The Chicago Bears hired Indianapolis Colts defensive coordinator Matt Eberflus as their new head coach, the team announced.
The United States on Thursday called for the United Nations Security Council to convene to discuss Russia's threat to Ukraine.
The Standing Rock Sioux tribe will no longer act as a cooperating agency for an environmental study of the Dakota Access Pipeline, its chairwoman announced, citing insufficient response plans to a potential oil spill.
Some 100,000 people have lost their homes in Madagascar, while parts of Malawi are disaster zones.
A snap election has been called on Sunday after the national assembly rejected the government's 2022 draft budget.
Nord Stream 2 pipeline connecting Russia with Germany is a symbol of how political decisions can become toxic
Seaside resorts are always curious places during the winter, but Lubmin, on Germany's northern coast, is odder than most.For one thing, it really does feel empty.
The settlement comes as coronavirus infections in detention centers have surged since December to 3,129 — nearly 15% of the total detained population — as of Wednesday.
The British prime minister is famous for his ability to skate away from scandals large and small. But this one, over pandemic gatherings, might stick.
Public Service Loan Forgiveness launched in 2007 to help teachers, health care workers, military members and other public servants earn debt relief on their federal loans.
A local investigation into the death of a 17-year-old Georgia student who was found dead in 2013 in a rolled-up gym mat has been closed with no charges filed.
Lloyd Austin's memo comes amid condemnation of US drone attacks that killed civilians in Middle East, Afghanistan.
US rejection of top Russian security demands leaves little room for optimism, says Russia's FM Sergey Lavrov.
After deadly ISIL jailbreak in northeast Syria, rights groups warn that children detainees should be repatriated.