South Korea will discuss plans for a North-South family reunion of those separated in the Korean War and other humanitarian issues with North Korea.
South Korean lawmakers propose a revised animal protection law that aims to ban killings of dogs
U.S. Forces in South Korea will leave its longtime base in central part of Seoul to a new headquarters, 70 kilometers south of the capital city next week.
South Korean police will be given an independent investigative authority with which they can investigate crimes without prosecutors’ supervision.
Beyond 2025, oil and gas production from offshore Norway will need to come from undiscovered resources if the trend line is to remain steady, a report said.
Actor Chris Pratt turns 39 and actor Juliette Lewis turns 45, among the famous birthdays for June 21.
On June 21, 2008, nearly 1,400 people, most of them on a ferry that capsized, were killed in Typhoon Fengshen in the Philippines
Peter Fonda apologized for a tweet he wrote on Wednesday that suggested President Donald Trump’s 12-year-old son should be put “in a cage with pedophiles.”
An Alabama man was sentenced to 15 years in prison and a lifetime on parole for attempting to offer material support to Islamic State.
President Trump’s assurances North Korea is no longer a nuclear threat, following his summit with Kim Jong Un, has been met with skepticism and even ridicule.
The Arizona Diamondbacks open a four-game series Thursday against the Pittsburgh Pirates.
Aaron Sanchez will likely have friends and family in the stands when the Toronto Blue Jays open a four-game series at the Los Angeles Angels on Thursday night.
The Houston Texans claimed tackle Roderick Johnson on waivers from the Cleveland Browns, the NFL’s daily transaction report revealed on Wednesday.
New York Giants general manager Dave Gettleman on Wednesday announced a series of personnel changes.
Spain won a match against Iran in the group stage of 2018 FIFA World Cup Wednesday in Kazan, Russia.
Tesla sued a former employee Wednesday for allegedly hacking its manufacturing operating system and illegally exporting company data.
Algeria will shut down the Internet at certain times of the day over the next week as the nation’s high school-age kids take their exams to prevent cheating.
Parents who take refuge in their smartphones when their kids throw a tantrum may, in the long run, make matters worse, a new study suggests.
Medications that restore normal movement in patients with Parkinson’s disease can unlock their inner demons more often than thought, a new study finds.
Obesity is no picnic for those who struggle with it, but new research sheds some light on why so few ever find their way to a healthy weight.