The process of returning Indigenous remains and cultural items to tribes is often drawn out.
India was a favored nation under Trump. Will those ties change under President Biden and what role does ambassadorial nominee Eric Garcetti play?
Ruth Pearl, who became an activist for cross-cultural understanding after her journalist son Daniel was killed by Al Qaeda in 2002, has died at 85.
By now, we all know that the Delta variant is about twice as transmissible as the original coronavirus. What exactly makes it so good at spreading?
Beef. Microchips. Infrastructure. Around the world, drought — and the flip side, floods — are coming after them all.
Democrats must contend with plunging optimism and frustration with new rules on masking and vaccinations, while Republicans risk being blamed for the large number of vaccine holdouts in their party.
The first flight of Afghan contractors landed Friday in Virginia as the administration scrambles to relocate interpreters and contractors to safety.
The Delta variant is more formidable than previously believed, due to its ability to infect and be spread by people who are vaccinated, a CDC document says.
Even before the pandemic hit, South Sudanese women were accustomed to building lives on the edge of uncertainty.
Los clavadistas olímpicos experimentan muchas de las mismas lesiones que afectan a los atletas de deportes de contacto más tradicionales, y el dolor comienza antes de tocar el agua.
Whatever the conservative Supreme Court justices think of abortion rights, they should not countenance a case that demeans and trivializes 50 years of jurisprudence.
Drought has brought Lake Mead's water levels to record lows. That's bad news for tens of millions of people.
Olympic divers experience many of the same injuries that affect athletes of more traditional contact sports, and the pain begins before they hit the water.
The pandemic made the poor of Latin America poorer and set back a fledgling middle class throughout the region, threatening a generation.
President Biden says he will require federal workers to wear masks and get tested regularly for the coronavirus if they're not vaccinated.
Thrust into the spotlight, Belarus politician Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya says she's not 'that important,' but her country's fate is.
The Senate approved the first procedural hurdle to passing a major piece of President Biden's infrastructure plan.
Biden made adherence to COVID guidelines a cornerstone of his campaign to defeat Trump. He beat Trump, but beating the pandemic may be harder.
Drought in the American Southwest is hurting saguaro cactuses and Joshua trees. And here come laws against ornamental lawns.
Biden's performance rating slips among Californians in the poll, but his overall approval is strong and support for his spending plans is even higher.
Henan adheres to a familiar formula in Xi Jinping's China: Authorities turn tragedy into triumph, while controlling victims' narratives.
Millions of domestic workers in Indonesia risk abuse in a job dismissed as "women's work." A law designed to protect them has languished for 17 years.
He has never held elective office and was little known until a few months ago. Now Pedro Castillo must govern a divided nation.
Four Capitol and Metropolitan Police Department officers on Tuesday recounted their experience fighting off the Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol.
Rules and guidance about face masks have changed throughout the pandemic. Here's how the CDC's advice has evolved.