About 1.6 million Canadians identify themselves as Anglican; initial vote went against gay unions
As the economic crisis in Venezuela deepens, waiting in lines for everything and anything becomes the culture
As Venezuela's lines have grown longer and more dangerous, they have become not only the stage for everyday life, but a backdrop to death
Defense Secretary Carter, visiting Afghanistan, talked about the plan to deal with a resurgent Taliban, and the growing ISIS threat there
United Nations says ethnic killings have returned to world's newest country, as a precarious calm settles following a spate of violence
Islamist extremists like those who carried out two waves of attacks in Paris last year will look to increase their capacity to kill, Patrick Calvar testified
Mother and her husband face charges in southern Germany, but only for half the dead babies found in their home
Staff Sgt. Halex Hale disappeared after a cookout with friends near Aviano Air Base on July 2
Philippines wins legal victory over much larger neighbour in international court, but will Beijing even pay attention?
Britain is getting a new prime minister much earlier than expected. Theresa May will replace David Cameron Wednesday. May was confirmed as Britain's new leader after her last opponent dropped out of the race. Elizabeth Palmer reports from 10 Downing Street in London, where the transition is underway.
2 trains slam into each other in Italy's southern region of Puglia
First female PM since Margaret Thatcher opposed leaving EU but insists public vote will be respected -- but when, and on whose terms?
Muslim man accuses his Christian friend of sending poem via WhatsApp that insults Islam, and now he's subject of a manhunt
The classic video game Pokemon is among the best-loved gaming franchises in history. Since the release last week of its newest iteration, "Pokemon GO" is now one of the most downloaded apps ever. Don Dahler reports.
Rare find in the Galilee also includes a mosaic depicting the parting of the Red Sea
"We don't know if it's tomorrow or if it's not going to be for another 500 years," expert says
After a dramatic campaign, an understated workhorse who maintained a low profile throughout ended up the next British leader
The 29-year-old matador died after being gored in the thigh and chest on live television, the first in-ring bullfighting death in Spain in 30 years
The new cap on U.S. troops in Iraq will be 4,647, the Pentagon announced
Race to replace British Prime Minister David Cameron as the head of the Conservative Party upended by debate over motherhood and politics