Canadian and US officials are working on a plan to tackle asylum seekers crossing into Canada illegally, with American officials keen to discover how they entered the United States in the first...
Syrian government aircraft deliberately bombed a humanitarian convoy, killing 14 aid workers and halting relief operations, a UN war crimes report says.
Scientists have identified more than 200 minerals created as side-effects of human industries in a sign that mankind's imprint on the Earth is so deep that it marks a new geological epoch, a study says.
Britain's upper house of parliament has defeated Prime Minister Theresa May's government, voting for a change to her Brexit plan that says she can only trigger exit talks if she promises to protect the rights of EU citizens.
The White House says Kellyanne Conway, a senior aide to President Donald Trump, acted "inadvertently" when she publicly endorsed the clothing and jewellery line of Trump's daughter, Ivanka.
Uber's co-founder says it is time for him to "grow up" and get help after a video emerged showing him getting into an argument with a driver over pay rates.
President Donald Trump's new immigration order will remove Iraq from the list of countries whose citizens face a temporary US travel ban, the AP reported.
The two women accused of Kim Jong Nam's murder showed up to court in bullet-proof clothing.
Penguin Random House has landed a deal to publish two forthcoming books by former US President Barack Obama and the former first lady, Michelle Obama.
Kona craft beer was sued by two California shoppers who claim they were deceived into believing the beer was made in Hawaii, causing them to overpay for it.
YouTube will launch a $35-a-month TV service featuring US channels to encourage young viewers to pay.
A judge was asked to issue another life sentence to rebel group Shining Path founder Abimael Guzman for ordering a bombing that killed 25 people.
The fatal shooting of an Indian engineer and wounding of his co-worker at a Kansas bar is being investigated as a hate crime, the FBI say.
Islamic State militants are increasingly using "Mad Max"-styled vehicles for suicide bombing in the fight for the Iraqi city of Mosul.
Russia and China have vetoed a bid by Western powers to impose sanctions over accusations of chemical weapons attacks during the six-year Syrian conflict.
A police sharpshooter accidentally wounded two people as French President Francois Hollande was giving a speech in the south-west of France.
US President Donald Trump says Barack Obama's people are ''certainly behind'' protests and leaks to the media.
The "sheer intransigence" of the British government over Brexit could lead to a second Scottish independence referendum, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said, warning time was running out for the country to change course.
A Pentagon-led preliminary plan to defeat Islamic State was delivered to the White House and US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis was expected to brief senior administration officials.
An accountant for the Academy Awards botched the meticulous procedure for announcing the Oscar for best picture when he handed victory to "La La Land" before declaring "Moonlight" the real winner, PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) said.