A Catholic school has apologized after a group of its students harrassed a Native American elder while he was singing. The incident has been widely condemned and the videos have gone viral on social media.
The world number two has been thrashed 6-0, 6-2 by Australian Open debutante Danielle Collins. The American sets up a quarter-final clash with either compatriot Sloane Stephens or Russian Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova.
Swiss great Roger Federer denied Sunday his defeat to Greek young gun Stefanos Tsitsipas signalled a changing of the guard as he announced he will play the French Open this year for the first time since 2015.
Stefanos Tsitsipas has come from a set down to unseat reigning Australian Open champion Roger Federer. The 20-year-old 14th seed won 6-7, 7-6, 7-5, 7-6 after nearly four hours of absorbing tennis on Rod Laver Arena.
US Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi has rejected President Donald Trump's offer of temporary protection from deportation of 1 million undocumented immigrants, in exchange for the approval of funding for his Mexican border wall.
Rescuers found at least two bodies following a nighttime blaze at the French ski center of Courchevel, authorities said. Some 60 people were evacuated from the workers' accommodation center in the upscale resort.
Here are some of the stories we’ll bring you the week of January 21: Monday The World Economic Forum (WEF) annual meeting kicks off on Tuesday in the Swiss mountain resort town of Davos with a powerful line-up of global leaders, business...
Two people have been killed in a major fire at the ski resort of Courchevel in the French Alps. The pre-dawn blaze Sunday forced the evacuation of some 60 resort workers, including foreigners, from a three-storey accommodation building.
A British newspaper says a bilateral deal with Dublin to remove the contentious Brexit backstop arrangement is being planned. A parliamentary plot to take control of the withdrawal process appears to be gaining traction.
It was romance that enticed David Schaffner, 25, to leave Switzerland and move to Germany. But there’s more to like about Germany than just the love of his life. swissinfo.ch: When and why did you leave Switzerland? David Schaffner: For...