The Australian prime minister's threat to "shirtfront" Russia's president during an international summit this month has prompted a dictionary to broaden its definition of the word beyond an illegal football maneuver.
Nestled in President Barack Obama's plan to overhaul aspects of the US immigration system are tweaks to rules for high-skilled workers long frustrated with hurdles to getting work or residency approval.
South Korea's Education Minister apologized and the Head of the National Exam Board resigned on Monday after accepting that there were errors in two questions in the country's cutthroat college entrance test.
British police have foiled four or five suspected terror plots this year, the country's most senior police officer said on Sunday ahead of a week-long campaign to enlist the public's help in countering the threat.
After a fourth straight night of low-level protests in Ferguson, Missouri, anxious residents still did not know on Sunday when a grand jury would return a decision on whether to charge a white policeman who shot an unarmed black teen to death this summer.