A Shanghai gallery has apologized for exhibiting a seven-hour video in which an artist filmed passing women before giving them a score and ordering them "from the prettiest to the ugliest."
New York City police are looking for two individuals in connection with a brazen daytime assault in which a 24-year-old man was shot next to two children on a Bronx sidewalk on Thursday.
Joe Biden's first overseas trip as US President -- a whistle-stop diplomatic tour of Europe -- achieved its primary goal of signaling to America's closest friends that it was ready once more to lead the Western alliance.
A boatman found the three-week-old baby in a wooden box, which also contained incense sticks, an image of a Hindu deity and the child's astrological birth chart, according to local police.
College baseball pitcher Sang Ho Baek died following complications from ulnar collateral ligament reconstruction, commonly known as Tommy John surgery, according to a verified GoFundMe page organized by one of his teammates.
As America finally recognizes the importance of Juneteenth, the full potential of a symbolic new milestone for equality is being undermined by Republican moves to make it harder for many Black Americans to vote.
Some members of the Republican Party have been unwavering in their efforts to rewrite reality, from the Capitol insurrection to critical race theory. CNN's Pamela Brown lists the top 5 claims from the week.
The Bidens announced Saturday that Champ, their "beloved" German Shepherd who had been with their family since 2008, has died.
Ebrahim Raisi, a hardline judiciary chief with a brutal human rights record, has won Iran's controversial presidential election, according to preliminary results announced by the interior ministry Saturday.
There is barely a person in Brazil today who hasn't lost a loved one to Covid-19, say local scientists, as the country reached the grim milestone of half a million deaths.
More than 60 years ago, Marion Gerald Hood was rejected from a medical school because of his race. This week, the school apologized.
A far-right extremist who became the object of a month-long manhunt after threatening a top doctor fighting Covid-19, appears to have killed himself, authorities in Belgium said Sunday.
Words can only describe so much from the nearly 500 criminal cases against rioters who overtook the US Capitol on January 6.
As the United States continues on a path to near pre-pandemic normalcy, experts remain concerned over low vaccination rates and the spread of variants, which could potentially exacerbate a pandemic that has upended life for more than a year and inflicted a damaging toll on Americans and the world.
With confidence and elan, President Joe Biden rallied allies abroad last week around the viability of 21st century democracy. Proving it here at home will be harder.
• The US triples its vaccine donations to Taiwan as the island battles an outbreak