A 2004 British law places restrictions on how hunters can pursue foxes. Andrea Leadsom, one of the candidates for prime minister, wants to do away with them.
Conservative lawmakers chose Home Secretary Theresa May and Energy Minister Andrea Leadsom to fight for leadership of the country's governing party.
European and North American popular opinion is pro-NATO, despite some officials' misgivings about the 67-year-old alliance.
A study by The Forum on Education Abroad shows that students studying abroad are 2.18 times less likely to die than students who remain on American campuses.
The US sanctioned North Korean leader Kim Jong Un for the first time on Wednesday over his 'notorious abuses of human rights.'
The law comes after hundreds of women said they were sexually assaulted and robbed on New Year's Eve in Cologne, Germany.
Taiwan braces itself for a super typhoon, expected to make landfall early Friday morning. Scientists warn that typhoons will intensify in coming years.
As stolen company information is turning up for sale on the Dark Web, analysts say the insider threat is creating a security nightmare for companies with sensitive and proprietary data.
Militants attacked police at Bangladesh's largest Eid celebration, continuing the country's intensifying trend of extremist violence days after a deadly attack in Dhaka.
The 2.6 million-word Chilcot report about the British role in the invasion of Iraq was released Wednesday following a seven-year inquiry.
The plans for hundreds of new housing units in West Bank settlements and neighborhoods in the eastern part of Jerusalem were advanced days after the release of a report denouncing Israeli expansion.
Judge Thokozile Masipa called the former Olympian a 'fallen hero' as she sentenced him Wednesday for manslaughter in the murder of his girlfriend.