Serena Williams joined a growing list of marquee names eliminated early at this wild and unpredictable Wimbledon.
Egypt’s military is giving the country’s president and his opponents two days to reach an agreement.
The director of the embattled Vatican bank and his deputy resigned Monday following the latest developments in a broadening finance scandal that has already landed one Vatican monsignor in prison and added urgency to Pope Francis’ reform efforts.
Senegal’s chief prosecutor says his preliminary investigation suggests there is enough evidence to charge the ex-president of Chad
Major League Baseball has made a comeback on Cuban TV screens after a 52-year absence.
Argentina’s government is unveiling a new payment method that can be exchanged for dollars at a time when greenbacks are running short.
Authorities say a Puerto Rican woman accused in a murder-for-hire scheme faces a maximum penalty of life imprisonment.
A court in Macedonia has sentenced former Prime Minister Vlado Buckovski to three years in prison in an arms scandal that cost the government an estimated 2 million euros ($2.6 million).
Apple Inc. has applied for a trademark in Japan for “iWatch,” indicating it may be proceeding with rumored plans to produce a smart wristwatch.
Teeming crowds and blaring horns are welcoming President Barack Obama to Tanzania’s largest city