An Islamic State suicide bomber has struck on the road to a Shiite shrine in Afghanistan's capital, killing at least 31 people as Afghans celebrated the Persian new year
When a councilman wanted to remove the homeless from Windsor ahead of the royal wedding, one charity decided to use the wedding to support them. Keri Lumm shares the story.
A Russian foreign ministry official at a briefing for foreign envoys says Moscow fears that Britain could destroy key evidence in the ex-Russian spy's poisoning case
The head of the Vatican's communications department has resigned over a scandal about a letter from the retired pope that he mischaracterized in public and then had digitally manipulated in a photograph sent to the media
While meeting with Saudi Arabia's crown prince, President Donald Trump said he spoke with Russian President Vladimir Putin on the phone and that they will be meeting soon.
With Facebook in the news over concerns about user privacy and its impact on politics, splitting up with the social media giant isn’t as easy as you may think.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel is condemning the bombing of rebel-held eastern Ghouta and also calling the situation in the northern Syrian district of Afrin unacceptable
The European Union has unveiled new plans to make big tech companies pay more taxes in a move that would, if endorsed, hit online U.S. giants like Google and Facebook
An academic who developed an app used by Cambridge Analytica to harvest data from millions of Facebook users says he's being scapegoated in the fallout from the affair.
BMW says its profits this year will at least equal last year's results as the company sinks billions into developing electric and autonomous car technology to meet expected changes in how people get from one place to another