A court official says gunmen have fired on a car in northern Kabul, killing two women judges who worked for Afghanistan’s high court and wounding the driver
Russian opposition leader Navalny again tests Kremlin: Supporters await return while officials threaten arrest
Alexei Navalny has pledged to return Sunday from Berlin, where he was treated for a near-fatal poisoning in August in Russia.
New satellite images of a refugee camp in Ethiopia’s embattled Tigray region show more than 400 structures have been badly damaged in what a research group believes is the latest intentional attack by fighters
Actor James Earl Jones turns 90 and rapper Lil Jon turns 50, among the famous birthdays for Jan. 17.
On Jan. 17, 1946, the U.N. Security Council met for the first time.
Tennis Australia says Grand Slam will begin on February 8 despite anger from players forced into hard quarantine.
Rescuers continue searching for survivors in the rubble left behind by a magnitude 6.2 quake.
A photojournalist who was in Cairo's Tahrir Square in January 2011 revisits the day he knew things had changed for good.
"Once you get behind the eight ball, it's hard to put the genie back in the bottle,” one epidemiologist said.
Federal law enforcement hasn't had to use significant legal and technical resources at its disposal because of online documentation.
Asylum seekers from Honduras are fleeing violence and economic hardship worsened by COVID-19 pandemic and recent storms.
The e-commerce workers and delivery people who kept China fed during the pandemic while making their billionaire bosses even richer are so unhappy with their pay and treatment that one just set himself on fire in protest