Amid a widening corruption scandal, Guatemalan lawmakers voted Tuesday to rescind President Otta Perez Molina's immunity from prosecution, opening him up to criminal charges.
The number of Amur leopards has more than doubled since hitting a low in 2007, researchers in Russia and China say.
Some refugees have found a new route to safety, crossing from Russia into Norway through the Arctic Circle.
Radio carbon dating of fragments of the world’s oldest Quran, found in Birmingham, England, in July, suggest the document could be older than the prophet Muhammad. Some Islamic scholars challenge the claim.
She’s helped change the lives of more than 300 at-risk youths in an impoverished neighborhood of San Francisco.
Priests will have the discretion to formally forgive women who have had abortions during the upcoming Catholic Church's Holy Year, Pope Francis announced Tuesday.
Authorities arrested a man on the Thai-Camboian border who is accused of being a main plotter and organizer of the Aug. 17 terror attack on a Hindu shrine in Bangkok.
Raids at two apartments in Bangkok led police to issue warrants for two more suspects in the bombing at a Hindu shrine that killed 20 people two weeks ago.