Wanting to stay British, Gibraltar and the Falkland Islands have accused Spain and Argentina of 'bullying'.
The number of adults estimated to be living with diabetes has nearly quadrupled over 35 years: the World Health Organization
Experimental drug that greatly increases levels of "good" cholesterol has no effect on heart health, a comprehensive clinical trial found.
Iran's defence minister is certain the UN Security Council will not take any action over its missile tests despite calls from the Western.
De Niro offs a documentary by a former British medical researcher about a link between vaccines and autism from Tribeca Film Festival.
Brazil's former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva is warning that the Petrobras corruption probe is paralyzing the Brazilian economy.
US Secretary of State John Kerry and Russia's President Vladimir Putin agreed to intensify the drive for a political settlement in Syria but remained divided over Bashar al-Assad's future.
An estimated seven million drones will fly in US skies by 2020, nearly tripling the number in circulation by the end of the year.
Hollywood's traditional media players are facing an unprecedented challenge to their business model as 'cord-cutters' opt to cancel their expensive cable subscriptions in favor of on-demand streaming services.
Japan will return a huge cache of plutonium -- enough to produce 50 nuclear bombs -- to the United States.
A run-in with customs at Cairo airport has left Grammy Award winning rock musician Bryan Adams fuming, after a border agent scrawled a number on the Canadian's prize guitar in paint marker.
Gun deaths in the United States can be slashed by 90 percent through universal application of laws requiring background checks of buyers.
British leader David Cameron got "distracted" and French President Nicolas Sarkozy wanted to promote his country during the 2011 military intervention in Libya, US President Barack Obama said.
The United States urges governments to prevent a humanitarian catastrophe of epic proportions from the collapse of Iraq's Mosul dam.
Iran fired two more long-range ballistic missiles on Wednesday as it continued military tests in defiance of US sanctions and fresh warnings from Washington.
Causing brain damage in babies and a rare neurological ailment in adults, the Zika virus is also linked to paralysis-causing myelitis.
US regulators offer broadband subsidies to low-income Americans, saying that Internet access is "a prerequisite for full participation" in modern society.
Lady Gaga described her Oscar performance with rape survivors as the most difficult of her life, saying that she remains in chronic pain.
SpaceX launched a communications satellite to an orbit but failed to land the first stage of its Falcon 9 rocket on an ocean platform.
The world's most expensive train station opened Thursday in New York, nearly $2 billion over budget and years behind schedule.
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