Cuban firefighters have been joined by special teams sent by Mexico and Venezuela as they battle for a second day to control a fire blazing at a big oil tank farm
A London museum has agreed to return a collection of Benin Bronzes looted in the late 19th century from what is now Nigeria as cultural institutions throughout Britain come under pressure to repatriate artifacts acquired during the colonial era
Brazilians go to the polls in October, and they´ll have a choice between reelecting Jair Bolsonaro, or bringing back former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva
Police have detained dozens of people in Indian-controlled Kashmir as they dispersed Shiite Muslims who attempted to participate in processions marking the Muslim month of Muharram
Zelensky criticizes Amnesty International as fighting escalates around Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky criticized the human rights organization Amnesty International on Saturday as fighting escalated around the Zaporizhzhia Power Plant.
A caravan of four ships carrying grain and corn products left Ukraine on Sunday, adding relief to the looming global hunger crisis.
The U.S. Senate passed a procedural vote Saturday to advance the Inflation Reduction Act, which aims to reduce the federal deficit and lower healthcare costs as well as measures to combat climate change.
Democratic hopefuls in Wisconsin see abortion as the issue that will carry them to election wins in November, but efforts to reach Black voters on the topic are sparse
The president was headed to a reunion with first lady Jill Biden in Delaware.
Rockets rained down near west Jerusalem Sunday after Israel's military killed the second senior commander of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad group in three days.
Britney Spears responds to Kevin Federline after he made claims about her relationship with their two teen sons
Britney Spears is responding to recent claims made by her ex-husband, Kevin Federline.
Ukraine's state nuclear power company Energoatom said on Sunday that a worker was wounded when Russian forces again shelled the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant, the biggest in Europe,
President Joe Biden was officially cleared to emerge from isolation Sunday after a second negative Covid-19 test, his physician announced.
A bipartisan pair of senators has called on the Biden administration to designate Russia as a state sponsor of terrorism in response to its invasion of Ukraine, saying they would push Congress to pass a bill issuing the designation "whether or not" it had
The Democratic-backed bill known as the Inflation Reduction Act would represent the largest climate investment in US history. It would also make major changes to health care policy and impose new taxes to pay for it. Read the bill:
Ukrainian medical students start training at one of UK’s top universities after fleeing war-torn country
A group of Ukrainian medical students have been welcomed by one of the UK's top universities to continue their training after fleeing their war-torn country.The 20 students from the bombarded
A second senior Islamic Jihad commander has been killed in an Israeli airstrike as a surge of fighting continues in Gaza. The Palestinian Islamic Jihad militant group said the man