Global warming is causing spring to arrive early and autumn to come late in many places, and not all species are adapting at the same rate.
He became world-famous for whimsical stand-up shows. He has acted in Hollywood movies. And he just joined the governing body of Britain’s Labour Party.
Local enthusiasts have identified the car as a Daimler, possibly from the 1940s or 1950s.
Ex-Australia captain Steve Smith and batsman Cameron Bancroft say they will not contest their ball-tampering bans.
Russia's spy chief has claimed the Salisbury nerve agent attack was "staged" by Britain and the US, ahead of an emergency meeting of an international watchdog.
The 49-year-old was taken to hospital on Monday evening in Los Angeles.
The attacker, Nasim Aghdam, may have been angry with YouTube for filtering some of her videos.
A woman who shot three people before killing herself at YouTube HQ in California had accused the video sharing website of censorship and ranted about its "close-minded" staff.
The average Australian adult loses around $900 to gambling each year — more than double the rate of Americans — and electronic gaming machines are getting the blame.
It’s strange the things you miss when you move away.
A female suspect is dead and three people are wounded after an attack on the video streaming site's HQ.
Lawmakers unanimously voted to allow convictions for homosexual sex to be erased from criminal records.
Four US Marines are believed to have been killed in a helicopter crash in southern California.
The Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons is to meet later at Russia's request.
Prime Minister Viktor Orban is trumpeting economic improvements as he runs for re-election. But things aren’t quite as rosy as traditional measures suggest.
The father of a woman who shot three people at YouTube's headquarters has revealed he warned police she "hated" the company and might be heading there.
Australian police say they are investigating a complaint against an overseas team official.
The country’s top military laboratory has not established whether the nerve agent that poisoned a former double agent and his daughter came from Russia.
The missile strike came as Saudi-backed forces have been trying to expel the Houthis from their last urban coastal redoubts in Yemen.
Far from learning on the job or modifying his views, Mr. Trump is falling back on the familiar mix of belligerence and isolationism that fueled his campaign.
The Trump administration released a list of Chinese goods that it will subject to tariffs, including electronics, iron and steel plates, engines and optical scanners.
The death of South Africa's veteran anti-apartheid activist Winnie Madikizela-Mandela has sparked a debate about how she should be remembered.
Thousands of babies and young children are being cared for in informal - and sometimes dangerous - nurseries.
For Dr Joel Salinas, music creates colours, numbers have personalities and another person's pain feels almost like his own.
Chaos and hardship hit Russia with the rapid market reforms in early 1992, weeks after the collapse of the USSR.
Mexico's "Prettiest Flower in the Land" contest promotes its mixed indigenous and Spanish heritage.
Ukraine's National Militia says it "polices" the streets. So why does it also fight the police themselves?
Fifty years after Martin Luther King Jr's death, a stark racial divide remains in Milwaukee.
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The US says it is planning tariffs on Chinese products ranging from televisions to bakery ovens.
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