Kanye West, in first event since announcing bid for US president, criticises Harriet Tubman at Charleston rally
West delivered a lengthy monologue, touching on topics from abortion and religion to international trade and licensing deals.
In US, African-American protesters send out a powerful message of reform by dressing in their 'Sunday-best'
Almost every protest movement has its visual signifiers: images etched in the collective memory that crystallize the causes for which they were fought.
Space is the final frontier that man continues to explore and study, from the first man on the Moon to a rover on Mars.
'Don't relish doing this but have no choice': House Judiciary charges US attorney general with contempt after Trump blocks access to Mueller report
Donald Trump invokes the principle of executive privilege, intensifies the dispute between Democrats and Republicans over Mueller report.
Mike Pence to discuss ways to oust President Nicolas Maduro with Venezuelan Opposition; US avoids talk of military action
The US is planning new ways to pressure Venezuela’s Nicolas Maduro to give up power to provide assistance to people after a failed effort to deliver aid
Car bomb attack at Colombia police cadet training academy leaves 21 dead; government declares three days of mourning
The bomber – who authorities confirmed was killed in the attack – struck at Colombia's General Francisco de Paula Santander Officer's School in the south of Bogota during a promotion ceremony for cadets
NASA also conducted nine manned missions and is planning for a human return to the Moon.
Decision to revoke work permits to H-4 visa holders likely within 3 months, Trump administration tells court
The Donald Trump administration Saturday told a federal court that its decision to revoke work permits to H-4 visa holders, who are primarily spouses of H-1B workers, a significant majority of whom are Indian-Americans and women, is expected within the next three months
'It looked like Armageddon:' Series of gas explosions near Boston leaves at least 10 injured, sets ablaze 39 homes
A series of gas explosions one official described as "Armageddon" left at least 10 people injured and ignited fires in at least 39 homes in three communities north of Boston on Thursday, forcing entire neighbourhoods to evacuate as crews scrambled to fight the flames and turn off gas and electric lines to prevent further damage.
Canada passes bill for nationwide legalisation of cannabis, becomes second country in world to make sale of marijuana legal
Canada’s Senate gave final passage on Tuesday to the federal government’s bill to legalize cannabis, though Canadians will have to wait at least a couple of months to legally buy marijuana as their country becomes the second in the world to make pot legal nationwide.
Jim Mattis says Donald Trump wants military parade in Washington, leaves options open for another location
US defence secretary Jim Mattis said on Thursday he believed President Donald Trump wants Washington, DC, to be the setting for a parade to honour the US military but left open the possibility that it could be staged elsewhere.
Amtrak passenger train collides with parked freight carrier in US' South Carolina: 2 killed, 116 injured in accident
An Amtrak passenger train travelling on the wrong track collided with a parked CSX Corp freight train in South Carolina on Sunday.
At least two people were killed and 70 more were injured when a train carrying 139 passengers collided with a freight train in the eastern US state of South Carolina, local police said.
Seven astronauts, including Israeli astronaut Ilan Ramon, died on 1 February 2003, when Columbia shattered just minutes before a Florida touchdown
India’s finance minister is playing up the country’s latest political hot potato - a (slowing) economy as a big win for speedy reforms, a cleaner political funding system and pushed back against those in "civic society who have only problems for every solution.”
Celebrated right-wing professor Jagdish M Bhagwati fired a fresh salvo against Nobel laureate and bête noire Amartya Sen.
FIFA 2018 World Cup qualifiers: Argentina's draw, Chile's loss puts qualification of both teams in jeopardy
Argentina and Chile's World Cup qualification hopes were left on a knife edge after the South American heavyweights slipped up once again on the road to Russia.
A police officer was injured on Monday in an attack on a United Nations mission monitoring the disarming of FARC rebels in Colombia
Colombia's leftist FARC rebel force has declared its disarmament complete after half a century of war against the state, bringing an end to Latin America's oldest armed guerrilla force.
Two Indian cities – Mumbai and Kota – have been named among the world's most crowded in a list topped by Dhaka, said World Economic Forum (WEF) citing UN Habitat data.