XcodeGhost, believed to have come from Chinese hackers, is the first major threat to Apple's online marketplace.
Croatia’s President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic is calling on the European Union for more help in dealing with a massive influx of refugees.
The agency's warning comes amid a public debate over whether the U.S. government should cut its funding of Planned Parenthood.
The cross-border violence comes at a time of heightened tensions amid clashes over Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa mosque.
The former Ukrainian prime minister accused her political opponents of running a racketeering operation that fed money into her prosecution.
The troubled bank is under investigation for allegations that Russian clients had laundered money worth billions of dollars through its services.
A U.S. official said that while the term did not refer to legally binding human rights, it was part of the country's efforts to push the issues onto the global stage.
The winner of a contract worth about $73 billion to build a new long-range bomber will be announced in the next few weeks, according to an Agence France-Presse report.
Croatia, which has reportedly received 13,000 refugees in the last two days, is paving the way for their westward travel.
The U.S. central bank's imminent decision on whether to increase the currently low cost of borrowing is keeping many markets on tenterhooks.
The village officials surrendered their passports and travel documents to help authorities monitor their assets.
European authorities condemned Hungary's closing its border and using "excessive force" to repel refugees with water cannons and stun grenades.
Majed Hassan Ashoor has been accused of forcibly holding two domestic helpers captive and repeatedly abusing and raping them in New Delhi, India.
Jhosivani Guerrero de la Cruz was among 43 students who were abducted and reportedly massacred last year.
Economists disagreed on whether the wage rise would cause the Bank of England to raise interest rates.
Police have arrested seven suspects in the case, one of whom led them to Anthony Kevin Morais' body Wednesday morning.
The union sought to address a two-tier wage system in which entry-level workers make less money than more experienced co-workers for the same job.
A crane collapse killed 107 people and injured over 200 less than two weeks before the beginning of the annual Hajj pilgrimage to Islam’s holiest site.
The move comes shortly ahead of a meeting of European nations seeking to establish a binding quota for the resettlement of refugees among E.U. member nations.
The controversial U.S. military airbase Futenma is deeply opposed among Okinawan natives, though the government plans to relocate it.