It's thanks to the Parkes Observatory in Australia that people around the world got to see the moon landing on television screens in 1969.
North Koreans get to “vote” this weekend. Here’s how their elections work.
In August, roughly 2 million Muslims will descend upon Mecca in Saudi Arabia to complete one of the most important rituals in Islam. This year, some Muslims are questioning whether they should go.
In countries where right-wing leaders have come to power, like Brazil, many new young, diverse leaders are choosing to run for office. São Paulo has elected the country’s first transgender Afro Brazilian lawmaker.
The emergency declaration will increase funding and resources to tackle the Ebola epidemic in DR Congo, says Tariq Riebl, Ebola emergency response director for the IRC — and hopefully raise global attention to the crisis.
Fentanyl, a deadly drug 100 times stronger than morphine, is linked to complex international supply chains that traffic it into the US.
Border officials denied military veteran Roman Sabal entry to the US for a scheduled citizenship interview Monday. Sabal is one of seven deported veterans with pending citizenship cases.
A group of searchers goes out every week to look for the missing in Mexico. After Mirna Nereida Medina Quiñones found her son's body, her group has helped to find and identify more than 100 disappeared people in the state of Sinaloa, Mexico.