On June 19 Anna Netrebko and Dimitri Hvorostovsky will team up for a Verdi celebration in Red Square in Moscow.
Jose Manuel Garcia Guevara, a Mexican accused of rape and murder in the second degree in the U.S., is now a part of the 10 most wanted list published by the FBI.
A boy choked a girl until she was left unconscious and crying after a fight that started inside a classroom in a primary school in the city of Hermosillo, in the northern Mexican state of Sonora.
Three civilians were killed in Kabul after a bomb exploded on the morning that NATO-led troops handed over the lead security role to Afghan forces as a part of the coalition's exit plan.
A 98-year-old man has been indicted for abusing Jews and assisting in their deportation to Nazi death camps during World War II. The alleged Hungarian war criminal, Laszlo Csatary, was questioned and indicted by detectives on charges of war crimes on Tuesday.
As many as 200,000 demonstrators marched through the streets of Brazil's biggest cities on Monday.
A Tropical Depression Two that formed over the northwestern Caribbean Sea was moving over Northern Guatemala, U.S. government forecasters said on Tuesday.
Power outages hit the Mexican capital of Mexico City on Sunday after an earthquake struck the center of the country, and officials said there was no other damage reported.
A Mexican judge on Friday ordered the detention of a former Mexican governor suspected of embezzling millions in public funds, deepening a scandal that will test President Enrique Pena Nieto's anti-corruption agenda.
Google has detected a rising number of email-based phishing attacks in the run up to the election in Iran, which are trying, according to the tech giant, "to compromise the accounts of tens of thousands of Iranian users."
The White House has also strongly indicated that weapons are on the way to Syria and agreed to send small arms and ammunition to the main rebel group. But critics warn that these weapons could possibly fall into the wrong hands and end up arming Al Qaeda terrorist groups who are among the Syrian rebls.
Top security aides are concerned that Edward Snowden, the Ex-CIA whistleblower that leaked classified documents about the NSA's PRISM program, may be thinking about defecting to China, ABC News reports.
Australian Marathon Swimmer Chloe McCardel failed in an attempt to swim from Cuba to Florida across the Florida Strait 11 hours into her 60-hour journey, after being stung repeatedly by jellyfish.
NSA leaker Edward Snowden won't be making any escape routes to the United Kingdom.
There's only two more days until the Miss USA pageant airs live from Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas, Nev. We continue our pageant segment today with the candidate from New Jersey, the lovely Libell Duran.