If polls are accurate, Rodrigo Duterte is poised to win the Philippines' presidential election Monday, and with his rhetorical attacks on the ruling elite and vulgar speeches, the mayor has been compared to Donald Trump.
Even with sustained firefighting efforts, the wildfire that has claimed hundreds of miles of Albertan land and displaced thousands across the region could still burn for months in the absence of a 'significant rain event,' officials say.
One Afghan boy overcomes tragedy in a tale of resilience and Austrian hospitality.
The CIA station chief — the agency’s top operative in Pakistan — was abruptly pulled from the country in 2011 amid suspicions that he has been poisoned by the Pakistani ISI.
In the 'Pass the Bag' campaign, people can send clothes to a San Francisco-based program that sells the clothing online and gives 40 percent of the proceeds to the Malala Fund.
Pope Francis' strong exhortation of unity and welcome to Europe comes as the continent's leaders wonder whether the crisis-ridden European Union can be saved.
Paying ransoms to cybercriminals who hijack computers only encourages the scourge of ransomware, which organizations and individuals can prevent by simply backing up their data.
The European activist whose case against Facebook led to a transatlantic rift over privacy regulations is forming a new data protection watchdog.
The Scottish National Party's win may reignite the debate over independence from Britain, analysts say, especially if Britain votes to exit the EU come June 23.
The global mining giant has finally reached agreement with the Mongolian government over expansion of the vast Oyu Tolgoi mining venture.