"Bittersweet" was the word of the night, the one often used to describe President Barack Obama's final state dinner.
Pyongyang's newly opened zoo has a new star: Azalea, the smoking chimpanzee.
As ISIS made its way across Syria and Iraq, the group destroyed historic art and monuments of culture. Now, some of those pieces are being recreated in Rome.
WikiLeaks says that founder Julian Assange's internet access has been cut by an unidentified state actor. Few other details were immediately available.
Hundreds of private designers are turning out gauzy wedding dresses, brilliantly decorated bathing suits, linen pants and even uniforms for state businesses.
Tens of thousands of people have marched in Paris to call for the repeal of a law allowing gay marriage, six months before France's next presidential election.
Hillary Clinton privately said the U.S. would "ring China with missile defense" if the Chinese government failed to curb North Korea's nuclear program, a potential hint at how the former secretary of state would act if elected president.
Bob Dylan was named the winner of the 2016 Nobel Prize in literature Thursday in a stunning announcement that for the first time bestowed the prestigious award to someone primarily seen as a musician.
The rise of anti-gay sentiment in Indonesia could threaten the country's target goal of ending their fast-rising AIDS epidemic by 2030, a senior official warned.
The City of the Hague celebrates National Coming Out Day with a special focus on LGBT women.