Europe's leaders are faced with a tough choice after Greek voters rejected austerity conditions attached to a new bailout: fundamentally alter their policies for dragging the continent back to prosperity, or lose a member of the currency union
Carli Lloyd had a hat trick as the Americans surged to a four-goal lead in the first 16 minutes, before overwhelming defending champion Japan 5-2 for their record third championship and first since 1999
Hillary Clinton accused China of "trying to hack into everything that doesn't move in America." Clinton's remarks come three months after the U.S. government learned of a "massive breach" of federal databases
Just days after she became the first black ballerina to be promoted to principal dancer at the American Ballet Theatre, Misty Copeland, a TIME 100 honoree, announced she'll be dancing the role of Ivy in On the Town on Broadway
Secretary of State John Kerry said the diplomatic efforts over Iran's nuclear program "could go either way," that is, cutting off all potential pathways for an Iranian atomic bomb or ending without a conclusive agreement
NASCAR recently asked fans to stop waving the Confederate flag, but some fans chose to wave the banner anyway, saying they object. The Civil War–era flag has been under scrutiny since last month's South Carolina church massacre
Two top astronomers say the comet that is now home to the Philae lander could also be inhabited by microbial alien life. Several characteristics of the comet are best explained by the presence of living organisms beneath its icy surface
The billion-dollar Japanese brand that sells everything from clothes to toys to girls of all ages, is coming to a theater near you. The company behind it announced plans to spend upwards of $200 million to make and release a feature film for 2019
A suicide bombing at a church in Potiskum on Sunday, and dual explosions in the central city of Jos in the early hours of Monday, have shaken Nigeria and closed a week of atrocities in the embattled country that has left more than 200 dead
Business mogul and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump said he wasn't expecting such harsh corporate backlash to his incendiary comments about Mexican immigrants. He conceded he "didn't know it was going to be quite this severe"
Jason Pierre-Paul, defensive end for the New York Giants, injured his hand while lighting fireworks at his Florida home. The burns on his palm and three fingers, along with possible nerve damage, likely will not prove "career threatening"
Burt Shavitz, of the famed all-natural Burt's Bees beauty brand, has died at the age of 80. Burt's Bees said Shavitz will be remembered as a "free-spirited Maine man, a beekeeper, a wisecracker"