U.S. federal prosecutors are seeking to seize four tankers they say are sailing toward Venezuela with 1.1 million barrels of gasoline supplied by Iran.
By Mary Clare Jalonick, Matthew Daly, Associated Press
CIA Director Gina Haspel and Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe are meeting Thursday with the so-called "gang of eight" of top lawmakers on Capitol Hill.
By Jim Mustian, Larry Neumeister, Associated Press
An indictment made public Thursday said Maxwell facilitated Epstein's crimes by "helping Epstein to recruit, groom, and ultimately abuse" girls as young as 14.
By David Rising, Jake Coyle, Associated Press
The United States and South Africa have both reported record new daily coronavirus infections.
By Zaw Moe Htet, Pyae Sone Win, Associated Press
At least 123 people were killed Thursday in a landslide at a jade mine in northern Myanmar.
In our news wrap Wednesday, Seattle police cleared protesters from a so-called “occupied zone” near the city’s downtown. Violence had flared there recently, with two people killed and six others wounded in shootings. Also, lawmakers in New York City agreed…
Initial results from Russia’s election indicate it will pave the way for President Vladimir Putin to retain power until 2036. Polls closed Wednesday after seven days of voting on a package of constitutional changes, including those that could allow Putin…
By Nick Schifrin
In Hong Kong, a new set of national security laws imposed by the central government in Beijing has gone into effect. The legislation restricts many freedoms enjoyed in the semi-autonomous territory, ushering in a new and ominous era for the…
By María Verza, Christopher Sherman, Associated Press
Mexico’s health system has so far not been overwhelmed by the coronavirus pandemic, mostly because the country chose early on to invest in expanding hospital beds.
By Vladimir Isachenkov, Daria Litvinova, Associated Press
Russian election officials say a majority of voters have approved amendments to constitution that would allow President Vladimir Putin to stay in power until 2036. But the weeklong balloting was tarnished by widespread reports of pressure on voters and other…
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