A mother of two defied village tradition and cast her vote in local elections on Thursday. "It was necessary because it is a women's right," she says. But now she and her husband fear for their lives.
When Thanksgiving comes during an election season, dinner table conversations can get contentious. We check in with Miss Manners to learn how we might get through the holiday without a family feud.
With Brussels now at a Level 4 terror alert, the city has been declared to face a "serious and imminent" threat. Large public events are now being limited, and the city's metro system is closed.
Facebook is making break-ups a little easier with a new feature that allows people to choose just how much of their ex's profile they want to see.
NPR's Scott Simon and ESPN.com's Howard Bryant talk retirement news for David Ortiz, Tony Romo's broken clavicle and Bryce Harper's new MVP status.
The ISIS attacks in Paris and recent arrest by German police of migrants who were wrongly accused of being involved have Syrian refugees fearing they will no longer be welcome in Germany.
Several Republican candidates addressed a forum in Iowa Friday night hosted by the Family Leader, an influential evangelical organization.
Betamax lost the format war to VHS in the 1980s, but Sony never stopped manufacturing the tapes. Now Sony says it will stop making Betamax next spring.
The latest news from Paris, just over a week since the attacks that left 130 people dead.
A Seattle businessman left most of his fortune to a blindness organization he never contacted in life. Why the gift? Maybe, the evidence hints, to help others take the psychological leap he couldn't.
If the polls are correct, Mauricio Macri will be Argentina's next president. The election of the pro-business mayor of Buenos Aires would be another sign Latin America's "pink tide" may be receding.