Gaza's ruling Hamas movement says it will not be cowed by threatened funding cuts, signaling escalating tensions between the militant group and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas
Far-right presidential candidate Marine Le Pen turned an appliance factory into a battleground for France's blue-collar vote, upstaging rival Emmanuel Macron with a surprise campaign stop at the plant threatened with closure
At least 25,000 people were displaced after fighting in the town of Kodok, according to a spokesman for the humanitarian group Doctors Without Borders, one day after the top UN official in South Sudan warned of a government offensive on the town
Ahead of an extraordinary White House briefing for senators, South Korea starts installing key parts of a contentious U.S. defense system against missiles from North Korea
Renters care more about streaming their favorite shows and surfing social media than clean clothes, according to a new survey from Comcast. Sean Dowling (@seandowlingtv) has more.
Turkey's main opposition party says it will challenge the outcome of the April 16 referendum on expanding the president's powers at the European Court of Human Rights
Researchers think they might be able to reset the body clock by targeting certain cells in the eye just by using eyedrops. But these eyedrops are a long way off.
Hundreds of mourners in Syria's capital have taken part in the funeral procession for more than 50 people killed in a car bomb attack that targeted government supporters being evacuated from a besieged area
Switzerland's oldest art museum says it is expecting to receive within weeks about 200 works from a vast trove that a German collector had squirreled away for decades