When Alla Wagner couldn't sell her $1.5 million house, she came up with a new way to find the money and a new owner: Holding a writing contest, with her house as the prize.
Egypt's president has ordered that buildings in each area of the country must be painted in certain colors. The move is meant to improve Egypt's image, but it will be a difficult goal to meet.
Today, the US celebrates Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Dr. King's nonviolent protest methods guided his country through a very difficult period and set an example for others around the world.
An explosion at a gasoline pipeline in Mexico on Friday has killed at least 73 people and left over 70 injured. The pipeline exploded as people were trying to steal gas from the line.
On Sunday night/Monday morning, people in North and South America, as well as some parts of Europe and Africa will have a chance to see a total eclipse of a "super blood" moon.
As Australia struggles with a record-breaking heatwave, people are staying inside and finding ways to stay cool. Animals are not so lucky. Fish and bats seem to be hit the hardest.
Scientists at the University of Washington have come up with an unusual way to help farmers get information about the plants in their fields: putting sensors on the backs of bumblebees.
On Tuesday, British Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit plan was strongly defeated. As a result, the question of what will happen next between Great Britain and the European Union is as uncertain as ever.
The US has extra cheese - lots of it. Milk producers in the US are storing about 1.4 billion pounds (630 million kilograms) of cheese. That's a record amount.
When workers think they aren't being treated fairly, one way they can make their voices heard is by striking - refusing to work. Here's a look at four different groups of workers striking around the world.