In our news wrap Friday, officials said a 16-year-old student clearly planned an attack on his Southern California high school but haven’t yet determined a motive. The suspect remains in critical condition. Also, Iraqi security forces shot and killed three…
While mass demonstrations against the government have rocked Hong Kong for months, protests in Iraq and Lebanon have unseated respective governments. People in Barcelona, Haiti and Chile have also taken to the streets with their demands. Vali Nasr, a former…
By PBS NewsHour
The Asia-Pacific summit set for Nov. 16-17 and the global climate gathering planned for Dec. 2-13 are being scrapped.
By Associated Press
Thousands of protesters crowded again into central Santiago, and one group set fire to a building that houses a fast-food restaurant and stores.
By Michael Weissenstein, Eva Vergara, Associated Press
By Jane Ferguson, Nick Schifrin
As 2019 enters its final quarter, protesters have taken to the streets in dozens of places worldwide. While circumstances differ from country to country, demonstrators are united in frustration with economic disparities -- and perceived government inaction to address them.
In our news wrap Thursday, the late Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md., lay in state in the U.S. Capitol’s Statuary Hall as fellow lawmakers, friends and families paid their respects. Leaders from both parties remembered Cummings as a man of strong…
By Eva Vergara, Luis Andres Henao, Associated Press
Chile's government said Tuesday that 15 people have been killed in five days of rioting, arson and violent clashes that have almost paralyzed the South American country and rocked its global image as the region's oasis of stability.
By David Keyton, Frank Jordans, Associated Press
The 16-year-old will attend U.N. climate summits in New York in September and Santiago, Chile, in December.
The eclipse will sweep along a path extending 6,800 miles across open waters to Chile and Argentina.
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