Pope Francis undergoes intestinal surgery, to remain at hospital for several days
Pope Francis was admitted to the hospital Wednesday to repair a hernia in his intestine, the latest malady to befall the 86-year-old pontiff who had part of his colon removed two years ago.
Climate activists spray-paint private plane in Germany
Local news outlets reported that Germany’s Left Party chairman Martin Schirdewan called for a ban on private jets flying to Sylt.
Scantily clad 'witches' caught munching on deer carcass in bizarre security cam footage
A nurse and nature lover in Canada reportedly captured footage of what she said appeared to be "two witches holding a carcass-eating ritual" with a camera she set up near her home.
Haiti rocked by 4.9 magnitude earthquake leaving at least 4 dead, dozens injured
An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 4.9 struck southern Haiti early Tuesday, killing at least four people and injuring 36 others, authorities said.
Prince Harry testifies in UK court against tabloids accused of phone hacking
The 38-year-old son of King Charles III is the first senior British royal since the 19th century to face questioning in a court.
43 WWII veterans honored with free trip to Normandy for D-Day anniversary
This trip of a lifetime is underway for these heroic American veterans, who received quite an emotional send-off at the Atlanta airport.
Remembering D-Day: A closer look at one of WWII's most chaotic and pivotal battles
The Battle of Normandy, often referred to as D-Day and codenamed "Operation Overlord," has been described by historians as a major turning point for the Allied forces in World War II. Here's what happened.
Robert Hanssen, ex-FBI agent who spied for Soviet Union, Russia, found dead in prison cell
Hanssen, 79, was found unresponsive at the Federal Correctional Complex in Florence, Colorado, around 6:55 a.m. Monday, a BOP spokesperson said.
Gas prices could spike after Saudi Arabia oil production cut
According to AAA, drivers are currently paying an average of $3.55 for a gallon of regular gasoline. That is more than $1 lower than a year ago.
What is 'chroming'? The deadly social media trend on TikTok
Several people have lost their lives due to “chroming," but yet it is becoming more popular on social media.
Happy birthday: France's spectacular abbey Mont-Saint-Michel turns 1,000
Legend has it that the archangel Michael appeared in 708, instructing the bishop of nearby Avranches to build him a church on the rocky outcrop.
Prince Harry a no-show on 1st day of phone hacking trial with British tabloid
Prince Harry's lawyer said he wouldn't be available to testify following opening statements on Monday because he took a flight from Los Angeles on Sunday after the birthday of his 2-year-old daughter.
Official: Nearly 80 schoolgirls in Afghanistan poisoned, hospitalized
Nearly 80 girls were poisoned and hospitalized in two separate attacks at their primary schools in northern Afghanistan, a local education official said Sunday.
India train accident caused by error with signaling system, railway official says
An error in the electronic signaling system led a train to wrongly change tracks and crash into a freight train, officials in India said. More than 270 people were killed and hundreds more were hurt.
Spectator dies from fall during Argentinian soccer match
A spectator died from a fall at Estadio Monumental during an Argentine Primera Division match between River Plate and Defensa y Justicia on Saturday.
Natalee Holloway case update: Joran van der Sloot moved to new prison ahead of extradition
The chief suspect in the unsolved 2005 disappearance of American student Natalee Holloway is being transferred to a prison near Peru’s capital Saturday.
Washington won't stand for 'coercion and bullying' from China, US defense secretary says
“To be clear, we do not seek conflict or confrontation,” he said. “But we will not flinch in the face of bullying or coercion.”
More than 280 killed, 900 hurt after 2 trains derail in India
Two passenger trains derailed in India, killing more than 280 people and trapping hundreds of others inside more than a dozen damaged rail cars.
Jordan's crown prince marries scion of Saudi family
Jordan’s crown prince has married the scion of a prominent Saudi family in a palace celebration attended by royals and other VIPs from around the world.
45 bags with human remains found by Mexican authorities on outskirts of Guadalajara
Authorities in northern Mexican have found 45 bags containing human remans in a gorge on the outskirts of Guadalajara and were still trying to determine how many bodies were there.