Aretha Franklin's nephew has described her as being in good spirits and says he believes his aunt will "pull through", days after she was said to be gravely ill.
If we were shocked by our first sighting of the Morandi Bridge - as we approached it after a fast deployment from Brussels - it's hard to imagine how the people who had lived with the landmark for decades feel.
A rescue ship carrying 141 migrants has arrived in Malta after a five-day dispute over where it should be able to dock.
A transgender woman has moved a step closer to becoming the first transgender governor in US history after she won Vermont's primary election.
Prime Minister Viktor Orban joins a growing roster of right-wing or euroskeptic leaders in Europe to have secured President Trump’s backing.
As the death toll climbed in Italy, demands mounted to hold someone accountable for the failure of the Morandi Bridge.
A US study has tested out a suspicious object detection system based on ordinary wi-fi.
Gunmen shot at the car of Veracruz lawmaker-elect Norma Azucena Rodríguez Zamora and abducted her.
Letters and packages from as far as 2010 arrive in the West Bank after they are released by Israel.
The death toll is now 39 and questions are being asked about whether safety clues were ignored.
Christine Hallquist, a Democrat, takes a major step to becoming the first transgender state governor.
The militants accuse the humanitarian group of failing to improve conditions for jailed Taliban.
President Moon Jae-in said the Koreas should link their railways and set up joint economic zones, provided the North takes real steps toward giving up nuclear weapons.
A family of three who were driving to Sardinia for a holiday were reportedly among those killed in a bridge collapse in Genoa, Italy.
Muriel Pénicaud has one of the toughest jobs around: overseeing a revamp of France’s voluminous labor code.
Ankara says the rises were ordered after "attacks on the Turkish economy" by the US.
A Briton was stabbed to death in New York by a woman who wanted to "rid her house of evil", police say.
Gugu was accepted by the prestigious university after its owner says she was "reluctant to cook it".
Leaders across Australia’s political spectrum condemned Senator Fraser Anning, who later said he had not meant to invoke Nazi language.
What can a look at the numbers tell us about Madonna and her career?
The InfoWars conspiracy theorist is reported to have posted a link to a video that broke Twitter's rules.
In the northwestern state of Zamfara, bandit groups are pretty much in charge. The official response has been lackluster.
A teenager from Arizona has made a miraculous recovery after being struck by a bolt of lightning which stopped his heart.
One man told Judge Sarah Backus he "wished her throat were slit" after she bailed five abuse suspects.
The mammal was freed in an operation led by the Chilean Navy.
An ancient bronze statue of Buddha, stolen from an Indian museum 60 years ago is to be returned to the country after being spotted at a London antiques fair.
Investigations point to a corrupt court syndicate keeping rhino killers beyond the reach of the law.
For more than a decade, an India postman chose to dump mail in the store room rather than the letter box.
Senator Fraser Anning is condemned for using the Holocaust-associated term in an immigration debate.
The government wants the cars off the roads until they have been safety checked by BMW.
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