A dirt track at Djibouti’s Doraleh Port leads to a series of unassuming single-story buildings that, earlier this year, hosted the world’s two superpowers. The
Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt and Houston Dash forward Kealia Ohai made their engagement official on Sunday. The couple, from their respective accounts, tweeted
Curtis Rogers, the founder of the free DNA website GEDMatch, wanted to do all he could to help police solve a disturbing assault case out
Supporters of an Obama-era plan to put abolitionist Harriet Tubman on the $20 bill were disappointed last week by news that the Treasury Department has
A man’s first shave is a milestone no matter who you are. But for transgender man Samson Bonkeabantu Brown, it was memorable for several reasons.
Europe’s populist surge appears to have stalled. On Sunday night, as projections for the European parliamentary election rolled in, Euroskeptic hopes (and fears) of nationalist
After a day of casual diplomatic male bonding, President Donald Trump entered the more stately portion of his visit to Japan on Monday, honoring the
Robin Haynes Fisher died of what appeared to be altitude sickness at 28,215 feet, while descending from the summit on May 25.
A British mountaineer who recently died on Everest warned of overcrowding at the summit in his last post to social media. Robin Haynes Fisher died
Simon Pagenaud is the first French driver to win the Indianapolis 500 in more than a century. Pagenaud was triumphant Sunday afternoon after driving 200
Erica Alfaro says she never forgot the advice her mom gave her when the two worked long hours together in California’s Central Valley tomato fields.
It may not be the most famous nor the most prestigious, but the English Championship play-off final is the world’s most lucrative soccer match to
With the Women’s World Cup around the corner, American soccer star Megan Rapinoe called out the sport’s leadership for not doing enough to level the
“Father, I wanted to look you in the eye … I wanted to ask you why?” demands Anna Misiewicz as she confronts the parish priest
More than two decades after a woman was killed in an Irish village, French prosecutors hope to close the case
Perched on a bench in the quiet courtyard of a pub, Ian Bailey is signing a copy of his self-published book of poetry for a