Holiday cheer means tasty snacks for the many animals at the London Zoo, a new Alzheimer's drug is showing promise, and more of today's top videos.
France will ration electricity and allow targeted blackouts in case of a shortage of power this winter, the details of a government action plan of how to cope in case of an energy shortfall have revealed.
For the first time, a new drug is showing promise in slowing the progression of Alzheimer’s in its early stages, potentially buying more time for those diagnosed with the disease.
It seems like every month, when household bills come in the door, we grumble about how the cost of living has gone up again.
China is softening its tone on the severity of COVID-19 and easing some coronavirus restrictions even as its daily case toll hovers near record highs, after anger over the world's toughest curbs fuelled protests across the country. However, there is no sign of the country easing its security…
On Wednesday, domestic abuse activist Ngozi Fulani of Sistah Space took to Twitter to note that she had "mixed feelings" about a recent visit to Buckingham Palace. Fulani alleged Lady Susan Hussey repeatedly asked her where in Africa she was from despite her explaining that she was born in t…
The Ukrainian city of Bakhmut has been the focus of unrelenting Russian attacks for almost six months, creating apocalyptic scenes of dead soldiers in trenches. As winter sets in, Russian troops are mounting an aggressive counter offensive to recapture the city.
A former counter-terrorism officer revealed in an interview with Britain’s Channel 4 News that Meghan Markle was the subject of 'disgusting and very real' threats to her safety, with much of the hatred toward her rooted in right-wing extremism.
Police said a woman was arrested after she allegedly turned off a hospital roommate's ventilator — twice — because she was irked by its sound.
After Beijing and Shanghai, anger in Guangzhou against China's Covid-19 restrictions.
Holiday cheer for us means tasty snacks for the many animals at the London zoo. Yair Ben-Dor has more.
The Prince and Princess of Wales are making their first overseas trip since the death of Queen Elizabeth II in September. The trip that began Wednesday is an occasion for Prince William and his wife, Kate, to show the world as much about who they are not as who they are. With their three-day visit to Boston, the couple hope to demonstrate that they aren’t the last remnants of a dying institution. Their foray is focused on William’s initiative to find the next generation of environmental entrepreneurs and will be supplemented with trips to an anti-poverty program, child development researchers and local flood defenses.
Here's the latest news from around the world — plus today's forecast, celebrity birthdays and a look back at this day in history.
The Prince of Wales has backed the decision of his godmother Lady Susan Hussey to apologize and resign from the royal household after she repeatedly questioned a Black British-born charity boss about where she “really came from.”
It seems the world may have entered another cold war. Veuer’s Tony Spitz has the details.
Christmas markets are great places for finding unique stocking fillers.
Christmas lights are starting to sparkle as holiday markets open across Europe, watch a curious humpback whale play with divers in an incredible encounter, and more of today's top videos.
Belgium on Wednesday opened its biggest-ever criminal trial, of suspected jihadists linked to March 2016 suicide bombings in Brussels and its airport that killed 32 people. The proceedings, held under tight security in NATO's former headquarters, have nine defendants -- five of whom have alr…
Never before seen minerals were discovered in a gigantic meteorite, offering researchers possible clues about how the space rocks are formed. Veuer’s Maria Mercedes Galuppo has the story.
As Britain's largest museum marks the 200-year anniversary of the decipherment of hieroglyphics, thousands of Egyptians are demanding the stone's return.
A census is being held in northern Australia to help save the world's largest coral reef.
As Russian forces poured across Ukraine's borders, Palych knew that pain, suffering and injuries would follow in the ensuing war and his training as a paramedic would be needed. "I could not sit on the sidelines, so I went to the front as a volunteer," says Palych, the nom de guerre for the …
The astronauts will complete China’s first-ever crew handover in orbit on board the Tiangong space station, state media reports.
It may be big, but it just wants to play. Buzz60’s Tony Spitz has the details.
Qatar 2022 has many unique features. One of them is the football fashion.
AP reports that NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg issued a statement on Nov. 28.