The British government on Saturday accused Russia of seeking to replace Ukraine's government with a pro-Moscow administration.
A submerged city in Italy allows divers to swim through ancient streets, scientists have created a bubble that lasts more than a year, and more of today's top videos.
This Michelangelo piece has been restored after years of painstaking work. Buzz60’s Keri Lumm shares the details.
Watch now: A lost dog wouldn't cooperate with rescuers in southern England, so a drone and a sausage led her to safety.
Though the eruption has ended, the cleanup is just beginning. Veuer’s Tony Spitz has the details.
They’re not quite “The Jetsons,” but we’re getting closer. Veuer’s Tony Spitz has the details.
More ships and aircraft carrying aid are due to arrive in Tonga in coming days as the international community responds to calls for urgent assistance from the Pacific island nation following a devastating volcanic eruption and tsunami.
Divers, snorkelers, and tourists visit all year round - to travel back in time and swim through ancient streets, past mosaics, statues, columns, and the remains of what was once a seaside resort for wealthy Romans.
The Saudi-led coalition bombarded Yemen's Hodeida overnight, taking out a telecommunications hub and triggering a nationwide internet blackout, a web monitor and AFP correspondents said on Friday.
This is the amazing moment a wildlife photographer captured his wife receiving a big hug from an elephant seal.
Parts of Lebanon were blanketed with snow on Jan. 20, as a winter storm swept through the Mediterranean.
This is the amazing moment a wildlife photographer captured his wife receiving a big hug from an elephant seal. The hug was captured on a photographic expedition in Gold Harbour on the island of South Georgia, South America.
A lost dog wouldn't cooperate with rescuers, so a drone and a sausage led her to safety by the nose! Today in TALAT!
After a winter storm swept through Damascus, Syria, a group of children was seen playing in the snow on Jan. 20, building snowmen and having snowball fights.
Things to know today: Russia says U.S. will provide written responses on Ukraine; Meat Loaf dies at 74; Adele makes tearful announcement. Plus, the weekend weather.
NASA researchers have estimated the power of a massive January 15 eruption near the island nation of Tonga.
The pair were seen suckling their mother Bora, under the watchful guard of a male in the Kenyan safari park.
After Hong Kong ordered a mass cull of hamsters over COVID-19 fears, volunteers have been trying to intercept and save hamsters being handed in. Rachel Judah has more.
Seven days after a massive strike, French teachers gathered on Thursday at the Place de la Sorbonne, in Paris, at the call of unions, to protest again against changing Covid-19 protocols in schools.
Some 1,200 heavily armed military police launched an operation Wednesday to wrench control of Rio de Janeiro's slums from drug gangs, starting with the notorious Jacarezinho favela where residents took cover.
A new report has found Pope Benedict XVI knew priests were abusing children and did nothing.
these adorable baby sea turtles are off to start a new life! Buzz60’s Keri Lumm reports.
The CIA has ruled out Russia or any foreign power for being behind most cases of the mysterious “Havana Syndrome.”
Scientists have discovered a vast reef of "pristine" rose-shaped corals apparently unharmed by climate change in deep water off the coast of Tahiti, UNESCO announced Thursday.