A new species of deep-sea worm that lives in extreme hot and cold environments on the ocean floor has been named after a marine scientist from Trinidad and Tobago
Paraguay’s attorney general has launched a criminal investigation into U.S. allegations that a former Paraguayan president and the current vice president were involved in corruption and had ties to terrorists
Germany's foreign minister has urged North Macedonia’s leaders to deliver on a pledge to amend the country’s constitution needed to speed up its path toward European Union membership
Taiwan says it has recalled its ambassador to Honduras amid moves by the Central American country to establish formal diplomatic ties with China
The World Health Organization says the death toll from Tropical Cyclone Freddy, which ravaged Madagascar, Malawi and Mozambique over the past two months, now stands at more than 600 people
The Finnish president has formally sealed the Nordic country’s historic bid to join NATO by signing into laws the required legal amendments needed for membership in the military alliance
Police in Montenegro say they have arrested Terraform Labs founder Do Kwon, who is wanted in South Korea in connection with a $40 billion crash of the firm’s cryptocurrency
Mozambican fans of deceased protest rapper Azagaia have vowed to keep marching in his honor, even though police violently dispersed demonstrations in Maputo and other cities last week
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has addressed lawmakers for the last time as Scottish leader
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has welcomed Belgium’s King Philippe and Queen Mathilda to the capital Pretoria, lauded the European country for its assistance to Africa during the COVID-19 pandemic
With US and Canada promoting different approaches to worsening crisis in Haiti, experts say question is 'what's next?'
Bipartisan support to ban the app has grown over concerns of Chinese government influence, spread of 'harmful content'.
The UK's central bank announces 11th consecutive interest rate increase as it focuses on fighting inflation.
Since the Taliban's takeover in 2021, only girls aged 12 and under have been allowed to go to school.
Electric vehicles are critical to addressing the climate crisis but improvements are needed to their technology.
Senegalese communities battle with climate-driven rising sea levels that disrupt habitats and threaten livelihoods.
Conservative groups are trying to restrict availability or ban books covering topics such as race and gender identity.
Nnamdi Kanu's family argued in court that he was a victim of extraordinary rendition from Kenya to Nigeria in June 2021.
French people are angry that the government is lifting the retirement age, and doing so without a parliamentary vote.
Nearly 100 applicants who applied for protective visas after working with US forces in Iraq remain in limbo.
Security guards fight off the man in Tampa, Florida, possibly preventing a mass shooting, police say.
World Athletics has banned transgender female athletes from competing in the female category at international events.
The young animal is unharmed after trotting around some residential streets.
The Israeli PM's trip comes as divisions deepen over a judicial plan and fears grow in the West Bank.
Video shows the two-year-old animal eventually being tranquilised by rescue workers and returned.
Terry Sanderson is suing Hollywood actress Gwyneth Paltrow over an accident in Utah in 2016.
Unusual weather plaguing southern California continues with a tornado touching down in Montebello.
The Ukrainian stronghold where, despite months of vicious attacks, the Russians have gained just 10 metres.
MPs vote to stop the attorney general from being able to declare a leader unfit, as protests continue.
The actress is being sued for damages following a skiing collision in 2016.
COVID infections are low to nonexistent in several countries, where life looks practically normal. Some people even occasionally forget there’s a pandemic going on. View Entire Post ›
On Tuesday, Oxford became the first team leading a coronavirus vaccine trial to publish its results in a peer-reviewed journal, but scientists have questions about how the trials were conducted. View Entire Post ›
“The report does not make a coherent argument why microwaves should be involved,” one critic said. View Entire Post ›
Critics have been asking American tech companies to apply the same standards to the rest of the world as they do to the US. It might finally be happening. View Entire Post ›
In a lush countryside idyll known for its horse farms and fields of yellow flowers, China built a system of total control. View Entire Post ›
Coronavirus vaccines will be equivalent of liquid gold to organized crime networks, according to global police agency Interpol. View Entire Post ›
Vaccination in the UK will begin next week and healthcare workers will likely be first in line. View Entire Post ›
Although the company said it was shutting down, Facebook continues to track its former employees. View Entire Post ›
Yep, there's no way I'm sleeping tonight. View Entire Post ›
Turbulence is... fun!? View Entire Post ›
The government in Turkey is working hard to meet the needs of millions of earthquake victims. Sadly, some victims are falling through the cracks. That's where CBN's Operation Blessing comes in.
China represents the world's number one challenge of the 21st century. That warning comes from the head of America's Office of Naval Intelligence as the Communist nation builds its military might across the Pacific. The tiny island of Taiwan finds itself in Beijing's crosshairs with continued signs of a possible Chinese invasion.
TAIPEI, Taiwan – China represents the world's number one challenge of the 21st century. That warning comes from the head of America's Office of Naval Intelligence as the Communist nation builds its military might across the Pacific. The tiny island of Taiwan finds itself in Beijing's crosshairs with continued signs of a possible Chinese invasion.
More than two billion people around the world don't have access to safe drinking water. So Wednesday, March 22 has been named World Water Day to draw attention to this critical global need.
Armed militants in Nigeria have murdered 27 Christians in the lead-up to elections there.
A Calgary pastor was arrested for the second time on March 15 for protesting a drag queen story hour event at a public library.
A professor at a Bible college in the U.K. has been fired for tweeting that homosexuality “is invading the church.”
An American aid worker held by Islamic extremists in West Africa for more than six years and a French journalist abducted almost two years ago were both freed Monday, authorities said.
Chinese President Xi Jinping landed in Russia on Monday for a three-day visit becoming the first major world leader to visit the country since President Vladimir Putin invaded Ukraine last year. The meeting between the two leaders comes just after the International Criminal Court (ICC) issued an arrest warrant for Putin on alleged war crimes focusing on the deportation of thousands of Ukrainian children to Russia.
Chinese leader Xi Jinping is due to meet Vladimir Putin in Moscow in a political boost for the isolated Russian president after the International Criminal Court charged him with war crimes in Ukraine. Xi’s government gave no details of what the Chinese leader hoped to accomplish in his visit that starts Monday. Xi and Putin declared they had a “no limits friendship” before last February’s attack on Ukraine, but China has tried to portray itself as neutral in the conflict.
Prosecutors say nine men allegedly earned about $246,000 from the subscription-based website streaming the extreme body modifications.
Authorities say Pollock may have given the large painting to Hollywood star Lauren Bacall before it ended up in the late dictator Nicolae Ceausescu's collection.
Researchers have called it a big, beautiful species.
The senior prosecutor in the case said the couple involved, along with a U.K. doctor found guilty alongside them, had shown utter disregard for the victim's welfare.
Russian missiles struck an apartment building in Zaporizhia on Wednesday, killing at least one civilian, while in a town south of the capital Kyiv, a drone attack on a high school and two dormitories and a college left at least nine people dead and seven injured. Ramy Inocencio reports.
The Seoul Children's Grand Park said it would carryout a thorough investigation to prevent any future escapes.
Paris' main airport and many trains across the country were disrupted and hundreds of schools blockaded as polls show the leader suffering politically for his moves.
The site where the bones were found was once home to a hub for Nazi scientists during World War II, including Josef Mengele, notorious for his experiments on prisoners in the Auschwitz concentration camp.
The bill approved by lawmakers would even make family members vulnerable to imprisonment for failing to report loved ones.
We'll never know for sure what 'Oumuamua was -- we lost our chance, said the co-author of the new study.
TikTok CEO Shou Zi Chew told U.S. lawmakers that China-based employees at its parent company ByteDance may still have access to some U.S. data from the app.
China's relationship with Russia is causing unease and division in the European Union.
Protesters marched around the country and strikes hit various sectors as Emmanuel Macron's televised interview failed to calm tensions.
OpenAI CEO Sam Altman says the company fixed a vulnerability that meant some users were able to see the titles of chats from other users.
TikTok CEO Shou Zi Chew will testify before the House Energy and Commerce Committee this morning, as his company fights to stave off a potential ban in the U.S.
Ethereum co-founder Joseph Lubin pushed back on the claim ether is a security Wednesday, saying he was very confident it wasn't one.
The Bank of England on Thursday hiked interest rates to their highest level since 2008 as it grapples with persistent high inflation.
Switzerland has approved plans to legalize the sale and consumption of cannabis in Zurich in a trial designed to assess the economic and social benefits of regulating the drug.
Several European countries have announced new LNG projects or the expansion to existing ones in response to shutdown of Russian gas pipelines.
In her striking images of the Faroe Islands, a remote archipelago between Iceland and her native Norway, photographer Andrea Gjestvang depicts islanders and livelihoods that are as tough and unforgiving as the windswept landscape.
LaLiga has filed a complaint to a Barcelona court after Real Madrid star Vinícius Jr. was racially abused during El Clásico at the Camp Nou on Sunday.
Hungary says it would not arrest Russian president Vladimir Putin if he entered the country, despite the International Criminal Court (ICC) issuing an arrest warrant for him last week, accusing him of illegally deporting hundreds of children from Ukraine.
Bollywood fans have been left without access to hundreds of their favorite tunes on Spotify because of a licensing dispute.
People who are vaccinated or who take Paxlovid during a Covid-19 infection have a lower risk of developing long Covid, new research shows.
Progressives may be eager to see former President Donald Trump potentially fingerprinted and told he has the right to remain silent. But let's be clear — no one knows how the possible criminal charges against Trump will play out politically. Or even if prosecutors in New York, Georgia and Washington, DC will ultimately obtain indictments against the former president.
Five mischievous boys had to be rescued from a Staten Island sewer system on Tuesday after they crawled into a tunnel, ventured deep inside and then got lost, according to the New York City Fire Department.
An American Idol contestant has called out judge Katy Perry for a joke that is being slammed as mom shaming.