The numbers are unprecedented.
Today's World Stories
In honor of World Hunger Day, some food for thought.
"FIFA is a comically grotesque organization."
You'll never complain about summer heat in America again.
After removing his turban to help a child, this man got a major reward.
They had to cross the DMZ in a bus, but they were able to make contact with women in North Korea.
A lot less food is going to go to waste in France, thanks to a unanimous decision in the French Parliament.
Thousands of workers are dying in Qatar, yet major companies like Adidas still view the World Cup as an opportunity to make bank.
This is one of the biggest victories for LGBT people in recent memory.
As if voters needed another reason to vote "yes."
The judges believed the 6-year-old victim showed "signs of a transvestite conduct."
Let the litter-shaming begin.
As the UN sets its new education agenda, there is one group of children it must not leave behind.
One of the country's biggest politicians is at the head of a major investigation.
Who knew our planet could be so beautiful?
The country is leaning towards a 'yes' vote.
This is a catastrophic defeat for the American-backed Iraqi government in Baghdad.
?Forget about the selfie stick.
A simple yet powerful change.
Everybody do your share.
Kicking ass ... and helping out.
In case you forgot how beautiful the world is ...
I feel the need ... the need for speed.
Sign us up.
Over 1,000 people are already injured.