A Chinese court has ordered a man to pay his former wife more than $10,000 as compensation for housework she did during their five-year marriage.
Rock great Bruce Springsteen has been fined $US500 for consuming alcohol at a New Jersey beach, but had drunken driving and reckless driving charges dropped.
The World Health Organization's global vaccine-sharing scheme Covax has delivered its first Covid-19 shots as the race to inoculate the world's poorest people and tame the pandemic accelerates.
Police are seeking to determine what caused Tiger Woods to swerve off a California road in his SUV, hit a tree and roll down a hillside in an accident that left the golf great seriously injured.
Two people in a Queensland aged care home have been given four times the correct amount of the coronavirus vaccine.
French actor Gerard Depardieu was placed under formal investigation on charges of rape and sexual violence in December last year, a judicial source told Reuters on Tuesday.
Western Australian police are hunting for a man who had a swastika painted on his head when he allegedly attacked a woman with a flamethrower.
Britain's Prince Philip is getting a lot better, his youngest son said on Tuesday after Buckingham Palace said the 99-year-old husband of Britain's Queen Elizabeth would remain in hospital for...
Golf champion Tiger Woods was hospitalised in Los Angeles on Tuesday with severe leg injuries suffered when his car careened off a road and rolled down a hillside, requiring rescue crews to pry him...
NASA scientists have unveiled first-of-a-kind home movies of the daredevil Mars rover landing, vividly showing its supersonic parachute inflation over the red planet and a rocket-powered hovercraft lowering the science lab on wheels to the surface.
The EU is considering sanctions on Myanmar and the US has penalised two more generals for links to the military coup, as Western countries sought to press the junta to avoid a violent crackdown after weeks of protests.
The mother of an 11-year-old boy who died after they lost electricity in their Texas mobile home during last week's freeze has filed a $US100 million lawsuit against two power companies.
Damage to a fan blade in an engine that failed in a United Airlines Boeing 777-200 is consistent with metal fatigue, according to a preliminary assessment.
Facebook will restore Australian news pages after Canberra offered amendments to legislation that would force the tech giant to pay for media content, Treasurer Josh Frydenberg says.
The United States crossed the staggering milestone of 500,000 Covid-19 deaths just over a year to the day since the coronavirus pandemic claimed its first known US victims in Santa Clara County, California.
The Morrison government is facing intense scrutiny over how it handles sexual assault complaints after a fourth woman came forward alleging misconduct.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has unveiled a map out of lockdown for England that will keep some businesses shuttered until the northern summer.
French electronic music band Daft Punk are splitting up, ending a 28-year collaboration that spawned dance hits including "Around the World" and "One More Time."
A Te Anau couple are fearful for their friends in Myanmar who have told them the military has killed and injured many more protesters than previously known.