The trailer for the upcoming horror film, “The Curse of La Llorona,” has people freaking out. But Mexican children have feared the story of the scary, supernatural “Weeping Woman” who snatches children for ages.
Central Americans traveling in a mass caravan have broken through a Guatemalan border fence and streamed by the thousands toward Mexican territory, defying authorities’ entreaties for an orderly migration and warnings from U.S. President Donald Trump.
Stakes in Afghanistan's parliamentary polls have never been higher coming days after a brazen insurgent attack killed a powerful police commander exposing a harrowing lack of security 17 years since a US-led coalition drove the Taliban from power.
Investigators on Friday questioned staff from the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul about the disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi and explored whether his remains could have been dumped outside the city after his suspected killing.
Voicing wake-up calls for new generations to save cinema, oceans and journalism, film director Martin Scorsese, marine biologist Sylvia A. Earle and reporter Alma Guillermoprieto were awarded Friday Spain's prestigious Princess of Asturias prizes.
A top official with a 192-country postal union says Americans can expect no international letters or packages if the Trump administration goes through with plans to pull of an international postal treaty over concerns about China.
Venezuela's chief prosecutor said he is investigating police officers who failed to keep safe an opposition politician who plunged from the 10th floor of a high-security building, even as he rejected calls for an independent probe into the death.
A Vancouver police officer scolded a mother for leaving her children, ages 3 and 6, in a hot car while she grocery shopped on the afternoon of July 3. Police said they received multiple emergency calls about two children, who were said to be in di