An Argentine court has sentenced two former Ford Motor Co. executives to prison for helping agents of the country's former dictatorship round up 24 Argentine union workers who were tortured and held in military jails
Brooklyn's district attorney has dismissed all charges against a mother who was violently separated from her toddler son by police in a videotaped encounter at a city social services office
A flag dispute stalls talks on the formation of new government in Bosnia after an October election reflecting persisting ethnic divisions after the 1992-95 war
A jury has recommended life plus 419 years for a man convicted of killing a woman and injuring dozens when he drove his car into counterprotesters at a white nationalist rally in Virginia
Workers in Paris swept up broken glass and towed away burnt-out cars on Sunday after the latest "yellow vest" riots, while the government warned of slower economic growth and said that President Emmanuel Macron would address the nation this week. Pascale Davies reports.
The leaders of four Pacific island nations are opening a high-level debate at the U.N. climate talks with a reminder that their countries face catastrophe if global warming isn't tackled
Police recover more than 1,000 guns this year in one Chicago community, but few think it will stop the flow of illegal weapons. President Donald Trump has called the city's violence problems "very easily fixable." Not so, say those who live with them.
According to a new New York University study, women are less likely to get recommended for jobs that require intellectual ability. Elizabeth Keatinge has more.
A lawsuit targeting a Maine activist who accuses an orphanage founder of being a serial pedophile is making its way, slowly, through the state court system
Uber has filed paperwork for an initial public offering, according to three people with knowledge of the matter, taking a step closer to a key milestone for one of the most closely watched and controversial companies in Silicon Valley.