A new study says a substance found in broken jars by archaeologists is 3,200-year-old cheese.
A report by a law firm found sexual abuse by seven former faculty members against 16 of its former students — going back as far as 1969 and lasting until 1992.
Nigeria's World Cup defender William Troost-Ekong describes his move to Italian club Udinese as the completion of 'a great summer.'
The Rwanda Football Federation (FERWAFA) names Vincent Mashami as the new coach of the national team.
The fugitive Taliban leader renewed his call Saturday for direct talks with the United States, dismissing as impractical and unacceptable "propositions" he asserted Washington has offered to promote a negotiated end to the war in Afghanistan. Malawi Hibatullah Akhundzada, in a message to his followers ahead of the Muslim festival of Eid, has for the first time offered some details of a recent “preliminary” meeting between Taliban and American officials. Senior diplomat for the region, Alice… Read Full Article
The Lee County School Board in Virginia voted to approve a plan that would allow teachers to carry guns. NPR's Jennifer Ludden talks to Superintendent Brian Austin about how the plan would work.
As the death toll from the worst floods in a century climbed relentlessly in India’s southern Kerala state, Prime Minister Narendra Modi took an aerial tour, inspecting the massive damage that engulfed villages and cities, and announced emergency aid of over $70 million. The situation is grim in the picturesque, coastal state famed as a tourist destination -- rivers, dams and reservoirs have overflowed following record monsoon rains that swept away roads and homes and forced more than 220,000… Read Full Article
Geetha who rescued the baby, has named the boy ‘Sudhandhiram’ meaning freedom.
Troops step up rescue efforts to save people threatened by flooding that has killed hundreds.