Two Canadian law firms filed a suit Thursday against the companies that own the website Ashley Madison, which was the target of a massive data breach that released information on millions of users.
Sweet Briar's feel-good story is being watched closely in higher education circles. The school's rescue is being celebrated as an inspiration for other suffering but scrappy liberal arts colleges, even as its long-term viability remains uncertain.
Macedonia closed its border to Greece, leaving thousands stranded, on the same day Italy reported rescuing a record-setting number of migrants from the sea off Libya.
Friday’s attack on a train traveling from Amsterdam to Paris has drawn attention to the potential terror threat facing rail networks.
The National Zoo is one of only four zoos nationwide to have pandas, which are on loan from China, and its cubs are the only ones born in the United States this year.
As middle-class incomes and aspirations rise around the world, travelers are discovering new and unexpected ways to spend their vacations, both near and far.
A chemical plant explosion in Shandong province Saturday injured at least nine people. After years of corruption, how many buildings in China store explosive chemicals in residential areas?
ISIS leader Fadhil Ahmad al-Hayali was a primary coordinator for moving large amounts of weapons, explosives, vehicles, and people between Iraq and Syria, say White House officials.
A turnaround seemed to occur Saturday as high-level officials from North and South Korea met – the first such meeting in nearly a year. But some say a resolution to the current dispute may not come quickly.
Washington officials say more than 3,000 people responded to the call for volunteers to fight the wildfires raging across the state.