Archaeologists say they have discovered a new form of primitive writing in markings on stoneware excavated from a relic site in eastern China dating back 5,000 years.
Colombian officials say a helicopter has crashed while on a flight to repair an oil pipeline and five people aboard have died.
A key party quit Morocco’s Islamist-led government Tuesday, plunging the country into political uncertainty as countries across the Arab world struggle to reconcile religious and secular forces.
Caridad Colon had never known what it was like to be hungry, homeless or unemployed in her 47 years living in the U.S. territory of Puerto Rico.
A look at some of the top figures emerging in Egypt after the military removed President Mohammed Morsi:
British lawmakers will recall Rupert Murdoch to London for further questions about a leaked recording in which he appeared to dismiss evidence of wrongdoing at his U.K. newspaper titles
The president of a railway company whose train caused a fiery crash leveling much of Quebec town and killing at least 13 people denies allegations his company has a spotty safety record.
A Brazilian newspaper reports that a massive U.S. spy program is widespread throughout Latin America and that it’s gathering information on oil and energy.
As Egypt’s political crisis tumbled toward its first night of major bloodshed last week, the country’s army chief was pulled away for a phone call.
Tourists are lining up in Belgium for the chance to visit a huge, foul-smelling plant.