A drug that reverses ageing could be on the market in three years, scientists claim.
Self-proclaimed dealmaker Donald Trump has failed to convince enough of his own party representatives to back him in what should have been the first big vote of his presidency.
Islamic State's online propaganda and recruitment effort is adapting as the group loses physical territory in Iraq, according to an analysis of secret communications channels seen by Sky News.
A Republican Congressman has apologised after saying that post-election communications of Donald Trump's team were picked up by US intelligence agencies through "incidental collection".
A man who drove at high speed into a pedestrianised shopping area in the Belgian city of Antwerp has been arrested.
Around 400,000 people are "trapped" in the Islamic State-controlled Old City of west Mosul, the UN said.
Major US firms have pulled advertising from Google's YouTube platform as the internet giant faces widening pressure over hate videos.
A man is due to appear in court charged with the murder and abduction of a toddler who vanished from a beach 47 years ago.
A South Korean passenger ferry that capsized and sank nearly three years ago killing more than 300 people has started to be lifted from the water.
Intelligence officials in the US believe terrorists are perfecting explosive devices small enough to fit inside consumer electronics in an attempt to bring down commercial airliners.
About 250 migrants are feared drowned after two dinghies sunk off Libya's coast, Italy's coast guard and a Spanish aid organization said Thursday.
Police identified the man they say carried out Britain's bloodiest attack in more than a decade, in which four victims died and nearly 30 others were injured.
Police in Antwerp arrested a French national from northern Africa for allegedly trying to run down shoppers on a busy thoroughfare Thursday morning.
Chile's Supreme Court sentenced 33 former agents under military ruler Augusto Pinochet for the kidnapping and killing of five political activists in 1987.
China's decision to suspend coal exports from North Korea was motivated in part by Beijing's willingness to carry over the excess of North Korea coal exports.
The wife of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe may have given $9,000 in illicit donations to a nationalist group.
In contrast with the generally thriving residents of Norway, people in South Sudan, Haiti and Ukraine top a Gallup survey of the most suffering countries.
The Venezuelan government said it has detained five minors, three of whom are teenagers, in connection to the stabbing death of two soldiers.
Ten Egyptian soldiers died in an attack on an insurgent hideout in the Sinai Peninsula, an army spokesman announced Thursday.
Israeli police said they arrested a Jewish teenager in connection to bomb threats made on Jewish institutions in the United States, Australia and New Zealand.
The ferry that sunk off the coast of South Korea in April 2014 returned to the surface for the first time since the accident killed 304 people.
The name and identity of Virgin America airline will be phased out by 2019, its merger partner Alaska Airlines announced.
Police in Ukraine suspect a contract killer fatally shot former Russian parliament member Denis Voronenkov on Thursday in Kiev.
Strategic Sangin district in Afghanistan's embattled Helmand province fell to Taliban forces on Thursday, local military and government officials said.
Syrian fighters launched an offensive with the support of the U.S.-led coalition to capture the Tabqah dam in efforts to free Raqqa from Islamic State control.
North Korea accused Japan of espionage on Thursday, nearly a week after Tokyo placed a reconnaissance satellite into orbit.
Kim Jong Un's nuclear and missile provocations are earning him more facetious nicknames on Capitol Hill.
What's being treated by police as a "terrorist incident" rattled central London on Wednesday, leaving four people dead as well as an assailant near Parliament.
The lawyer for the family of Russian whistleblower Sergei Magnitsky was seriously injured in a four-story fall, officials said.
Southeast Asian sources of North Korea foreign currency earnings are rapidly dwindling in the aftermath of the assassination of Kim Jong Nam.