You see it as soon as your plane touches down in Havana -- in the decades of texture worn into a pastel wall, in a brightly colored car parked on a quiet city street, in an elderly woman with flowers…
From obliterated entrances to calendars frozen in time, Greece's abandoned factories recall much better economic times.
By Catherine Woods
Researchers set up 225 cameras across more than 400 square miles of the Serengeti region in northern Tanzania. The cameras captured it all from monkey selfies to a gazelle family portrait.
By Daniel Costa-Roberts
American Pharoah and jockey Victor Espinoza performed one of the sports world's rarest feats Saturday, winning the Belmont Stakes, the third and final race needed to clinch the elusive title of Triple Crown champion…
By News Desk
A branch of the Amazon River called the Rio Solimoes overflowed this week due to heavy rains and flooding, and rose high into the streets of Anama, in the Amazonas state of Brazil, according to Reuters.
By Ariel Min
In April, contestants competed at the International Gay Rodeo event in Little Rock, Arkansas, one of the key battleground states for the fight for equality and legalization of same-sex marriage.
Some schools in areas of Nepal that were hit by two powerful earthquakes on April 25 and May 12 reopened Sunday.
India’s annual pre-monsoon heat wave has been unusually severe this year. Near-record temperatures have persisted for weeks and the anxiously awaited monsoon rains that cool the country in early summer have not yet arrived.
Approximately 250 people gathered in front of the Islamic Community Center of Phoenix on Friday during evening prayers, carrying signs decrying Islam as well as Sharia law and terrorism.
By Colleen Shalby
Until last year, the Scripps National Spelling Bee hadn’t seen a tie for more than five decades. Last night's 88th championship marked the second year in a row that ended in a tie.
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