Senate bargainers on Sunday announced the framework of a bipartisan response to last month’s mass shootings, a noteworthy but limited breakthrough offering modest gun curbs and stepped-up efforts to improve school safety and mental health…
The Ukrainian port city of Mariupol, all but destroyed by weeks of shelling and now under Russian control, is at risk of a major cholera outbreak, the UK defence ministry says.
Experts question whether the Summit of the Americas declaration will do enough to address pressing needs in the region.
China will “not hesitate to start a war” and “smash to smithereens” any Taiwan independence efforts, its defence minister warned his US counterpart in the pair’s first face-to-face talks.
A passenger train traveling through eastern Iran struck an excavator and nearly half its cars derailed before dawn on Wednesday, killing at least 22 people and injuring 87, officials said.
The bodies of some Ukrainian fighters killed defending the key south-eastern port of Mariupol have now arrived in Kyiv, the soldiers' families say.
Turkey will be known as Türkiye at the United Nations from now on, after it agreed to a formal request from Ankara.
The first two funerals for two schoolchildren killed in the attack at a primary school in Uvalde are scheduled for Tuesday.
A jury in the United States has convicted a self-published romance novelist — who once wrote an essay titled “How to Murder Your Husband” — of fatally shooting her husband four years ago.
In the days and weeks before the second deadliest elementary school shooting in U.S. history, the accused Robb Elementary gunman appears to have sent disturbing messages -- including claims about intentions of violence at school -- to…
Fifteen people have died in a shooting at a primary school in Texas, says Governor Greg Abbott.
Russia’s foreign ministry says Moscow has imposed an entry ban on 154 members of the United Kingdom Parliament’s House of Lords in retaliation for sanctions against Russian senators.
Police say an early-morning raid in the Rio de Janeiro favela community aimed to capture leaders of the drug-trafficking group.
Thousands of photographs from the heart of China’s highly secretive system of mass incarceration in Xinjiang, as well as a shoot-to-kill policy for those who try to escape, are among a huge cache of data hacked from police computer servers…
Taiwan’s request to participate in the World Health Organization’s (WHO) annual assembly was rejected on Monday (May 23), the assembly said, in a decision that comes after diplomatic pressure from China to isolate Taiwan.