A Democratic-aligned group has launched a digital ad campaign targeting Republican representatives whose districts went for President Biden in 2020.
Egypt is concerned that Ethiopia is using water from the Nile to fill its giant Renaissance dam.
Around 75 crocodiles escaped from a breeding farm after typhoon Haikui caused flooding in Guangdong.
Google has grabbed a 90 percent market share in search in the US in recent years.
Rescue efforts could be complicated by the fact that Libya has two rival governments to the east and the west.
Cow vigilante has been arrested for allegedly uploading 'objectionable and inflammatory' posts under fictitious name.
Expansion of industrial-scale mines has led to forced evictions, Amnesty International says.
The flooding caused by Storm Daniel has been particularly acute in the city of Derna with government estimating that up to 9,000 people are missing.
Following eight months of street protests, the issues are now distilled into legal arguments over the division of powers in a country with no written constitution.
Annual wage growth of British workers remained unchanged at 7.8% in the three months to the end of July compared with the previous quarter, its highest level since records began 22 years ago.
Many heart attack and stroke survivors revert to bad habits, even though their bodies gave them a stern warning about the need to take risk-reduction measures, cardiologists and other medical professionals say.
Authorities in Pennsylvania's Chester County said early Tuesday that officers were in pursuit of Danelo Cavalcante, an escaped convicted murderer who has led police on a nearly two-week manhunt.
Iranian president says Tehran will spend $6 billion released in prisoner exchange “wherever we need it”
In an exclusive interview with NBC News' Lester Holt, Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi said his government will spend $6 billion in funds that will be released as part a prisoner exchange with the U.S. "wherever we need it."
Kim Jong Un has arrived in Russia for an expected meeting with President Vladimir Putin amid concerns that he is considering aiding Moscow’s war in Ukraine.
The US has authorised updated COVID vaccines that target a recently circulating Omicron variant.
As Libya wakes up after a disastrous day of flooding from Storm Daniel, estimates of those dead and missing are rising.
The North Korean leader's olive green train is equipped with attack weapons and a helicopter for escape.