Climate activist Greta Thunberg has been fined 2,500 Swedish krona ($240; £187) for disobeying a police order to leave a climate protest in the Swedish port of Malmö last month.
President Joe Biden has made history by nominating Admiral Lisa Franchetti to lead the US Navy, which would make her the first woman to hold the position and to serve on the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
The Russian parliament has passed a new law that bans gender reassignment surgery and changes on government documents.
Marketa Vondrousova has made history at Wimbledon by beating Ons Jabeur in the women's singles final.
In a controversial incident that's sparked a heated debate about transgender rights and personal privacy, a 16-year-old female athlete was dismissed from her swim team after expressing her discomfort about a transgender male teammate cha...
A judge in Italy has sparked uproar by ruling that groping is only a crime if it lasts more than 10 seconds.
A School Custodian's Acquittal after Groping a 17-Year-Old Student Triggers Online Protest; Court Says an Act Must Last at Least 10 Seconds to be Classified as Harassment
Noted BBC presenter is receiving treatment for severe mental health issues, as his wife appeals for privacy and an end to speculation in an official statement.
Canadian 'Swifties' express dismay as global superstar Taylor Swift omits Canada from her extensive 'Eras' tour schedule.
Silvio Berlusconi, the former Italian Prime Minister, has left a majority stake in his family's holding company, Fininvest, to his two eldest children, Marina and Pier Silvio.
In Madrid, a race took place during Pride Month celebrations in which participants, mostly men, had to wear high heels and pick up a dress and lipstick along the way.
Restrictive Laws, Financial Burdens, and Limited Access to Medical Professionals Plague Women Across the Continent
Finnish Economic Affairs Minister Vilhelm Junnila announced his resignation on Friday after a resurfaced speech from his early days as a Member of Parliament caused outrage. In the address, he suggested that Finland should support "clima...
Criticism Mounts Over Decision to Remove Journalists Advocating for Non-Biased Reporting
Aspartame - one of the most common artificial sweeteners in the world - is slated to be declared a possible carcinogen by the World Health Organization's (WHO) cancer research agency next month, according to a report.
Harvard's Prolific Behavioral Scientist, Who Championed the Study of Honesty, Faces Allegations of Data Fraud, Sending Tremors Through the Halls of Academia