There was a second night of heavy bloodshed this week in an intensification of President Rodrigo Duterte's fierce war on drugs and crime. Although the violence has been criticized by much of the international community, Filipinos largely support the campaign.
Britain said there must be no border posts or electronic checks between Northern Ireland and the Irish republic after Brexit, and it committed itself to maintaining the longstanding, border-free Common Travel Area covering the UK and Ireland.
The rally over the past weekend of what is believed to be the largest gathering of white supremacists in a decade in Charlottesville, Va., prompted another Southern city to take down its Confederate statues without delay.
Despite campaign promises from President Trump to expand school choice, national support for charter schools has dwindled – something researchers say can't be linked solely to the current administration.
Scientists have seen a decrease in lightning-related injuries with farming and other outdoor occupations becoming less prevalent. But perhaps the biggest reason deaths are down is because of efforts to teach people not to get hit in the first place.
Republican candidates rush to fill the senate seat left open by Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Alabama has long served as a GOP mainstay but will growing opposition to the president open a path for democrats?
The departure of rebels from a group called Saraya Ahl al-Sham will leave an Islamic State enclave as the last militant stronghold straddling the border near the Lebanese town of Arsal, which is home to tens of thousands of refugees.