In our news wrap Tuesday, a federal judge in Dallas rejected the National Rifle Association's bid to file for bankruptcy protection, blocking the gun rights group's effort to reorganize in Texas. Undocumented college students will now have access to COVID…
The Colonial Pipeline ransomware attack showed the vulnerability of key parts of America's critical infrastructure, and how hostile actors can exploit those weaknesses. William Brangham and investigative reporter Michael Weiss look at what role — if any — the Russian…
By William Brangham, Dan Sagalyn
Australia has been one of the most successful countries in the world at keeping COVID-19 in check. It combined strict lockdowns with consistent messages from scientists and politicians. While the daily average number of COVID-19 cases in the U.S. over…
By Nick Schifrin, Maea Lenei Buhre
The office of Colombia’s human rights ombudsman says 42 people have died during anti-government protests that began two weeks ago amid discontent fueled by growing poverty and inequality during the pandemic.
By Manuel Rueda, Associated Press
By Jeffrey Brown, Mike Fritz
Mahani Teave grew up on one of the most remote islands on Earth, but the 38-year-old pianist still found a way to bring her music to the world — and music education to Rapa Nui. Jeffrey Brown tells the story…
By Maria Cheng, Al-Hadji Kudra Maliro, Associated Press
After facing allegations that some of its staffers were involved in sexual abuse in Congo, WHO leaders said they had no further details. An AP investigation found that senior management was not only informed of alleged sexual misconduct, but was…
By Fares Akram, Josef Federman, Associated Press
A confrontation between Israel and Hamas sparked by weeks of tensions in Jerusalem is escalating. Israel unleashed new airstrikes on Gaza on Tuesday, killing a number of militants and civilians.
By Joe McDonald, Huizhong Wu, Associated Press
The number of working-age people in China fell over the past decade while the population barely grew, adding to strains in an aging society.
By Daria Litvinova, Associated Press
A gunman attacked a school Tuesday morning in the Russian city of Kazan, sending students running out of the building as smoke poured from its windows.
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