Geert Wilders is the leader of the Party for Freedom, a far-right opposition party currently ahead in the polls.
The Bank of Canada is honoring Viola Desmond, who's best known for sitting in the "whites only" section of a Nova Scotia theater in 1946.
Park Geun-hye's powers were suspended immediately after the vote, and South Korea's prime minister will take over as acting president.
The U.S. is approaching $20 trillion in national debt. That money is divided between domestic and foreign holdings.
Gustavo Vargas was interviewed by Bolivian authorities about the plane crash that killed almost all members of Chapecoense.
Jayaram Jayalalithaa helped fund food canteens, gave away food mixers and provided free laptops to school children.
A group of 20 co-workers shared their winning Powerball story at Tennessee Lottery Headquarters Tuesday morning. The group, now known as…
"Fake news" shared on social media and how much it influenced voters' decisions has been increasingly debated since Election Day.
An arrest has been made in connection to recent reports of a loud horn being blasted in the Los Angeles-area beach community of El Segundo.
Airline travelers took to social media on Friday to air concerns over system outages impacting their travel plans.
Former Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa is running for California governor.
Many stores and restaurants are offering deals and giveaways for former and active military members on Veterans Day.