Foreign-born students now make up 6 percent of the total US public school population. Experts say schools can be a place for integration.
Iranians headed to the polls Friday for the final round of an election cycle that has already seen moderate and reform candidates make a strong showing.
A Korean-American businessman, Kim Dong Chul, has been sentenced to 10 years of hard labor in North Korea. He is one of six foreigners being held by North Korea.
The Giants Club Summit in Kenya brings leaders from across Africa together to share anti-poaching tactics for elephants and rhinos.
Chinese President Xi Jinping made the remarks while addressing regional foreign ministers on Thursday. Did his words represent a shift in policy?
With many people struggling to pay rent, a surprising solution could be as close as the nearest port. But shipping-container housing is a sore subject for some local governments.
An online group claiming Islamic State ties threatened 3,600 New Yorkers and distributed their personal information last week on a secure messaging app.
The Kenyan government says that burning a large stockpile of ivory will show the world that it is committed to ending the ivory demand. But some advocates for elephants argue that destroying ivory only increases its value.
As President Nicolas Máduro has introduced aggressive rationing efforts, residents and opposing politicians have increasingly called for his ouster.
Almost 370,000 families across the US have taken part in Cooking Matters' programs, which are part of the national No Kid Hungry campaign.
The arts collective known as SETUP built a detailed catalog of the population in the Netherlands based on open data sources. The information it collected proved so revealing that making it public would violate privacy laws.