World Sep 01Icelanders pledge to open their homes to Syrian refugees
More than 12,000 Icelanders are offering to help Syrian refugees after the government said it would only take in 50.
World Aug 28Greece swears in its first female prime minister
Greece saw its first female prime minister, Vassiliki Thanou, sworn in on Friday as the new head of the financially troubled nation’s caretaker government.
World Aug 26How a 22-year-old is sparking deadly riots in India
Riots broke out in Gujarat in West India Tuesday and today after 22-year-old Hardik Patel -- the man responsible for a protest movement -- was detained by police.
World Aug 24Ebola survivors experience lingering ailments
Of the roughly 13,000 Ebola survivors, The Associated Press reports that many are experiencing lingering effects even after beating the deadly virus.
World Aug 24Heroes from train attack receive France’s highest honor
Three Americans and a Briton who helped prevent a gunman’s attack on a high speed train in Paris were awarded France’s highest honor, Knights of the Legion of Honor.
Nation Aug 17Old Farmer’s Almanac predicts cold and snowy winter
Don’t say we didn’t warn you. The 2016 Old Farmer’s Almanac forecasts a harsh winter this year for most of the nation.