German Chancellor Angela Merkel is urging European Union nations to stick together in the face of new uncertainty over the United States and other challenges
Summer is right around the corner, and obviously this means drinking. But as Buzz60's Nick Cardona (@nickcardona93) tells us, you can use the stuff for more than just getting drunk.
British Airways says many of its IT systems are up and running but travelers still face cancellations and delays after a global computer failure grounded hundreds of flights
British police made two more arrests and stormed three more locations Sunday as they hunted for suspects in the Manchester bombing, while a government minister said members of attacker Salman Abedi's network may still be at large
Ambassador Dennis Ross discusses the latest news from the Korean Penninsula
An American doctor who has spent years working in a fighting-ravaged region of Sudan has been awarded the $1.1-million Aurora Prize for exceptional humanitarianism
The Cannes Film Festival has awarded its coveted Palme d'Or award to Ruben Ostlund's "The Square," while Sofia Coppola became only the second woman to win the festival's best director award
A bug in Google Maps is causing tourists to end up in a random town in Norway. Villagers are laughing. Nathan Rousseau Smith (@fantasticmrnate) explains.
Video interviews with survivors of a deadly attack by Islamic militants on a bus taking Egyptian Christians to a remote desert monastery are painting a picture of untold horror, with children hiding under their seats to escape gunfire.
Homeland Security secretary says he's considering banning laptops from the passenger cabins of all international flights into and out of the United States.
South Africa's ruling party is debating whether President Jacob Zuma should resign amid increasing concern about alleged corruption at the highest levels the government
A woman is suing Jelly Belly because she thought their "athletic" jelly beans weren't made of sugar. Nathan Rousseau Smith (@fantasticmrnate) has the story.
Until a week ago, two things were widely agreed about Britain's upcoming general election: it was producing the dullest campaign in recent memory and the result was a foregone conclusion