Extremists reportedly used such cards in preparation for the Nov. 13 attacks in Paris, according to the country’s finance minister.
Belgian police asked citizens not to tweet information about their movements. Perhaps not surprisingly, Twitter responded with pictures of cats.
In one of the biggest health care mergers ever, Pfizer says it has clinched a deal to buy Allergan for over $150 billion. Pfizer says it plans to move its headquarters to Dublin to avoid U.S. taxes.
The deal will create the world’s largest pharmaceutical company by sales, bringing together the makers of Viagra and Botox.
Salah Abdeslam, one of the main suspects of the Paris attacks, is believed to still be on the loose. Schools and universities are closed and the subway system remains shut down.
A new father embarks on another big journey: teaching at a startup charter high school in Brooklyn.
The win by Mauricio Macri ends the 12-year rule of Cristina Fernández de Kirchner’s Peronist Party. Macri, the former mayor of Buenos Aires, promised to roll back some of Kirchner’s policies.
Yazidis who refused to flee after ISIS took their villages survived on wild plants and tomato paste through a bitterly cold winter on the slopes of a mountain they consider miraculous.
Part of the cancer risk posed by eating red and processed meats is actually related to how the meat is prepared. Lower temperature, slower cooking — like baking or roasting — is a better health bet.
This Thursday, people all over the country will sit around the dinner table discussing what they’re thankful for. And being grateful may also reduce the risk of heart disease.
Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston said he’d sue if the network aired the controversial documentary The Hunting Ground, which features assault allegations against him. It aired Sunday night.
Argentines voted Sunday in what they are calling the vote of the generation. This is Argentina’s first run-off presidential election between two well-known candidates.
Belgian leaders have extended a state of emergency and lockdown for Brussels due to a threat of a “Paris-style” terrorist attack.
In an interview, Donald Trump said people in New Jersey — “where you have large Arab populations” — were cheering when the Twin Towers came down. Police, however, have said it did not happen.
Jason Rezaian has been accused by the country of espionage. A judiciary spokesman said a sentence had been handed down, but refused to say anything more.