A fierce wildfire raged on north of Los Angeles Sunday, threatening other towns after already charring vast swaths of land, but other blazes were largely contained after burning for days.
A Palestinian stabbed and seriously wounded an Israeli security guard in Jerusalem on Sunday in what police described as a “terrorist” attack amid unrest over the White House’s Jerusalem declaration.
The heaviest snowfall in four years in Britain caused travel mayhem Sunday, while more than 300 flights were cancelled in Germany’s busiest airport and a ferry ran aground in the French port of Calais.
Cryptocurrency Bitcoin made its debut on a major bourse Sunday, opening at $15,000 per unit at the Chicago board options exchange.
Prime Minister Theresa May will tell British lawmakers Monday there is a “new sense of optimism” around Brexit talks after striking an initial agreement last week with the European Union.
Police in Sweden on Sunday arrested three people over a failed arson attempt at a synagogue in the country’s second largest city, Gothenburg.
Six months after a fire ripped through the Grenfell Tower apartment block in London killing 70, survivors are traumatised and bitter, saying they have been abandoned to their fate.
The US, South Korea and Japan started joint exercises Monday to track missiles from North Korea, Seoul’s military said, following the nuclear-armed Pyongyang’s longest-range test launch to date.
When Alabama voters cast ballots to select a US Senator they will face a choice that echoes the country’s partisan political divide: elect a Democrat or pick a man accused of preying on teenaged girls.
England were dismissed as “tourists masquerading as cricketers” by Australia’s media which turned the screw Monday after Ben Duckett was fined for pouring beer over teammate Jimmy Anderson.
The only bidder at an unusual auction on Saturday put down 140,000 euros and walked away the new owner of a small slice of German history: the village of Alwine, population 20.