King Charles III is marking his 75th birthday Tuesday by highlighting causes close to his heart, a day that’s been typical of his first 14 months on the throne.
Four men were charged Monday over the theft of an 18-carat gold toilet from Blenheim Palace, the sprawling English country mansion where British wartime leader Winston Churchill was born.
Climate activists took hammers to a famous painting in London on Monday while calling for the U.K. to stop new oil and gas projects in the country.
As of Friday morning, 11 Americans were unaccounted since beginning of Israel-Hamas war.
A Delta pilot allegedly had to make an emergency landing back to the origin city when a passenger's loose bowels resulted in diarrhea all the way through the plane. A supposed snippet of the pilot's call was shared on social media.
An Air Canada passenger claims that two of her fellow travelers were recently escorted off a plane because they refused to sit on vomit-covered seats for a five-hour flight.
A neurosurgeon investigating a woman’s mystery symptoms in an Australian hospital says she plucked a wriggling worm from the patient’s brain. Surgeon Hari Priya Bandi was performing a biopsy through a hole in the 64-year-old patient’s skull at Canberra Hospital last year when she used forceps to pull out the parasite, which measured 8 centimeters, or 3 inches.
A Us Marine Corps aircraft crashed on a north Australian island Sunday, killing three Marines and injuring 20 during a multination training exercise.
Russia’s military damaged a U.S. drone that was flying over Syria on Sunday after a Russian fighter jet flew "dangerously close" and launched flares at the unmanned aircraft, hitting its propeller, U.S. officials said. U.S. Air Forces Central said Tuesday that the incident took place as the U.S. MQ-9 Reaper, an unmanned aerial vehicle, was on a mission against ISIS forces.
In both cases, the Iranian naval vessels backed off after the U.S. Navy responded, and both commercial ships continued their voyages.
Israel withdrew troops from a West Bank militant stronghold Wednesday, but warned that its most intense military operation in the occupied territory in nearly two decades could be repeated.
The researchers said that 33 diseases not previously established as alcohol-related were identified as higher risk – such as gastric ulcers and gout.
A yellow flag-level two advisory was issued urging travelers heading to the Caribbean hotspot to "exercise increased caution."
Passengers aboard the cruise ship Carnival Sunshine were left distressed as large waves churned up by a powerful storm off the Southeast coast pounded the vessel, delaying its return from the Bahamas over the Memorial Day weekend.
King Charles III has been crowned at Westminster Abbey, the final mile of a seven-decade journey from heir to monarch.
Optimism declared about declining deaths, though WHO falls short of declaring end of emergency now.
Someone claiming to be the Mexican drug cartel allegedly responsible for the abduction of four Americans and the killing of two of them has condemned the violence and purportedly turned over its own members who were involved to authorities.
Four U.S. citizens have been kidnapped after gunmen opened fire on their vehicle in the northern Mexico border city of Matamoros, the FBI said.
Some of Venice's secondary canals have practically dried up due a prolonged spell of low tides linked to a lingering high-pressure weather system.
The Terraces estate is located on the small private island of Mustique, where Princess Margaret once built a villa and serves as a private hideaway for the rich and famous.