The brother of Manchester suicide bomber Salman Abedi has appeared in court and denied any involvement in the terror attack.
At least 23 people were feared dead in a suspected arson incident at an animation studio in the Japanese city of Kyoto on Thursday, an official for the Kyoto City Fire Department said.
Hong Kong's extradition bill demonstrations have mutated into a much bigger and more complex animal, ripping open old wounds and expanding a political fight as the city battens down for a summer of protests.
A woman who died of Ebola in the Democratic Republic of Congo may have taken the deadly disease into Rwanda, according to a Ugandan Health Ministry report published by the World Health Organization on Thursday.
Dozens of beachgoers and lifeguards battled to help a pod of pilot whales back into deeper waters after coming too close to the shore of the U.S. state of Georgia earlier this week, although authorities said that three of the animals had died.
Vodafone secured on Thursday antitrust approval from the European Union for its $22 billion bid to buy Liberty Global's cable networks in Germany and central Europe after offering concessions in May.
Doctors have warned of health risks from tons of garbage rotting in the Italian capital's streets during the summer's hot spells.
Oil edged lower Wednesday unable to shake off the downbeat mood of the last two days in response to a sharp rise in U.S. stockpiles of products like gasoline, pointing to weak demand during the summer driving season in the United States.
Iowa's Human Services Chief Jerry Foxhoven is a big Tupac Shakur fan. After he told 4,300 employees to mark Tupac's birthday, the governor ousted him. Foxhoven says he was fired for unrelated reasons.
Beating the market often has little to do with a bond fund manager’s skill, writes Mark Hulbert.
The factors are complicated, but they tie broadly back to America’s history of systemic racism
This isn’t this century’s version of Standard Oil.