Brigitte Combs was legally married at a courthouse in San Marcos, Texas, in 1984. She was barely 15, and her seven-months-pregnant stomach showed in her blue-and-white sundress. She didn’t quite understand
Scientist’s travel diaries from 1920s revealed racist attitudes including describing people who were ‘spiritless’ Chinese internet users have defended Albert Einstein’s recently published travel diaries
(CNN) — On Thursday night, a crowd gathered in Hobart, Tasmania, to watch a man be buried alive. Mike Parr was lowered into a steel chamber in the ground with only sketching materials, a book, a bucket,
U.S. military operations killed approximately 500 civilians in 2017, as President Trump took command of the Pentagon and U.S. troops pursued the Islamic State and other militants overseas, a report made
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(CNN) — Not all heroes wear capes. Kyle Richard and his friends wear SUNY Cortland football uniforms. In the summer of 2017, the current college junior went to an off-campus party in Long Island, New He
“This nation is ours, we will decide its face,” shouted a man at the funeral of Eisa Fazili in Srinagar on March 12. Fazili was one of the three militants who had been killed early that morning in a gunfight
Gizmodo reports that Google employees are enraged at the company after discovering that the AI they built is presently being used by the US Department of Defense (DoD) to analyze the massive troves of
KABUL — Taliban insurgents on Wednesday issued an extraordinary, 17,000-word appeal to the “American people,” asking them to pressure U.S. officials to end the 16-year-old conflict in Afghanistan and that
Twitter revealed to congress that Russian bots had retweeted President Trump hundreds of thousands of times between September 1st and November 15th of 2016. For more on the story here is Zachary Devita.
The president has been urging women to have three babies each, as his divided country faces a very European problem Didem Sen was living in Nişantaşı, a wealthy Istanbul neighbourhood mostly inhabited
BRUSSELS — Russian submarines have dramatically stepped up activity around undersea data cables in the North Atlantic, part of a more aggressive naval posture that has driven NATO to revive a Cold War-era
JERUSALEM — Before President Donald Trump announced nearly two weeks ago that the United States would move forward recognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, he was warned from almost all sides about political
(CNN) — Nearly a month ago, Sarah Idan was in a hand-beaded Swarovski crystal gown representing Iraq in the Miss Universe pageant. It was the first time in 45 years that Iraq had a contestant in the pageant.
Growing global tensions mean defence spending is about to hit its highest level since the Cold War peak of the Eighties. Data prepared exclusively for the Telegraph by IHS Markit Jane’s defence analysts
‘Workers have become slaves to an app,’ TUC general secretary to tell Vatican summit aimed at fostering unity in fight for economic justice The “global titans of technology” are forcing workers into a
VATICAN CITY — Religious leaders need to tell congregations that global warming can affect not just the environment, but also the spread of diseases and other threats to human health, participants said
• Suspended sentence for ex-husband and ex-lover who used nail-spiked club • Judges: ‘We read in the Bible that an adulteress should be punished with death’ Women’s rights activists have called for protests