Germany is seeking out the U.S.-made aircrafts that are capable of carrying nuclear weapons.
After seven years of being unable to pay its over $70 billion-dollar debt to the U.S., Puerto Rico’s government officially exited bankruptcy.
A Florida judge ruled in favor of Saget’s family and ensured there wouldn’t be a release of records and photos of the actor’s unexpected death earlier this year.
The move to prevent federal agencies from considering a job applicant’s salary history during the hiring process is an attempt by the White House to improve pay equity for women and minorities.
Spain’s national air quality index is “extremely unfavorable” as a layer of red-orange dust covers their homes and streets.
The communication antenna that was added to the Eiffel Tower grew the famous landmark’s height by about 20 feet.
Australia will again allow international cruises after banning them back in March 2020.
The final court of appeals for several islands in the Caribbean ruled that gays don't have the right to marry in the Cayman Islands based on the islands’ Constitution.
Both the Grizzlies and Thunder showed up to the opening tip in white jerseys, causing Memphis players to go back and change into blue jerseys.
40-year-old Serdar Berdymukhamedov, and the son of Turkmenistan leader Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedow, secured 72.97 percent of voters in the Central Asian country’s election.