Mothers in Saudi Arabia can now retain custody of their children after divorce without filing lawsuits, according to Saudi Information Ministry the kingdom is breaking ranks with several other countries in the region that heavily favor male guardianship.
Oskar Groening, the death camp guard known as the “bookkeeper of Auschwitz,” died on Friday — before he was able to start his four-year prison sentence, according to multiple reports Monday. He was 96.
The total number of F-1 student visas issued by the US fell by 17% from 417,728 in 2016 to 393,573. Indians accounted for the largest drop— from 65,257 in 2016 to 47,302 in 2017.
Kim Jong Un wants to sign a peace treaty after meeting with U.S. President Donald Trump, South Korean media reported, reviving a long-held goal of the North Korean regime.
Punxsutawney Phil has seen his shadow. According to the Groundhog Day tradition, we’re in for six more weeks of winter.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is dramatically downsizing its epidemic prevention activities in 39 out of 49 countries because money is running out, U.S. government officials said.
An Amtrak train carrying Republican lawmakers to their annual policy retreat crashed into a large truck in rural Virginia on Wednesday, killing one of the truck’s passengers.
Sears Holdings on Wednesday laid off 220 employees primarily at the company’s corporate headquarters in Hoffman Estates, Illinois, effective immediately.
After 35 years on the books, the longest-standing video game record is no more. After months of debate, forum posts, and evidence provided by multiple sources, the fastest completion time for Atari 2600 racing game, Dragster, has been thrown out.
Dozens of parasitic worms were found burrowing in the feet of a young Canadian couple after a recent trip to the Dominican Republic.