The Caucasus resort's chairlift switched to reverse at high speeds as mangled carriers piled up at the terminal.
Police say there is no evidence linking the businessman's London death to the poisoning of a former Russian spy and his daughter.
Avoiding one-on-one time with women in a country with a huge gender wage gap is not progress.
Weeks after Francis condemned the spread of fake news, the Vatican releases a digitally altered photo.
City councilwoman Marielle Franco was a symbol of hope for Rio's poorest residents.
The country's law has become a tool to prosecute rather than protect sex workers.
Jacob Zuma, who was forced to resign last month, was charged with corruption over a $2.5 billion state arms deal.
A combat photographer reflects on his gripping photos of the My Lai Massacre 50 years later.
Voter apathy is high and the opposition movement continues to gather steam.
There's no proof the official code name for the war was ever "OIL."
Moscow has also not ruled out extra measures in response to new sanctions for allegedly interfering in U.S. elections and cyber attacks, which Russia denies.
Rescue teams are currently responding to the scene, the military said in a statement.
“The administration is confronting and countering malign Russian cyber activity," Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin said.