U.K. prosecutors say a woman arranged a “medieval duel” to the death between her husband and her lover to win her affection.
An Australian woman was sentenced Tuesday to at least one year in prison for lying on her resume to land a $185,000 a year government job, according to a report.
The White House announced in a fiery letter Sunday night that President Trump and his lawyers won't participate in the House Judiciary Committee’s first impeachment hearing scheduled for Wednesday -- even accusing the panel's Democratic chairman, Jerry Nadler, of "purposely" scheduling the proceedings when Trump would be attending the NATO Leaders' Meeting in London.
South Korea on Wednesday fired warning shots at a North Korean merchant ship for allegedly crossing into the south’s sea boundary said, Seoul officials said.
Anti-government protesters in Iraq Tuesday blocked the country’s second largest commercial port, bringing commerce to a standstill as ongoing demonstrations against corruption continue.
Days of protests in Iran over increased fuel prices and the government’s subsequent crackdown have left at least 106 people dead, according to conservative estimates from Amnesty International.
The co-founder of the global circus company Cirque du Soleil has been detained in French Polynesia on drug trafficking charges for allegedly growing marijuana on his private island.
The Trump administration on Tuesday imposed sanctions on five Venezuelan officials for allegedly committing violence against opposition protesters or having benefitted from the "corrupt" government of Nicolás Maduro, according to the U.S. Treasury Department.
An 11-year-old Zimbabwean girl claims she wrestled a crocodile and gouged out its eyes to save her 9-year-old friend last week, according to a local report.
Sen. Mitt Romney, R-Utah, on Thursday slammed the Trump administration, calling the recently announced ceasefire between Turkey and Kurdish-led forces in Syria "far from a victory."
A caravan of roughly 2,000 migrants bound for the United States early Saturday was halted by Mexican authorities only a few hours into their journey, according to witnesses cited by Reuters.
A White House petition calling for the United States to recognize Taiwan as an independent country surpassed 100,000 signatures over the weekend, a threshold that will require an official response from the Trump administration within 60 days.
An animal shelter pulled 87 pets from a Pennsylvania home earlier this month after authorities deemed the house unfit for human occupancy, according to reports.
A Florida woman lost her arm and foot after getting off a private plane at Key West International Airport on Saturday, police said.
Iranian women will be allowed to enter a football stadium this week for the first time in nearly 40 years after pressure from soccer’s governing body FIFA forced Iran to lift its male-only policy, according to FIFA and state-run media.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom on Monday signed legislation allowing patients to buy HIV prevention pills without a doctor’s prescription.
EXCLUSIVE: Immediately after learning second-hand information from a White House official about President Trump’s July 25 phone call with the president of Ukraine, the first whistleblower wrote a dramatic personal memo, saying the White House official characterized the call as “crazy” and “frightening,” Fox News has learned.
At least 31 people in Iraq have been killed and hundreds more wounded after three days of clashing between anti-government demonstrators and Iraqi security forces.
A U.S. airman stationed in Germany was sentenced by a court-martial Thursday to five years in jail for using hidden cameras in his off-base house to record women who were his guests bathing or undressing while he was away, according to a report.
Some 20,000 people rallied in downtown Moscow on Sunday to demand the release of protesters who were jailed during a wave of opposition demonstrations this summer.