A small group of ultra-wealthy individuals could help solve world hunger with just a fraction of their net worth, says the director of the United Nations' World Food Programme.
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At least five former Trump administration staffers have voluntarily spoken with the House committee investigating the January 6 attack on the US Capitol, CNN has learned.
A Colorado rescue team has some simple advice for lost hikers or anyone else who might find themselves stranded in the mountains -- answer your phone.
Queen Elizabeth II will "regretfully" not attend a reception at next week's key climate conference in Glasgow following advice to rest, Buckingham Palace announced on Tuesday.
A New Jersey teaching assistant was suspended by the Ridgefield School District after an alleged incident last week in which a Muslim-American student claimed he was called a terrorist after asking a question during math class.
A district attorney in New Mexico hasn't ruled out criminal charges in the death of Halyna Hutchins on the "Rust" movie set, a spokesperson confirmed Tuesday, noting the shooting remains under active investigation.
As fire crews work to contain the KNP Complex Fire that has destroyed many of California's iconic sequoia trees, it has been determined that 10,000 trees are a hazard and need to be removed.
One ABC TV series has instated a new policy that will ban the use of so-called "live" weapons on set, following the fatal shooting on a movie set in New Mexico.
Brian Laundrie, who authorities had said could help fill in at least some of the blanks about what Gabby Petito's final days looked like, has been confirmed dead.
Sheriff's deputies in Houston made a horrifying discovery in an apartment Sunday: three children who they say were abandoned with the decaying body of another child inside.