Amid all that darkness this year, there were still some moments that inspired and made us smile.
“You sir,” have a “dad bod” and should not “get your dandruff up” when I make a “listicle” on how you’re not “on fleek.”
Bombs explode early in the morning near a busy market, killing dozens of people, officials say.
Former radical Judith Clark, who drove a getaway car during the robbery, has spent 35 years in prison.
After eight years of opposing President Obama, Republicans now have a leader who doesn't always toe the party line.
A code associated with Russian hackers has reportedly been detected within the system of a Vermont electric company.
Police say the murder of Greece's ambassador to Brazil, Kyriakos Amiridis, was facilitated by the diplomat's wife.
Michael Skakel, a nephew of Robert F. Kennedy, was previously found guilty of murdering a 15-year-old girl in 1975.
China’s plan to end the processing and selling of ivory by the end of March will be a “game changer for Africa’s elephants,” says one conservationist.
The rookie officers had made remarks about using primarily black neighborhoods as shooting ranges.
A judge has blocked a law by the state’s GOP lawmakers stripping its Democratic governor of control over elections.
Ban Ki-moon had led the United Nations for the past decade, working to fight climate change and poverty.
The president-elect continues to applaud Vladimir Putin, one day after President Obama punishes Russia for election interference.
Russian government entities are showing some humor on social media in response to Obama’s hacking sanctions.
Anthony Bourdain says this disdain created “the upswell of rage and contempt” that led to Trump winning the presidency.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has made outlandish comments that have earned him plenty of headlines and criticism.
The Russian president contradicts his foreign minister's suggested response to the hacking flap.
Britain takes issue with Secretary of State John Kerry's description of Netanyahu's coalition as the "most right-wing."
From protests against the North Dakota pipeline to flooding in the South, these 10 stories received less attention.
The White House portrays its measures against Moscow for an election cyberattack as tough, but they omit a key name.