While it may not be good news for the people who live in the countries that will be economically affected by Brexit, for international travelers, it may bring a bit of financial relief.
Approximately half of Americans are concerned about the economy this election season, according to a new survey. Fifty-four percent of Democrats and 43 percent of Republicans believe that the overall economy is the top domestic issue facing the United States.
The New York City Council voted unanimously on Tuesday to pass a bill requiring public schools, homeless shelters, and jails to offer free menstrual products.
Why members of an elite Danish force patrol the rooftop of the world ... by dog sled.
Legislative discussion on limiting access to firearms by those suspected of terrorism has hit a standstill over issues of executive vs. judicial power and due process.
CIA Director John Brennan told Congress on Thursday that America has yet to contain the global reach of the Islamic State.
The Chan Zuckerberg Initiative plans to make its first major investment in a startup that links young Africans with American tech companies.
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.
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.
As the result of an unprecedented court ruling, one Oregon resident is now legally classified as neither male nor female.
State politicians and environmentalists in Michigan are applauding a new 30-year plan to protect surrounding freshwater from a variety of issues.