For the first time, a foreign national pleaded guilty to committing computer crimes in support of the terrorists' aims at a time when the US government is increasing efforts to confront the group online.
President Obama met with the Dalai Lama for the fourth time, angering Chinese officials who say the move could undermine US-China relations.
Prince William posed for the cover of the British gay magazine, Attitude, to speak out against bullying of LGBT youth.
New Zealanders mostly only eat avocados grown in New Zealand, and now thieves are taking advantage of the fruit's increased value.
NATO said Wednesday it will keep its bases in Afghanistan open and possibly extend its mission there, while US officials may postpone the withdrawal of thousands of troops planned for later this year.
Companies and countries often lack details about the food that disappears from the supply chain. The new standard is the first set of international definitions and reporting requirements for the problem.
Experts say both hacker crews have been spying on Western military and political targets for years, but only recently tied them to Russian intelligence agencies.
Iran announced a deal with Boeing to buy passenger planes, though the effort faces hurdles in the wake of remaining US sanctions. Some say it could warm relations between the US and Iran.
A Chinese observation ship tailed a US warship during joint military exercises near Chinese waters, according to the US and Japanese militaries.
Senior living centers are providing college students housing for free or reduced rates in exchange for them hanging out with the residents. One program just launched in Iowa.
23 of the 49 victims from the Orlando shooting were Puero Rican, leading family and friends on the island to start asking their own questions about terrorism, discrimination and gun rights in the US.
The Hindu Sera political group threw a birthday party for Donald Trump's 70th birthday.
Nine of out ten refugee children arriving in Italy are unaccompanied, according to UNICEF. Along the way, many are threatened with exploitation and sexual violence.
Fan violence after the Russia/England match in Euro 2016 has led UEFA to threaten both countries with disqualification if similar violence takes place again.
London's mayor says the subway is no place for advertisements that 'demean people, particularly women, and make them ashamed of their bodies.'
At its annual developer conference in San Francisco this week, privacy-enhancing technologies underpin many of the software updates that Apple announced to its operating systems.
NATO announced Monday they would send four multinational battalions to the Baltic states and Poland to bolster their defenses against Russia.