In our news wrap Tuesday, British Prime Minister Theresa May asked Parliament to vote for her Brexit deal or vote to leave with no deal. Failing both options, she proposed delaying the UK's EU departure until June. Also, an Australian…
The most senior Catholic cleric ever charged with child sex abuse has been convicted of molesting two choirboys moments after celebrating Mass, dealing a new blow to the Catholic hierarchy's credibility after a year of global revelations of abuse and…
By Rod McGuirk, Associated Press
In our news wrap Friday, the Trump administration began returning Central American migrants seeking legal asylum to Mexico while their cases are processed. Because the U.S. has a backlog of 800,000 asylum cases, the process can take years. Plus, signs…
Australia has decided to formally recognize west Jerusalem as Israel's capital, but won't move its embassy until there's a peace settlement between Israel and the Palestinians, Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced.
By Associated Press
In our Thursday news wrap, the Trump administration wants to roll back Obama-era mandates that require coal-burning plants to install new technology or burn natural gas, which gives off less carbon. The proposal is the latest in a series of…
By Scott Shackelford, Matthew Sussex, The Conversation
In the drumbeat of reports about Russian attempts to undermine U.S. democratic institutions with trolls, Twitter bots and cyberattacks on congressional candidates, it is easy to forget that the problem of…
By Steve Karnowski, Associated Press
The case involves a former Minneapolis police officer who fatally shot an unarmed Australian woman who had called 911 to report a possible sexual assault in the alley behind her home.
Though chances of a human collision are low, here's what to do if the Tiangong-1 lands near you -- and how you'd sue for damages.
By Associated Press
LONDON — Australia, Ireland, NATO and Moldova on Tuesday joined the wave of nations and groups expelling Russian diplomats over the nerve-agent poisoning of a former Russian spy in Britain. Russia denounced the actions as "boorish" and pledged to retaliate.
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