British Prime Minister David Cameron and Queen Elizabeth join a national minute of silence across the UK to honour 30 Britons and 8 others killed in Tunisia beach massacre a week ago.
France rejects an asylum request made by the founder of transparency website WikiLeaks, Julian Assange.
(Reuters Business Report) – Magic Mike is already looking like a huge hit for the July 4th holiday weekend, and it shouldn’t come as a surprise to social media users.
Jada Pinkett Smith holds her ground in the man’s world of “Magic Mike XXL.”
Cubans surf the web at new WI-FI hotspots throughout the island.
Dustin Brown causes huge shock as he knocks out 10th seed Rafael Nadal in four sets
Migrants camping in the French port of Calais try to board lorries to make the journey across the English Channel to Britain.
“We are thrilled with the settlement,” Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi says of the agreement with BP that addressed claims from the U.S. government and the states of Alabama, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas.
Authorities say no injuries reported at the U.S. Navy Yard in Washington after the facility was placed on lockdown following reports of a possible shooter, according to media reports.
Retired Anglican Archbishop and Nobel Peace Prize Winner, Desmond Tutu, and his wife Leah renew their wedding vows, marking 60 years of marriage.