Russia drew closer to its goal of fully capturing Ukraine's eastern industrial heartland of coal mines and factories as the Kremlin claimed to have taken control of 97% of one of the two provinces that make up the Donbas region.
A historic Ukrainian monastery was destroyed by fire on Saturday after Russian artillery allegedly targeted the wooden structure.
The Shroud of Turin is viewed by some as the burial shroud of Jesus Christ while others say it's a complex, ingenious medieval forgery. Now, a new scientific procedure dates fabric from the shroud to roughly 2,000 years ago.
Would Vladimir Putin actually resort to nuclear weapons? Experts disagree. What is disturbing is that some say he would.
The U.S. and South Korean militaries launched eight ballistic missiles into the sea Monday in a show of force matching a North Korean missile display a day earlier that extended a provocative streak in weapons demonstrations.
Russian President Vladimir Putin's new warning to the West against sending longer-range rocket systems to Ukraine came as his forces claimed to have destroyed Western military supplies in their first such airstrikes on Ukraine's capital in more than a month.
A massive fire at a container depot near a port city in southeastern Bangladesh killed at least 49 people, including nine firefighters, and injured more than 100 others, officials and local media reported Sunday, as efforts to extinguish the blaze continued into a second night.
Is Russian President Vladimir Putin healthy? Or is he suffering from a terminal disease that's affecting his mental state?
From Bellingham, Washington, to Los Angeles to Bangor, Maine to Miami, 240 South Korean Christians have been blanketing these and 17 other cities this week, praying for healing and for revival to sweep America.
One hundred days into Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, numbers tell the tale of the death, destruction and economic havoc caused by Europe’s worst armed conflict in decades.