Farage has flown in from Britain to attend Donald Trump's inauguration. The former U.K. Independence Party leader is trying to stay relevant with a call-in show on talk radio in London.
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A week after China said it was cracking down on sales of ivory, the national carrier, Air China, said it would no longer allow shark fins to be transported as cargo on its flights.
Euthanasia is illegal in South Africa, but the Nobel Peace Prize laureate has spoken out recently in support of the option to choose. He has long lived with prostate cancer.
Some companies in France have already recognized the need to reduce office intrusions into personal and family time. But others worry that the new law, which went into effect Jan. 1, may not work.
Mechanical failure is speculated as the likely cause of the Christmas plane crash that killed 92, although not all officials are ready to dismiss terrorism as a motive.
A new study tries to find out what happens when girls in the developing world are on their period. And it's complicated.
Companies in San Francisco pay six-figure salaries to entry-level tech workers. But a public university there is laying off some of its own IT staff and sending the jobs to a contractor in India.
Other countries have elected wealthy businessmen for the same reason Donald Trump won: People think they're so rich, they must be incorruptible. But in many cases, corruption and cronyism followed.
The U.S. and Pakistan have had strained relations for years. But in a phone call between Donald Trump and Pakistan's leader, the president-elect was full of effusive praise.
Leaders of Cuba's leftist allies will join Raul Castro and others at a mass rally in Havana celebrating the late Fidel Castro. On Wednesday, his ashes begin their journey to Santiago de Cuba, the birthplace of Fidel's revolution.