Green groups have called the raging infernos a consequence of global warming, but researchers say people start between 30 and 60 percent of deadly bushfires
Iwo Jima battle still holds secrets 75 years later amid 7,000 Marines buried near its black sand beaches
The few surviving veterans of the 1945 island battle talk of vicious fighting that left nearly 7,000 U.S. Marines dead. Half of the six men depicted in an iconic flag-raising moment died there.
Marvina Robinson overcame a language barrier and stretched $60,000 of her own money to cover the cost of accomplishing something few African Americans have tried.
A law in the UK requires payment to support the public broadcaster, with criminal fines for violations as high as $1,300. Roving vans spot signals emerging from non-paying households and the Crown has prosecuted children as young as 10.
Charles Dickens’ secret gin stash revealed in letter to his butler amid U.S. and UK ‘ginaissance’ boom
The famed novelist wrote about the evils of gin joints, but ordered his butler to keep a stash of gin punch under his dinner table and serve it only to himself and his boss.
Sudanese government has defeated a coup attempt and is sending a new leader to visit Donald Trump and the U.S. Congress.
At least six journalists have been murdered in Iraq since October and an Iran-backed militia planned to attack a U.S.-backed TV station in Baghdad.
Secret Text Messages Reveal Iran’s Covert Pressure Campaign