Oscar Pistorius will go on trial on March 3, accused of premeditated murder in the death of his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp.
Nothing -- not even hundreds of deaths -- has stopped Mohamed Morsy's supporters from demanding the ousted president be reinstated. And with more protesters saying they would die for their cause, the turmoil could get even uglier this week.
In his first official interview after the birth of his son, Prince William told CNN's Max Foster that young George is already quite a character. "He's a little bit of a rascal," William said.
North Korea has agreed to a proposal from the South that they resume the reunion of families separated in the 1950-53 Korean War.
Aeromexico airline and an advertising company apologized for a commercial casting call that said "dark-skinned" people would not be allowed to audition.
Navy divers have recovered five bodies so far from an Indian navy submarine that exploded and sank in Mumbai this week, authorities said Saturday.
Protest marches scheduled for after prayers Sunday in Egypt could add more bloodshed to days of deadly violence in the country.
Police say 40 ball pythons were confiscated from a single motel room on Thursday in Brantford, Ontario, about 65 miles southwest of Toronto.
At least 17 people died and 572 others were rescued in the Philippines after a cargo ship collided with a passenger ship.
The artful "abomination" that turned a 100-year-old depiction of Christ into an international joke has become a shock hit with tourists.