Republicans go after Newsom, mask mandates and critical race theory in recall debate
Iran's new president to be inaugurated amid stalled nuclear talks and hopes of Saudi detente
Ebrahim Raisi was set to be inaugurated as Iran's next president on Thursday, signaling the start of a new harder-line era that could herald major shifts in the Islamic Republic's policies at home and abroad.
Lightning strikes kill at least 16 at a wedding party in Bangladesh
The lightning struck while the group exited a boat during a thunderstorm. They were on their way to the bride's house, a government official told AFP.
10 Dead, More Than a Dozen Injured After Van Crashes on Texas Highway
Ten people were killed and 20 others were injured in the crash, Sgt. Nathan Brandley of the Texas Department of Public Safety tells PEOPLE
TikTok tests Snapchat-like 24-hour feature, reports
The reports come as Facebook's WhatsApp starts to roll out a disappearing photos and videos feature.
Fire that reached Turkey power plant contained, others burn
Huawei CFO returns to Canadian court
Landlord groups ask federal judge to halt new CDC eviction ban
Biden’s lawless eviction ban deals another blow to rule of law
A Belarusian Olympic Athlete Found Protection in Japan. Most Refugees Do Not
Mexico is suing US gun makers, arguing that millions of American guns have illegally flowed across the border and fueled homicide rates
Real estate groups ask federal court to block enforcement of CDC's new eviction moratorium
Landlords sue to stop Biden's 'nakedly political' eviction ban
Taliban Seizes Border Posts, Draining Key Afghan Income Source
Elon Musk says Walter Isaacson is writing his new biography
Canadian border staff to begin 'work-to-rule' strike Friday
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Mexico Sues Gun Companies in U.S., Accusing Them of Fueling Violence
Security tight in Indian Kashmir for 'black day' anniversary