Photos show the massive far-right protest in Warsaw on Polish Independence Day

The gathering was possibly the biggest gathering of far-right extremists in the world.

Free skydiving and tattoos? 7 cool, ahead-of-the-curve benefits you’ll wish your employer offered

Want your boss to pay you to go skydiving or let you work in Paris? Here are some of the most unusual but awesome employee perks you can get.

DOJ charges 412 people for involvement in health care fraud and “opioid scams”

Those facing charges include six doctors in Michigan who plotted to prescribe unneeded opioids.

Delta flight reportedly forced to turn around after a man assaulted a flight attendant

The first-class passenger attacked a crew member 45 minutes into the flight.

British police find the final “visible human remains” in Grenfell Tower fire

At least 80 people are dead, or missing and presumed dead.

There are 300 ISIS fighters still in Mosul, Iraqi commander says

ISIS still controls a small enclave in Mosul's Old City.


German Bus Crash: 18 feared dead and dozens injured after fiery accident

At least 30 other people sustained injuries.

US military officials seek to delay allowing transgender people to enlist

The U.S. military was given until July 1, 2017, to begin allowing transgender people to enlist.

Twin bombings in Pakistan market kill at least 15

This story is breaking.

Brussels train station bomber had Islamic State ties, prosecutors say

The attacker also had "chemicals and materials" to make explosives, they said.

Prince Philip admitted to London hospital, Buckingham Palace says

Philip is reportedly "in good spirits."


A lost collection of Nazi artifacts was just found in a hidden room in Argentina

It's the largest collection of Nazi artifacts ever discovered in Argentina.

Police: "No indication whatsoever" of terrorism in Amsterdam car crash that injured 8

The crash occurred outside Amsterdam Central Station.

Kabul Bombing Update: Latest death toll and reactions from around the world

At least 90 people have been confirmed dead in the large-scale attack.

Why is Lebanon trying to ban 'Wonder Woman'?

Lebanon is seeking to ban 'Wonder Woman' because Gal Gadot is Israeli.

Pig body parts on 9 5-foot-tall spikes found in future mosque site in Germany

Before this attack, anti-mosque protesters put up Christian crosses on the adjacent lot of the mosque.


Protesters fill Texas Capitol to fight SB4, the state's new anti-sanctuary cities law

Hundreds of people entered the Texas House Monday to protest SB4, an anti-sanctuary cities bill.

Mississippi Shooting: Police say 8 are dead, suspect is in custody following shooting

Eight have died in the Mississippi shooting.

US officials accuse Assad regime of killing thousands of Syrians, burning their bodies

Syrian military forces are hanging 50 prisoners a day and burning bodies to cover it up, according to the State Department.

Trump administration seeks evidence of crimes committed by Haitians in the US

The information could be used to determine if Haitian immigrants are eligible for humanitarian programs.

Southwest Airlines will stop overbooking flights

No more being asked to leave your Southwest flight.


Paris Shooting Update: What we know about suspected shooter in terrorist attack

Here's what we know about the suspected Paris shooter.

A hunter in Montana accidentally discovered this prehistoric sea monster

It was a carnivorous sea creature with a tiny head and large, paddle-shaped limbs.

A "swarm" of icebergs in the Atlantic is interrupting shipping routes

Chunks of the Greenland ice sheet are getting in the way of ships.

Syria gas attack: Number of dead in Khan Sheikhoun rises to 58, activist group says

The chemical attack on Khan Shaykhun has claimed 58 lives, according to local activists.

Report: North Carolina's "bathroom bill" will cost the state $3.8 billion in lost business

HB2 has reportedly resulted in billions of dollars in lost revenue for North Carolina.


The Trump administration is delaying listing this bumblebee as officially endangered

The new administration is panning out to be a literal buzzkill.

Finland is trying out basic income for some citizens

Finland will give out $587 a month to citizens to use on whatever they want.

More Americans are applying to college in Canada after Trump's win

American applications to the University of Toronto are up 70% compared to the same time last year.

Tax breaks are reportedly helping alt-right hate groups disseminate racial propaganda

White supremacist groups and their donors are reportedly getting a big tax perk from the IRS.