As every year, thousands of people gathered in Washington at the so-called "March for Life", an annual event to protest against abortions, a march that was supported by Pope Francis this year.
After the violent clashes in recent weeks in the region of Tierra Caliente, in the state of Michoacán in Mexico, between "self-defense" groups, the "Knights Templar" Cartel and the Mexican Army, a new scandal has raised some questions on the actions of the state government.
The hunter-gatherers that inhabited Europe 7,000 years ago were dark-skinned and blue-eyed, according to a recent investigation carried out by specialists of the Institute of Evolutive Biology of the CSIC.
Two white doves, symbols of peace and reconciliation, freed by Pope Francis and a group of children during a ceremony in the Vatican last Sunday, were attacked by a seagull and a crow in what have become some of the most-seen pictures over the weekend.
Mexican Federal forces capture Dionisio Loya Plancarte on Monday, Jan. 27, one of the leaders of the cartel known as "The Knights Templar"
In the middle of the show, the Annual Grammy Awards wed 33 gay and straight couples during "Same Love," a same-sex marriage anthem by Macklemore & Ryan Lewis.
The Royal Family is in need of a new housekeeper. The Buckingham Palace recently posted a job ad on the Royal Household website for a housekeeper position.
Jorge Mario Bergoglio ha marcado su paso por el vaticano a poco tiempo de ser elegido Papa como símbolo de libertad e independencia.
Poet and novelist José Emilio Pacheco, one of Mexico's most beloved, passed away on the night of Sunday, Jan. 26 at 74 years of age, after being hospitalized for two days over a head injury he suffered after falling.
Latin American and Caribbean leaders converge onCuba this week to discuss trade, peace and human rights in a further sign of regional eagerness to challenge the dominance of the United States.
Mexico said on Monday it had captured a leader of the Knights Templar, a violent drug cartel that has created a major security problem for President Enrique Pena Nieto.
Following the rumors of French President Francois Hollande's affair with actress Julie Gayet, the leader announced his separation from first lady Valerie Trierweiler.
Mexico on Sunday strongly objected to the scheduled execution in Texas on Wednesday of a Mexican convicted of killing a U.S. police officer, arguing that by executing him, the United States would be in "clear violation" of international treaties.
Lamborghini CEO Stephan Winklemann confirmed that the production for the Urus will begin in 2017.
German Formula 1 pilot Michael Schumacher, who is still in an induced coma at the Grenoble hospital since Dec. 29, might be woken up in upcoming days, after French doctors described his condition as "stable".