The Taliban launched a large-scale attack on Kunduz, one of Afghanistan’s main cities, killing at least 15 people and wounding more than 75 others, government officials said Saturday…
By Ken Moritsugu, Associated Press
Hundreds of protesters gathered behind the fire, many pointing laser beams that streaked the night sky above them.
After a contentious meeting with some of the world's wealthiest democracies last year, President Trump on Sunday made a volley of comments at the 2019 G-7 summit in France, on everything from the trade war with China to Brexit to…
The manufacturers and distributors of opioid prescription painkillers have supplied billions of pills throughout the U.S. An investigative series by The Washington Post looks at the opioid epidemic through the DEA's newly public database that tracks every pain pill sold…
By Pavni Mittal, Hari Sreenivasan
Food writer Yasmin Khan's latest release, "Zaitoun: Recipes from the Palestinian Kitchen," catalogs 80 Palestinian recipes and delves into the complexities of Palestinian culinary heritage under Israeli occupation. Hari Sreenivasan spoke with Khan about her travels through Israel, the West…
By Marco Túlio Pacheco Coelho, Michael Gavin, The Conversation
Collectively, human beings speak more than 7,000 distinct languages, and these languages are not uniformly distributed across the planet.
By Angela Charlton, Elaine Ganley, Associated Press
Paris celebrated the American soldiers, French Resistance fighters and others who liberated the City of Light from Nazi occupation exactly 75 years ago on Sunday, unleashing an eruption of kissing, dancing, tears and gratitude.
By Jon Gambrell, Josef Federman, Zeina Karam, Associated Press
From the vast deserts of Saudi Arabia to the crowded neighborhoods of Beirut, a drone war has taken flight across the wider Middle East, raising the stakes in the ongoing tensions between the U.S. and Iran.
By Fatemeh Torabi Asr, The Conversation
False stories are now spreading 10 times faster than real news and the problem of fake news seriously threatens our society.
By David McHugh, Associated Press
The global economy craves a double shot of confidence right now but the best that leaders of the Group of Seven can offer is a less intoxicating cocktail: not making things worse.
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