Floodwaters of the Coyote Creek that caught thousands of San Jose, California, residents off guard have begun to recede, but officials urge evacuees not to attempt to return to their homes yet.
The Washington Post has unveiled an innovative slogan aimed at enlightening its readers: Democracy Dies in Darkness.
South Korea will lodge an official protest with Japanese diplomats after Tokyo sent senior officials to the islands of Dokdo, promulgating the claim that Japan owns the archipelago.
Malaysian police officials plan to get a DNA sample from the son of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's half-brother Kim Jong Nam, killed earlier this month, media report.
The new Patriot Park, just outside Moscow, will include a scale-model replica of Berlin’s Reichstag building, to be used for teenagers to ‘attack,’ in reenactments of the 1945 Battle of Berlin.
On Wednesday Turkish defense officials said the country’s military will begin allowing women to wear headscarves with their uniforms, despite the country’s armed forces historically viewing themselves as secular institutions.
A high-profile study released on Tuesday through the World Health Organization suggests that in a little more than a decade the average life expectancy at birth for some people may break the 90-year barrier.
For the fourth year in a row, catastrophic bleaching has killed large swathes of Australia’s Great Barrier Reef. The bleaching, caused by sea temperature increases, has spread to new areas previously unaffected by the phenomenon.
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