Richard Murray choked back tears on Wednesday as he surveyed the charred remains of his mechanic's workshop and home of 50 years in the small Texas Panhandle town of Canadian.
Prince Harry plans to mount an appeal after he lost his legal challenge against a government decision to take away his police protection when he is in Britain.
South Korea's fertility rate, already the world's lowest, continued its dramatic decline in 2023, as women concerned about their careers and the financial cost decided to delay childbirth or to not have babies.
The US has cautioned Pacific Islands nations against assistance from Chinese security forces after reports that Chinese police are working in Kiribati, a neighbour of Hawaii.
Victorians have been told to flee fire danger zones while they still can before catastrophic and extreme conditions descend on the state.
An Australian photographer said he was punched by Taylor Swift's father on a wharf on Sydney Harbour early this morning after her final Sydney concert, prompting a police investigation.
Flight control engineers expect to lose contact with the private US moon lander Odysseus on Tuesday, cutting short the mission five days after its sideways touchdown.
Tens of thousands of Victorians are on alert for bushfire danger and 100 schools shut as the Australian state braces for potentially catastrophic weather conditions.
The families of two missing men have made a heartbreaking journey to a rural property where the bodies of their sons were found.
Russian opposition politician Alexei Navalny was "killed" because he was close to being freed in a prisoner swap and President Vladimir Putin couldn't tolerate him being released, a close ally alleges.
Scientists in Australia have made a breakthrough discovery that could lead to a new treatment for severe asthma, a disease that has limited remedy options.
A US military service member who had set himself on fire outside the Israeli Embassy in Washington in an apparent act of protest against the war in Gaza, has died.
Russia is preparing a new offensive against Ukraine starting in late May or summer, but Kyiv has a clear battlefield plan of its own, President Volodymyr Zelenskiy says.
An "innocent friend" of a police officer charged with the murder of a Sydney couple unknowingly assisted him when he allegedly disposed of their bodies, detectives say.
More than half of Victoria is on high alert for extreme bushfire conditions as crews make inroads on a wild blaze in the Australian state's west.
US and British forces have carried out strikes against more than a dozen Houthi targets in Yemen, officials say, the latest round of military action against the Iran-linked group.
Divers have scoured a waterway on the New South Wales north coast as the search continues for the bodies of a young couple who police believe were murdered in Sydney's east.
Florida's Republican-controlled legislature has passed legislation that would ban anyone under age 16 from social media platforms.