Here are the top 20 countries based on happiness and satisfaction in life from the 2013 World Happiness Report
Discovered off the remote Indonesian Island of Halmahera, the new species of epaulette shark forages for food using its pectoral and pelvic fins to walk across reefs or along the sea floor. It's a small shark that inhabits a narrow range in shallow water, feeding on smaller fish and crustaceans. ...
The aftershock of Japan’s disastrous earthquake and tsunami can still be felt by the continuous cleanup at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. Two years of nuclear runoff spilling into the ocean have caused environmental activist Joe Martino to warn: “Your days of eating Pacific Ocean fish are over. His choice ...
Demonstrations across Turkey were ignited by a violent police crackdown on a peaceful sit-in to prevent the uprooting of trees at Istanbul's Taksim Square.
The rising tension between North and South Korea escalate.
Here are some scenes from Easter Sunday around the world.
People from all over the world celebrate St. Patrick's Day
A look back at the destruction and subsequent recovery from the 2011 Tohoku earthquake and tsunami in Japan.
Planning and preparation start weeks before the four-day Carnival weekend that is one of the biggest events in Brazil.
Susan Paola Fadel Correia told police she was held captive by three men, but eventually admitted she lied because she hadn't finished her coursework.