Suspect in Toronto van attack charged with murder, attempted murder after 10 die

(TORONTO) -- The 25-year-old Canadian man accused of mowing down pedestrians with a van in northern Toronto Monday has been charged with 10 counts of first-degree murder and 13 counts of attempted mur... Read More

New royal baby follows in footsteps of siblings Prince George, Princess Charlotte with newborn accessory

(LONDON) -- When Prince William and Princess Kate’s newborn made his debut outside a London hospital, he did so in a shawl steeped in royal history.

The baby, whose name has not yet been announced, was swaddled in a shawl made by G.H... Read More

Boy says he used parents' credit cards to go on Bali getaway after argument with mother

(SYDNEY) -- After getting into a fight with his mother, a 12-year-old boy apparently managed to hop on a plane and go on vacation to Bali using his parents' credit cards without them knowing.

"I wanted to go on an adventure," the boy told ... Read More

Critically endangered Mekong river dolphins start to show signs of a comeback

(NEW YORK) -- After decades of decline, the critically-endangered Mekong river dolphin has increased in population for the first time in a census released by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and the government of Cambodia.

One of just a few s... Read More

British royals Princess Kate, Prince William welcome a baby boy

(LONDON) -- Prince William and Princess Kate have welcomed a baby boy.

Kate, 36, delivered a son in the Lindo Wing at St. Mary's Hospital, Kensington Palace announced.

The newborn, the third child of William and Kate, weighed 8 ... Read More

Natalie Portman snubs $1 million award, blames Benjamin Netanyahu

(JERUSALEM) -- Natalie Portman has drawn ire from her native Israel after declaring to boycott receiving a $1 million award known as the "Jewish Nobel."

But the activist actress explained the rationale behind not attending the fete, for wh... Read More

'Obviously, Kim Jong Un has learned about public relations' with suspension of nuclear tests: Senator

(WASHINGTON) -- The top Republican on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee said North Korea's announcement that it is suspending nuclear testing shows that Kim Jong Un has “learned about public relations.”

 Sen. Bob Corker, ... Read More

North Korea says it is suspending nuclear tests ahead of much-anticipated talks

(SEOUL, South Korea) -- North Korean leader Kim Jong Un declared the country will be suspending its nuclear tests ahead of much-anticipated talks between the two Koreas next week, and the U.S. and North Korea sometime next month.

Kim announced... Read More

Queen Elizabeth's 92nd birthday: Royal family pulls out all the stops

(LONDON) -- The Royal Family paid tribute to Queen Elizabeth at a star-studded birthday party at Royal Albert Hall tonight -- where the likes of Sting, Sir Tom Jo... Read More

Four Palestinians killed, including teen boy and disabled man, by Israeli snipers in Gaza

(GAZA CITY) -- Four Palestinians, including a teenage boy and a disabled man, were killed Friday as Israeli soldiers opened fire across a fence dividing Israel and the blockaded Gaza Strip, officials said.

According to the Gaza Health Mini... Read More

Earth Day 2018: Everything you need to know

(NEW YORK) -- People around the world will come together this weekend to celebrate the planet and to take action to protect it.

Here's everything you need to know about Earth Day 2018.

When is Earth Day?

First ce... Read More