(PARIS) -- Notre Dame Cathedral itself is a precious landmark, but it also serves as a guardian to priceless artifacts and works of art, many of which are yet to be named and confirmed as safe following Monday night's powerful fire.
The Fr... Read More
(PARIS) -- The iconic Notre Dame Cathedral caught fire Monday and thanks to the firefighters who fought the blaze through the night, the famed cathedral is still standing today.
The fire broke out at 6:50 p.m. local time Monday and quickly... Read More
(PARIS) -- Though much of its roof is collapsed and interior decimated, the charred walls of the Notre Dame Cathedral remain standing over Paris' Seine River.
That is a testament to the '"face-to-face" battle firefighters waged through th... Read More
(PARIS) -- Political and religious leaders have led the way in expressing solidarity with the people of France as the world reflects on the images of the burning Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris.
President Emmanuel Macron of France was among... Read More
(PARIS) -- A fire has engulfed the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, one of the city's most iconic sights.
The fire began at 6:50 p.m. local time Monday, the Paris fire department said, and continued to burn hours later.
A French f... Read More
(PARIS) -- There are few monuments that are more distinctly French or more woven into the history of France than Notre Dame Cathedral.
As images of the fire ravaging through the historic church sparked outcries around the globe, people fro... Read More
(LONDON) -- After nearly seven years essentially trapped inside Ecuador's embassy in London, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange had become an expensive bother to his hosts – they wanted him out.
"They were over him, he was a big nuisan... Read More
(BANGKOK) -- Oil rig workers have rescued a dog found swimming in the Gulf of Thailand some 137 miles offshore.
The workers spotted the pup paddling near the rig Friday afternoon before it swam toward the platform and clung to a pole, Viti... Read More
President of Ecuador accuses Julian Assange of using embassy as a 'center for spying' as new footage emerges of his life inside
(LONDON) -- The president of Ecuador has claimed that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange used the London embassy that was his home for seven years as a “center for spying,” as new footage emerged of the controversial whistleblower’s l... Read More
(ROME) -- Seventy-five years after eight U.S. servicemen were summarily shot at a hermitage on the top of a mount overlooking the Italian village of Montebuono during World War II, local Italian and foreign residents came together to honor them... Read More
(AMSTERDAM) -- Amsterdam has long been held as the model for the modern sex industry, with prostitution legalized and rebranded as part of the leisure industry.
Until now, that is.
The tide is changing in the Netherlands, a smal... Read More
(MIAMI) -- An American doctor is recovering after he was shot three times during a mission trip to help schoolchildren in Haiti last week.
Dr. Doug Burbella, 58, and a group of missionaries working under Living Water Ministries were on t... Read More
(LONDON) -- It's been a little more than nine years since Chelsea Manning first contacted Wikileaks and provided Julian Assange's organization with hundreds of thousands of classified documents and a video of an Apache helicopter strike that killed I... Read More
(WASHINGTON) -- After nearly seven years holed up inside the cramped Ecuadorian Embassy in London, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is dreading the prospect of violent attacks on him in an American prison, one of his regular visitors told ABC News' "... Read More