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Teenage girls' education, ‘an indispensable foundation’ for achieving development goals: Guterres Promoting education for adolescent girls is an “indispensable foundation for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals”, Secretary-General António ...

Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

Escalating Burkina Faso violence brings wider Sahel displacement emergency into focus Deadly attacks on villages in Burkina Faso have forced 150,000 people to flee in just the last three weeks, the UN refugee agency (UNHCR) said on Fri...

UN chief welcomes South Sudan’s Unity government, lauds parties for ‘significant achievement’ United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres welcomed on Saturday the establishment of the Transitional Government of National Unity (TGoNU) in ...

Warmest January Ever Puts 2020 on Track to Be One of Top 10 Hottest Years Global average temperatures for the month were 2.05 degrees Fahrenheit above average and slightly higher than in January 2016, the previous record-ho...

Protecting migratory species in a rapidly changing world Many animals – including birds, fish and mammals – migrate along set routes in search of food or breeding grounds. How best to protect them in a rapi...

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy to undergo surgery to remove likely cancerous tumor New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy will undergo surgery to remove a likely cancerous kidney tumor, he announced Saturday. Murphy, 62, told NJ Advance Media ...

At Stockholm road safety summit, UN officials join global call to end ‘scourge’ of preventable deaths Road traffic accidents take some 1.35 million lives every year and cost most countries three per cent of their gross domestic product, the top UN hea...

Model Says Photographer Hid Camera Inside Her Bathroom: 'It Literally Made Me Sick' Zoe Klopfer alleges a photographer she knew placed a hidden camera designed to look like an iPhone charger in her bathroom and recorded videos of her...

Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

How Trump Hollowed Out US National Security Acting director of national intelligence Richard Grenell is just the latest in a cascade of temporary or vacant personnel in critical government posi...

Model Says Photographer Hid Camera Inside Her Bathroom: 'It Literally Made Me Sick' Zoe Klopfer alleges a photographer she knew placed a hidden camera designed to look like an iPhone charger in her bathroom and recorded videos of her...

At Stockholm road safety summit, UN officials join global call to end ‘scourge’ of preventable deaths Road traffic accidents take some 1.35 million lives every year and cost most countries three per cent of their gross domestic product, the top UN hea...

Model Says Photographer Hid Camera Inside Her Bathroom: 'It Literally Made Me Sick' Zoe Klopfer alleges a photographer she knew placed a hidden camera designed to look like an iPhone charger in her bathroom and recorded videos of her...

UN must continue to be a forum for dialogue on decolonization: Guterres With 17 non-self-governing territories remaining worldwide, the United Nations must continue to be the place where their concerns can be heard, the S...

Tapas Pal Could Never Shake Off Character He Played In His First Film Bengali actor-politician Tapas Pal, who died of a cardiac arrest at 61, will be remembered as Kedar Chatterjee. That is the name of the character the...

Teenage girls' education, ‘an indispensable foundation’ for achieving development goals: Guterres Promoting education for adolescent girls is an “indispensable foundation for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals”, Secretary-General António ...

UN launches new project to address link between terrorism, arms and crime Cheap and easily accessible small arms are increasingly becoming the “weapon of choice” for many terrorist groups, the UN counter-terrorism chief tol...

Teenage girls' education, ‘an indispensable foundation’ for achieving development goals: Guterres Promoting education for adolescent girls is an “indispensable foundation for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals”, Secretary-General António ...

Climate activist convicted for Credit Suisse red paint protest A climate change protester who smeared red paint on the window of a Credit Suisse bank branch has been ordered to pay more than $2,000 in damages aft...

Situation in central Mali ‘deteriorating’ as violence, impunity rise, UN rights expert warns The growing violence has contributed to a deteriorating security situation in central Mali, with impunity being one of the aggravating factors, an in...

UN chief appeals for end to Syria’s ‘man-made humanitarian nightmare’ In a tersely delivered statement on Friday, the UN Secretary-General appealed for an end to the “man-made humanitarian nightmare” currently unfolding...

Warmest January Ever Puts 2020 on Track to Be One of Top 10 Hottest Years Global average temperatures for the month were 2.05 degrees Fahrenheit above average and slightly higher than in January 2016, the previous record-ho...

Teenage girls' education, ‘an indispensable foundation’ for achieving development goals: Guterres Promoting education for adolescent girls is an “indispensable foundation for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals”, Secretary-General António ...

Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

Escalating Burkina Faso violence brings wider Sahel displacement emergency into focus Deadly attacks on villages in Burkina Faso have forced 150,000 people to flee in just the last three weeks, the UN refugee agency (UNHCR) said on Fri...

UN chief welcomes South Sudan’s Unity government, lauds parties for ‘significant achievement’ United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres welcomed on Saturday the establishment of the Transitional Government of National Unity (TGoNU) in ...

Warmest January Ever Puts 2020 on Track to Be One of Top 10 Hottest Years Global average temperatures for the month were 2.05 degrees Fahrenheit above average and slightly higher than in January 2016, the previous record-ho...

Protecting migratory species in a rapidly changing world Many animals – including birds, fish and mammals – migrate along set routes in search of food or breeding grounds. How best to protect them in a rapi...

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy to undergo surgery to remove likely cancerous tumor New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy will undergo surgery to remove a likely cancerous kidney tumor, he announced Saturday. Murphy, 62, told NJ Advance Media ...

At Stockholm road safety summit, UN officials join global call to end ‘scourge’ of preventable deaths Road traffic accidents take some 1.35 million lives every year and cost most countries three per cent of their gross domestic product, the top UN hea...

Model Says Photographer Hid Camera Inside Her Bathroom: 'It Literally Made Me Sick' Zoe Klopfer alleges a photographer she knew placed a hidden camera designed to look like an iPhone charger in her bathroom and recorded videos of her...

Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

End hostilities, ‘preserve lives’: UN refugee chief makes appeal for people trapped in Syria’s Idlib As the already dire situation in north-west Syria dramatically continues to worsen in Idlib province, the head of the United Nations refugee agency c...

‘Deliberate starvation’ tactics used in South Sudan could be a war crime The people of South Sudan have been “deliberately starved” in different parts of the country for ethnic and political reasons, and sexual violence ag...

Trae Young Charged With Assault, Felony Elder Abuse for Filthy Crossover on Andre Iguodala Contrary to popular belief, NBA players aren’t superhuman; they need a breather to recharge their minds and bodies just like everyone else. So with t...

Model Says Photographer Hid Camera Inside Her Bathroom: 'It Literally Made Me Sick' Zoe Klopfer alleges a photographer she knew placed a hidden camera designed to look like an iPhone charger in her bathroom and recorded videos of her...

Should animals with human genes or organs be given human rights? Gene-edited pigs and brain implants are blurring the lines of what it means to be human, so our morals and laws may need to change to include beings ...

Escalating Burkina Faso violence brings wider Sahel displacement emergency into focus Deadly attacks on villages in Burkina Faso have forced 150,000 people to flee in just the last three weeks, the UN refugee agency (UNHCR) said on Fri...

UN launches new project to address link between terrorism, arms and crime Cheap and easily accessible small arms are increasingly becoming the “weapon of choice” for many terrorist groups, the UN counter-terrorism chief tol...

Situation in central Mali ‘deteriorating’ as violence, impunity rise, UN rights expert warns The growing violence has contributed to a deteriorating security situation in central Mali, with impunity being one of the aggravating factors, an in...

UConn Students Argue Their First Amendment Right to Say the N-Word I think it’s safe to argue there is no more racist person than an early 20s white kid all hopped up on Adderall, Prager U videos and Ben Shapiro podc...

Daily on Energy: Democrats vie for Nevada caucusgoers invested in curbing climate change Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

Model Says Photographer Hid Camera Inside Her Bathroom: 'It Literally Made Me Sick' Zoe Klopfer alleges a photographer she knew placed a hidden camera designed to look like an iPhone charger in her bathroom and recorded videos of her...

At Stockholm road safety summit, UN officials join global call to end ‘scourge’ of preventable deaths Road traffic accidents take some 1.35 million lives every year and cost most countries three per cent of their gross domestic product, the top UN hea...

Model Says Photographer Hid Camera Inside Her Bathroom: 'It Literally Made Me Sick' Zoe Klopfer alleges a photographer she knew placed a hidden camera designed to look like an iPhone charger in her bathroom and recorded videos of her...

UN must continue to be a forum for dialogue on decolonization: Guterres With 17 non-self-governing territories remaining worldwide, the United Nations must continue to be the place where their concerns can be heard, the S...

Tapas Pal Could Never Shake Off Character He Played In His First Film Bengali actor-politician Tapas Pal, who died of a cardiac arrest at 61, will be remembered as Kedar Chatterjee. That is the name of the character the...

Teenage girls' education, ‘an indispensable foundation’ for achieving development goals: Guterres Promoting education for adolescent girls is an “indispensable foundation for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals”, Secretary-General António ...

UN launches new project to address link between terrorism, arms and crime Cheap and easily accessible small arms are increasingly becoming the “weapon of choice” for many terrorist groups, the UN counter-terrorism chief tol...

Teenage girls' education, ‘an indispensable foundation’ for achieving development goals: Guterres Promoting education for adolescent girls is an “indispensable foundation for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals”, Secretary-General António ...

Climate activist convicted for Credit Suisse red paint protest A climate change protester who smeared red paint on the window of a Credit Suisse bank branch has been ordered to pay more than $2,000 in damages aft...

Situation in central Mali ‘deteriorating’ as violence, impunity rise, UN rights expert warns The growing violence has contributed to a deteriorating security situation in central Mali, with impunity being one of the aggravating factors, an in...

UN chief appeals for end to Syria’s ‘man-made humanitarian nightmare’ In a tersely delivered statement on Friday, the UN Secretary-General appealed for an end to the “man-made humanitarian nightmare” currently unfolding...

Warmest January Ever Puts 2020 on Track to Be One of Top 10 Hottest Years Global average temperatures for the month were 2.05 degrees Fahrenheit above average and slightly higher than in January 2016, the previous record-ho...

Quaden Bayles: Hugh Jackman, Megyn Kelly send support to bullied boy after viral video Hugh Jackman, Jeffrey Dean Morgan and more stars are reaching out to an Australian boy after a viral video showed the devastating impact of bullying....

City of Saskatoon looking to find best ways to divert food waste A food waste protection project is one of five collaborative research projects between the City of Saskatoon and University of Saskatchewan receiving...

Radioactive material ‘a magnet for groups with malicious intent’, warns UN nuclear watchdog chief Government ministers and other high-level representatives from more than 140 countries, on Monday adopted a new declaration to enhance global nuclear...

Radioactive material ‘a magnet for groups with malicious intent’, warns UN nuclear watchdog chief Government ministers and other high-level representatives from more than 140 countries, on Monday adopted a new declaration to enhance global nuclear...

Haitian leaders urged to end political impasse Leaders in Haiti must step up and end the political impasse between President Jovenel Moïse and a surging opposition movement that has paralyzed the ...

At Stockholm road safety summit, UN officials join global call to end ‘scourge’ of preventable deaths Road traffic accidents take some 1.35 million lives every year and cost most countries three per cent of their gross domestic product, the top UN hea...

Protecting migratory species in a rapidly changing world Many animals – including birds, fish and mammals – migrate along set routes in search of food or breeding grounds. How best to protect them in a rapi...

End hostilities, ‘preserve lives’: UN refugee chief makes appeal for people trapped in Syria’s Idlib As the already dire situation in north-west Syria dramatically continues to worsen in Idlib province, the head of the United Nations refugee agency c...

Protecting migratory species in a rapidly changing world Many animals – including birds, fish and mammals – migrate along set routes in search of food or breeding grounds. How best to protect them in a rapi...

End hostilities, ‘preserve lives’: UN refugee chief makes appeal for people trapped in Syria’s Idlib As the already dire situation in north-west Syria dramatically continues to worsen in Idlib province, the head of the United Nations refugee agency c...

‘Deliberate starvation’ tactics used in South Sudan could be a war crime The people of South Sudan have been “deliberately starved” in different parts of the country for ethnic and political reasons, and sexual violence ag...

Trae Young Charged With Assault, Felony Elder Abuse for Filthy Crossover on Andre Iguodala Contrary to popular belief, NBA players aren’t superhuman; they need a breather to recharge their minds and bodies just like everyone else. So with t...

Model Says Photographer Hid Camera Inside Her Bathroom: 'It Literally Made Me Sick' Zoe Klopfer alleges a photographer she knew placed a hidden camera designed to look like an iPhone charger in her bathroom and recorded videos of her...

Should animals with human genes or organs be given human rights? Gene-edited pigs and brain implants are blurring the lines of what it means to be human, so our morals and laws may need to change to include beings ...

Escalating Burkina Faso violence brings wider Sahel displacement emergency into focus Deadly attacks on villages in Burkina Faso have forced 150,000 people to flee in just the last three weeks, the UN refugee agency (UNHCR) said on Fri...

UN launches new project to address link between terrorism, arms and crime Cheap and easily accessible small arms are increasingly becoming the “weapon of choice” for many terrorist groups, the UN counter-terrorism chief tol...

Situation in central Mali ‘deteriorating’ as violence, impunity rise, UN rights expert warns The growing violence has contributed to a deteriorating security situation in central Mali, with impunity being one of the aggravating factors, an in...

UConn Students Argue Their First Amendment Right to Say the N-Word I think it’s safe to argue there is no more racist person than an early 20s white kid all hopped up on Adderall, Prager U videos and Ben Shapiro podc...

Daily on Energy: Democrats vie for Nevada caucusgoers invested in curbing climate change Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

2020’s ‘wind of madness’ indicates growing instability: UN chief Rising instability and unpredictable geopolitical tensions have led to a “wind of madness” across the world, Secretary-General António Guterres said ...

UN rights experts ‘gravely’ concerned at spike in civilian casualties in north-west Myanmar following internet shutdown Independent UN human rights experts on Tuesday voiced grave concern over the killing and displacement of civilians in north-west Myanmar during the i...

Signal Is Finally Bringing Its Secure Messaging to the Masses The encryption app is putting a $50 million infusion from WhatsApp cofounder Brian Acton to good use, building out features to help it go mainstream....

Alleged Saudi Bezos hack sends shockwaves Research: Likely Iranian hackers probably breached European energy org — Surveys shine light on widespread phishing, government contractor cybersecur...

2020’s ‘wind of madness’ indicates growing instability: UN chief Rising instability and unpredictable geopolitical tensions have led to a “wind of madness” across the world, Secretary-General António Guterres said ...

Teenage girls' education, ‘an indispensable foundation’ for achieving development goals: Guterres Promoting education for adolescent girls is an “indispensable foundation for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals”, Secretary-General António ...

Should animals with human genes or organs be given human rights? Gene-edited pigs and brain implants are blurring the lines of what it means to be human, so our morals and laws may need to change to include beings ...

Millions of children and families in Niger struggle as humanitarian needs mount – UNICEF Malnutrition, disease, floods, droughts and displacement in Niger have put nearly three million people, more than half of them children, in need of h...

Washington state takes bold step to restrict companies from bottling local water State senate passes bill to ban new permits for water bottling operations, calling process ‘detrimental to public welfare’Washington has taken a majo...

Teenage girls' education, ‘an indispensable foundation’ for achieving development goals: Guterres Promoting education for adolescent girls is an “indispensable foundation for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals”, Secretary-General António ...

Should animals with human genes or organs be given human rights? Gene-edited pigs and brain implants are blurring the lines of what it means to be human, so our morals and laws may need to change to include beings ...

Colorado River flow shrinks from climate crisis, risking ‘severe water shortages’ Millions of people rely on the 1,450-mile waterway as increasing periods of drought and rising temperatures reduce flow of riverThe flow of the Color...

Warmest January Ever Puts 2020 on Track to Be One of Top 10 Hottest Years Global average temperatures for the month were 2.05 degrees Fahrenheit above average and slightly higher than in January 2016, the previous record-ho...

Signal Is Finally Bringing Its Secure Messaging to the Masses The encryption app is putting a $50 million infusion from WhatsApp cofounder Brian Acton to good use, building out features to help it go mainstream....

End hostilities, ‘preserve lives’: UN refugee chief makes appeal for people trapped in Syria’s Idlib As the already dire situation in north-west Syria dramatically continues to worsen in Idlib province, the head of the United Nations refugee agency c...

Rapper Pop Smoke dead at 20; music world mourns 'unexpected and tragic loss' New York rapper Pop Smoke was shot and killed in a home invasion Wednesday morning, according to reports.        ...

Teenage girls' education, ‘an indispensable foundation’ for achieving development goals: Guterres Promoting education for adolescent girls is an “indispensable foundation for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals”, Secretary-General António ...

Alleged Saudi Bezos hack sends shockwaves Research: Likely Iranian hackers probably breached European energy org — Surveys shine light on widespread phishing, government contractor cybersecur...

Protecting migratory species in a rapidly changing world Many animals – including birds, fish and mammals – migrate along set routes in search of food or breeding grounds. How best to protect them in a rapi...

Canada passenger rail company lays off 1,000 staff as blockades bite Canada's passenger rail company on Wednesday said blockades by demonstrators had forced it to temporarily lay off 1,000 employees, adding to pressure...

2020’s ‘wind of madness’ indicates growing instability: UN chief Rising instability and unpredictable geopolitical tensions have led to a “wind of madness” across the world, Secretary-General António Guterres said ...

UN rights experts ‘gravely’ concerned at spike in civilian casualties in north-west Myanmar following internet shutdown Independent UN human rights experts on Tuesday voiced grave concern over the killing and displacement of civilians in north-west Myanmar during the i...

Signal Is Finally Bringing Its Secure Messaging to the Masses The encryption app is putting a $50 million infusion from WhatsApp cofounder Brian Acton to good use, building out features to help it go mainstream....

Alleged Saudi Bezos hack sends shockwaves Research: Likely Iranian hackers probably breached European energy org — Surveys shine light on widespread phishing, government contractor cybersecur...

2020’s ‘wind of madness’ indicates growing instability: UN chief Rising instability and unpredictable geopolitical tensions have led to a “wind of madness” across the world, Secretary-General António Guterres said ...

Teenage girls' education, ‘an indispensable foundation’ for achieving development goals: Guterres Promoting education for adolescent girls is an “indispensable foundation for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals”, Secretary-General António ...

Should animals with human genes or organs be given human rights? Gene-edited pigs and brain implants are blurring the lines of what it means to be human, so our morals and laws may need to change to include beings ...

Millions of children and families in Niger struggle as humanitarian needs mount – UNICEF Malnutrition, disease, floods, droughts and displacement in Niger have put nearly three million people, more than half of them children, in need of h...

Yemen: Recent uptick in fighting contradicts desire for peace A recent escalation in fighting between warring parties in Yemen contradicts their stated desire to peacefully end nearly five years of conflict, UN ...

Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

2020’s ‘wind of madness’ indicates growing instability: UN chief Rising instability and unpredictable geopolitical tensions have led to a “wind of madness” across the world, Secretary-General António Guterres said ...

Amid global ‘learning crisis’, Parliaments can ensure adequate resources for education, says UN Assembly President Education is the “great equalizer” and Parliaments have a major role to play in scaling up action to ensure that adequate financial resources are all...

Should animals with human genes or organs be given human rights? Gene-edited pigs and brain implants are blurring the lines of what it means to be human, so our morals and laws may need to change to include beings ...

Model Says Photographer Hid Camera Inside Her Bathroom: 'It Literally Made Me Sick' Zoe Klopfer alleges a photographer she knew placed a hidden camera designed to look like an iPhone charger in her bathroom and recorded videos of her...

Daily on Energy: The Trump administration struggles with regulatory rollback math Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

Yemen: Recent uptick in fighting contradicts desire for peace A recent escalation in fighting between warring parties in Yemen contradicts their stated desire to peacefully end nearly five years of conflict, UN ...

Global warming causing 'irreversible' mass melting in Antarctica: scientist Global warming was leading to an "irreversible" mass melting of the Antarctic ice and purging carbon from the atmosphere was the only solution to slo...

Estonia angers Beijing by warning Europe not to be 'useful pawns' for communist power European leaders are being targeted as potential “pawns” of the Communist Party of China, according to a NATO member intelligence report that has ang...

Wet’suwet’en protests: House of Commons holds emergency debate over rail blockades On Tuesday, Trudeau offered no clear answers for what action the government would be willing to take, other than being available to speak with protes...

UN rights experts ‘gravely’ concerned at spike in civilian casualties in north-west Myanmar following internet shutdown Independent UN human rights experts on Tuesday voiced grave concern over the killing and displacement of civilians in north-west Myanmar during the i...

Rapper Pop Smoke dead at 20; music world mourns 'unexpected and tragic loss' New York rapper Pop Smoke was shot and killed in a home invasion Wednesday morning, according to reports.        ...

Teenage girls' education, ‘an indispensable foundation’ for achieving development goals: Guterres Promoting education for adolescent girls is an “indispensable foundation for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals”, Secretary-General António ...

Alleged Saudi Bezos hack sends shockwaves Research: Likely Iranian hackers probably breached European energy org — Surveys shine light on widespread phishing, government contractor cybersecur...

Protecting migratory species in a rapidly changing world Many animals – including birds, fish and mammals – migrate along set routes in search of food or breeding grounds. How best to protect them in a rapi...

Canada passenger rail company lays off 1,000 staff as blockades bite Canada's passenger rail company on Wednesday said blockades by demonstrators had forced it to temporarily lay off 1,000 employees, adding to pressure...

Pentagon to shift $3.8B for fighter planes, ships toward border wall The shift in funding marks a new phase for the administration, which until now had used money set for military construction and counterdrug operation...

America’s 'recycled' plastic waste is clogging landfills, survey finds Many facilities lack the ability to process ‘mixed plastics’, a category of waste that has virtually no market as new productsMany plastic items that...

Republicans threaten reprisals as House Democratic chairman gets subpoena power Democrats said they need the power to overcome the administration's "stonewalling." The Interior secretary responded: "Godspeed with the witch hunt."...

Bloomberg ‘taking all of Biden's support’ with women, moderates, older voters Backed by $400 million in spending to build up his name recognition, former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has surged into second place in the...

Vital Idlib aid deliveries resume after ‘heavy bombing’ - WFP Urgently-needed aid deliveries to embattled civilians in north-west Syria have started again after a day-long break in distributions caused by escala...

Estonia angers Beijing by warning Europe not to be 'useful pawns' for communist power European leaders are being targeted as potential “pawns” of the Communist Party of China, according to a NATO member intelligence report that has ang...

Trump’s Path to Weaker Fuel Efficiency Rules May Lead to a Dead End President Trump’s long-promised rollback of Obama-era fuel economy standards may not be completed until this summer, and may not be tenable even then...

Yemen: Recent uptick in fighting contradicts desire for peace A recent escalation in fighting between warring parties in Yemen contradicts their stated desire to peacefully end nearly five years of conflict, UN ...

Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

2020’s ‘wind of madness’ indicates growing instability: UN chief Rising instability and unpredictable geopolitical tensions have led to a “wind of madness” across the world, Secretary-General António Guterres said ...

Amid global ‘learning crisis’, Parliaments can ensure adequate resources for education, says UN Assembly President Education is the “great equalizer” and Parliaments have a major role to play in scaling up action to ensure that adequate financial resources are all...

Should animals with human genes or organs be given human rights? Gene-edited pigs and brain implants are blurring the lines of what it means to be human, so our morals and laws may need to change to include beings ...

Model Says Photographer Hid Camera Inside Her Bathroom: 'It Literally Made Me Sick' Zoe Klopfer alleges a photographer she knew placed a hidden camera designed to look like an iPhone charger in her bathroom and recorded videos of her...

Daily on Energy: The Trump administration struggles with regulatory rollback math Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

Yemen: Recent uptick in fighting contradicts desire for peace A recent escalation in fighting between warring parties in Yemen contradicts their stated desire to peacefully end nearly five years of conflict, UN ...

Global warming causing 'irreversible' mass melting in Antarctica: scientist Global warming was leading to an "irreversible" mass melting of the Antarctic ice and purging carbon from the atmosphere was the only solution to slo...

Estonia angers Beijing by warning Europe not to be 'useful pawns' for communist power European leaders are being targeted as potential “pawns” of the Communist Party of China, according to a NATO member intelligence report that has ang...

Wet’suwet’en protests: House of Commons holds emergency debate over rail blockades On Tuesday, Trudeau offered no clear answers for what action the government would be willing to take, other than being available to speak with protes...

UN rights experts ‘gravely’ concerned at spike in civilian casualties in north-west Myanmar following internet shutdown Independent UN human rights experts on Tuesday voiced grave concern over the killing and displacement of civilians in north-west Myanmar during the i...

Iraq: Education access still a challenge in former ISIL-controlled areas More than two years after the defeat of ISIL in Iraq, some children in areas formerly controlled by the terrorist group still cannot access school or...

All You Need To Know About Imran Hussain, Delhi's Minister Designate Imran Hussain, the Ballimaran MLA, has been retained as a Cabinet minister in the Arvind Kejriwal government. He will take oath of office on Sunday a...

Database of businesses linked to Israeli settlements ‘important initial step’ towards accountability: rights expert A database of 112 businesses connected to Israeli settlements in the occupied Palestinian territory has been hailed by an independent human rights ex...

Alleged Saudi Bezos hack sends shockwaves Research: Likely Iranian hackers probably breached European energy org — Surveys shine light on widespread phishing, government contractor cybersecur...

Pentagon to shift $3.8B for fighter planes, ships toward border wall The shift in funding marks a new phase for the administration, which until now had used money set for military construction and counterdrug operation...

America’s 'recycled' plastic waste is clogging landfills, survey finds Many facilities lack the ability to process ‘mixed plastics’, a category of waste that has virtually no market as new productsMany plastic items that...

Republicans threaten reprisals as House Democratic chairman gets subpoena power Democrats said they need the power to overcome the administration's "stonewalling." The Interior secretary responded: "Godspeed with the witch hunt."...

Bloomberg ‘taking all of Biden's support’ with women, moderates, older voters Backed by $400 million in spending to build up his name recognition, former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has surged into second place in the...

Vital Idlib aid deliveries resume after ‘heavy bombing’ - WFP Urgently-needed aid deliveries to embattled civilians in north-west Syria have started again after a day-long break in distributions caused by escala...

Estonia angers Beijing by warning Europe not to be 'useful pawns' for communist power European leaders are being targeted as potential “pawns” of the Communist Party of China, according to a NATO member intelligence report that has ang...

Trump’s Path to Weaker Fuel Efficiency Rules May Lead to a Dead End President Trump’s long-promised rollback of Obama-era fuel economy standards may not be completed until this summer, and may not be tenable even then...

Wrestling coach who worked at 15 New Jersey schools charged with sex assault of teen A middle school teacher in New Jersey, who has coached wrestling at 15 schools in the state, was arrested for sexually assaulting a teenager, reports...

'This is unprecedented': Xi Jinping shifts blame as Beijing boasts of coronavirus crackdown MUNICH — Chinese authorities are scrambling to protect the reputation of the Communist government as the coronavirus outbreak threatens to embarrass ...

Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

This Could Be Growing on Your Towels Using a standard testing procedure, we swabbed towels with sterilized bacti-swabs and sent them off to Micrim Labs in Davey, Florida. The results wer...

Radioactive material ‘a magnet for groups with malicious intent’, warns UN nuclear watchdog chief Government ministers and other high-level representatives from more than 140 countries, on Monday adopted a new declaration to enhance global nuclear...

Signal Is Finally Bringing Its Secure Messaging to the Masses The encryption app is putting a $50 million infusion from WhatsApp cofounder Brian Acton to good use, building out features to help it go mainstream....

Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

Holocaust survivors rebuild lives and traditions in Rio de Janeiro With millions of people displaced from their homes worldwide, a UN ceremony celebrating Holocaust survivors in Brazil, has provided a stark reminder ...

211m gallons of sewage spilled into Fort Lauderdale waterways, officials say Spill is enough to fill 320 Olympic-sized pools and fouled Tarpon River, Himmarshee Canal and streets in three neighborhoodsFort Lauderdale officials...

Iraq: Education access still a challenge in former ISIL-controlled areas More than two years after the defeat of ISIL in Iraq, some children in areas formerly controlled by the terrorist group still cannot access school or...

All You Need To Know About Imran Hussain, Delhi's Minister Designate Imran Hussain, the Ballimaran MLA, has been retained as a Cabinet minister in the Arvind Kejriwal government. He will take oath of office on Sunday a...

Database of businesses linked to Israeli settlements ‘important initial step’ towards accountability: rights expert A database of 112 businesses connected to Israeli settlements in the occupied Palestinian territory has been hailed by an independent human rights ex...

Alleged Saudi Bezos hack sends shockwaves Research: Likely Iranian hackers probably breached European energy org — Surveys shine light on widespread phishing, government contractor cybersecur...

Daily on Energy: Climate change is gaining on the economy as a top issue Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

Holocaust survivors rebuild lives and traditions in Rio de Janeiro With millions of people displaced from their homes worldwide, a UN ceremony celebrating Holocaust survivors in Brazil, has provided a stark reminder ...

Ivanka Trump takes lead in global fight to empower women, could boost GDP $7 trillion Ivanka Trump Sunday cemented her position as the global spokesperson for women's economic empowerment, telling a Middle East summit that efforts she ...

Trump’s Path to Weaker Fuel Efficiency Rules May Lead to a Dead End President Trump’s long-promised rollback of Obama-era fuel economy standards may not be completed until this summer, and may not be tenable even then...

Trump’s Path to Weaker Fuel Efficiency Rules May Lead to a Dead End President Trump’s long-promised rollback of Obama-era fuel economy standards may not be completed until this summer, and may not be tenable even then...

German court halts site preparation for Tesla factory after environmental group appeals The Higher Administrative Court for Berlin-Brandenburg ordered Tesla to stop clearing trees on the wooded site near Berlin until it considers an appe...

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Radioactive material ‘a magnet for groups with malicious intent’, warns UN nuclear watchdog chief Government ministers and other high-level representatives from more than 140 countries, on Monday adopted a new declaration to enhance global nuclear...

Wrestling coach who worked at 15 New Jersey schools charged with sex assault of teen A middle school teacher in New Jersey, who has coached wrestling at 15 schools in the state, was arrested for sexually assaulting a teenager, reports...

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Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

This Could Be Growing on Your Towels Using a standard testing procedure, we swabbed towels with sterilized bacti-swabs and sent them off to Micrim Labs in Davey, Florida. The results wer...

Radioactive material ‘a magnet for groups with malicious intent’, warns UN nuclear watchdog chief Government ministers and other high-level representatives from more than 140 countries, on Monday adopted a new declaration to enhance global nuclear...

Signal Is Finally Bringing Its Secure Messaging to the Masses The encryption app is putting a $50 million infusion from WhatsApp cofounder Brian Acton to good use, building out features to help it go mainstream....

Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

Holocaust survivors rebuild lives and traditions in Rio de Janeiro With millions of people displaced from their homes worldwide, a UN ceremony celebrating Holocaust survivors in Brazil, has provided a stark reminder ...

211m gallons of sewage spilled into Fort Lauderdale waterways, officials say Spill is enough to fill 320 Olympic-sized pools and fouled Tarpon River, Himmarshee Canal and streets in three neighborhoodsFort Lauderdale officials...

This Could Be Growing on Your Towels Using a standard testing procedure, we swabbed towels with sterilized bacti-swabs and sent them off to Micrim Labs in Davey, Florida. The results wer...

Republicans threaten reprisals as House Democratic chairman gets subpoena power Democrats said they need the power to overcome the administration's "stonewalling." The Interior secretary responded: "Godspeed with the witch hunt."...

Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

2020’s ‘wind of madness’ indicates growing instability: UN chief Rising instability and unpredictable geopolitical tensions have led to a “wind of madness” across the world, Secretary-General António Guterres said ...

This Could Be Growing on Your Towels Using a standard testing procedure, we swabbed towels with sterilized bacti-swabs and sent them off to Micrim Labs in Davey, Florida. The results wer...

Database of businesses linked to Israeli settlements ‘important initial step’ towards accountability: rights expert A database of 112 businesses connected to Israeli settlements in the occupied Palestinian territory has been hailed by an independent human rights ex...

Wallace & Gromit's creators make new animation to try to save the seas Olivia Colman and Helen Mirren have teamed up with the creators of Wallace & Gromit in a film called Turtle Journey to raise awareness about climate ...

Guinea-Bissau: Swearing-in of new President unlikely to bring stability, says UN representative Political discord in Guinea-Bissau could hamper the first-ever peaceful transfer of power to a democratically elected leader, the top UN official in ...

Trump’s Path to Weaker Fuel Efficiency Rules May Lead to a Dead End President Trump’s long-promised rollback of Obama-era fuel economy standards may not be completed until this summer, and may not be tenable even then...

ITV hit 'Love Island' to return on Monday after death of former presenter Flack British broadcaster ITV said its popular reality show "Love Island" would return on Monday after it was taken off air following the death of former p...

Daily on Energy: Climate change is gaining on the economy as a top issue Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

Holocaust survivors rebuild lives and traditions in Rio de Janeiro With millions of people displaced from their homes worldwide, a UN ceremony celebrating Holocaust survivors in Brazil, has provided a stark reminder ...

Ivanka Trump takes lead in global fight to empower women, could boost GDP $7 trillion Ivanka Trump Sunday cemented her position as the global spokesperson for women's economic empowerment, telling a Middle East summit that efforts she ...

Trump’s Path to Weaker Fuel Efficiency Rules May Lead to a Dead End President Trump’s long-promised rollback of Obama-era fuel economy standards may not be completed until this summer, and may not be tenable even then...

Trump’s Path to Weaker Fuel Efficiency Rules May Lead to a Dead End President Trump’s long-promised rollback of Obama-era fuel economy standards may not be completed until this summer, and may not be tenable even then...

German court halts site preparation for Tesla factory after environmental group appeals The Higher Administrative Court for Berlin-Brandenburg ordered Tesla to stop clearing trees on the wooded site near Berlin until it considers an appe...

'This is unprecedented': Xi Jinping shifts blame as Beijing boasts of coronavirus crackdown MUNICH — Chinese authorities are scrambling to protect the reputation of the Communist government as the coronavirus outbreak threatens to embarrass ...

Radioactive material ‘a magnet for groups with malicious intent’, warns UN nuclear watchdog chief Government ministers and other high-level representatives from more than 140 countries, on Monday adopted a new declaration to enhance global nuclear...

Guinea-Bissau: Swearing-in of new President unlikely to bring stability, says UN representative Political discord in Guinea-Bissau could hamper the first-ever peaceful transfer of power to a democratically elected leader, the top UN official in ...

Radioactive material ‘a magnet for groups with malicious intent’, warns UN nuclear watchdog chief Government ministers and other high-level representatives from more than 140 countries, on Monday adopted a new declaration to enhance global nuclear...

Wallace & Gromit's creators make new animation to try to save the seas Olivia Colman and Helen Mirren have teamed up with the creators of Wallace & Gromit in a film called Turtle Journey to raise awareness about climate ...

White House Report Card: A week to drain the ‘swamp’ and punish sanctuary states President Trump had another good policy week, making good on several campaign promises while introducing a budget that made cuts that please conserva...

Great ape brains have a feature that we thought was unique to humans Our ape cousins have asymmetrical brains just like we do, which might require us to rethink ideas on the evolution of brain specialism in our hominin...

Great ape brains have a feature that we thought was unique to humans Our ape cousins have asymmetrical brains just like we do, which might require us to rethink ideas on the evolution of brain specialism in our hominin...

Vital Idlib aid deliveries resume after ‘heavy bombing’ - WFP Urgently-needed aid deliveries to embattled civilians in north-west Syria have started again after a day-long break in distributions caused by escala...

Trump’s Path to Weaker Fuel Efficiency Rules May Lead to a Dead End President Trump’s long-promised rollback of Obama-era fuel economy standards may not be completed until this summer, and may not be tenable even then...

This Could Be Growing on Your Towels Using a standard testing procedure, we swabbed towels with sterilized bacti-swabs and sent them off to Micrim Labs in Davey, Florida. The results wer...

Republicans threaten reprisals as House Democratic chairman gets subpoena power Democrats said they need the power to overcome the administration's "stonewalling." The Interior secretary responded: "Godspeed with the witch hunt."...

Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

2020’s ‘wind of madness’ indicates growing instability: UN chief Rising instability and unpredictable geopolitical tensions have led to a “wind of madness” across the world, Secretary-General António Guterres said ...

This Could Be Growing on Your Towels Using a standard testing procedure, we swabbed towels with sterilized bacti-swabs and sent them off to Micrim Labs in Davey, Florida. The results wer...

Database of businesses linked to Israeli settlements ‘important initial step’ towards accountability: rights expert A database of 112 businesses connected to Israeli settlements in the occupied Palestinian territory has been hailed by an independent human rights ex...

Wallace & Gromit's creators make new animation to try to save the seas Olivia Colman and Helen Mirren have teamed up with the creators of Wallace & Gromit in a film called Turtle Journey to raise awareness about climate ...

Guinea-Bissau: Swearing-in of new President unlikely to bring stability, says UN representative Political discord in Guinea-Bissau could hamper the first-ever peaceful transfer of power to a democratically elected leader, the top UN official in ...

Trump’s Path to Weaker Fuel Efficiency Rules May Lead to a Dead End President Trump’s long-promised rollback of Obama-era fuel economy standards may not be completed until this summer, and may not be tenable even then...

ITV hit 'Love Island' to return on Monday after death of former presenter Flack British broadcaster ITV said its popular reality show "Love Island" would return on Monday after it was taken off air following the death of former p...

Holocaust survivors rebuild lives and traditions in Rio de Janeiro With millions of people displaced from their homes worldwide, a UN ceremony celebrating Holocaust survivors in Brazil, has provided a stark reminder ...

Mobile game aims to bridge gap between citizens and leaders on climate action Millions of people worldwide will get to share their views on climate action through a UN campaign launched on Thursday aimed at connecting them with...

Vital Idlib aid deliveries resume after ‘heavy bombing’ - WFP Urgently-needed aid deliveries to embattled civilians in north-west Syria have started again after a day-long break in distributions caused by escala...

Flights canceled as Britain braces for Storm Dennis Flights have been canceled and the army drafted in as Britain prepares for Storm Dennis with the authorities warning of heavy rain and flooding in pa...

Guinea-Bissau: Swearing-in of new President unlikely to bring stability, says UN representative Political discord in Guinea-Bissau could hamper the first-ever peaceful transfer of power to a democratically elected leader, the top UN official in ...

Radioactive material ‘a magnet for groups with malicious intent’, warns UN nuclear watchdog chief Government ministers and other high-level representatives from more than 140 countries, on Monday adopted a new declaration to enhance global nuclear...

Wallace & Gromit's creators make new animation to try to save the seas Olivia Colman and Helen Mirren have teamed up with the creators of Wallace & Gromit in a film called Turtle Journey to raise awareness about climate ...

White House Report Card: A week to drain the ‘swamp’ and punish sanctuary states President Trump had another good policy week, making good on several campaign promises while introducing a budget that made cuts that please conserva...

Great ape brains have a feature that we thought was unique to humans Our ape cousins have asymmetrical brains just like we do, which might require us to rethink ideas on the evolution of brain specialism in our hominin...

Great ape brains have a feature that we thought was unique to humans Our ape cousins have asymmetrical brains just like we do, which might require us to rethink ideas on the evolution of brain specialism in our hominin...

Vital Idlib aid deliveries resume after ‘heavy bombing’ - WFP Urgently-needed aid deliveries to embattled civilians in north-west Syria have started again after a day-long break in distributions caused by escala...

Trump’s Path to Weaker Fuel Efficiency Rules May Lead to a Dead End President Trump’s long-promised rollback of Obama-era fuel economy standards may not be completed until this summer, and may not be tenable even then...

Delta announces $1bn plan to be first carbon neutral airline Airline is committing $1bn over next 10 years to mitigate all emissions from its global businessDelta announced an ambitious plan on Friday to become...

New York prosecutor says former movie producer Weinstein abused his power New York prosecutors told jurors that Harvey Weinstein abused his power and lacked empathy in a closing argument on Friday at the former movie produc...

Sarojini Naidu Birth Anniversary: All About "Nightingale Of India" Known as one of the most prominent figures in India's struggle for freedom from British rule, Sarojini Naidu was a political activist and a poet. Her...

Daily on Energy: Climate change is gaining on the economy as a top issue Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

Ladies and Gentlemen, We Present Your 2020 NBA All-Star Weekend Preview Each year, millions of people forgo Cupid and his machinations to descend upon the NBA’s host city of choice in favor of something we all know and lo...

Amidst protection challenges, Eastern Route outpaces Mediterranean for people leaving Africa A monthly average of 11,500 people traveling from the Horn of Africa to Yemen last year made the so-called Eastern Route the busiest maritime migrati...

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Victim-centred laws ‘paramount’ to combat online sexual abuse against children Comprehensive national strategies are urgently needed to prevent child sexual abuse online and other Internet issues for children, independent UN hum...

University of Lethbridge expert shares insight into Wet’suwet’en pipeline dispute "Communities are saying, 'I need a new car,' and the same community is saying, 'But I need to ensure that I continue to be who I am as an Indigenous ...

Amidst protection challenges, Eastern Route outpaces Mediterranean for people leaving Africa A monthly average of 11,500 people traveling from the Horn of Africa to Yemen last year made the so-called Eastern Route the busiest maritime migrati...

Holocaust survivors rebuild lives and traditions in Rio de Janeiro With millions of people displaced from their homes worldwide, a UN ceremony celebrating Holocaust survivors in Brazil, has provided a stark reminder ...

Mobile game aims to bridge gap between citizens and leaders on climate action Millions of people worldwide will get to share their views on climate action through a UN campaign launched on Thursday aimed at connecting them with...

Vital Idlib aid deliveries resume after ‘heavy bombing’ - WFP Urgently-needed aid deliveries to embattled civilians in north-west Syria have started again after a day-long break in distributions caused by escala...

Flights canceled as Britain braces for Storm Dennis Flights have been canceled and the army drafted in as Britain prepares for Storm Dennis with the authorities warning of heavy rain and flooding in pa...

Refugee resettlement: ‘Tremendous gap’ persists between needs, and spaces on offer Although around 1.4 million refugees are estimated to be in urgent need of resettlement worldwide, only 63,696 were resettled through the UN refugee ...

Pentagon to shift $3.8B for fighter planes, ships toward border wall The shift in funding marks a new phase for the administration, which until now had used money set for military construction and counterdrug operation...

Portuguese communities lock horns with lithium miners to save their land The lush, green hills where Paulo Pires has for years brought sheep to graze above his picturesque Portuguese village may soon be transformed by the ...

Mobile game aims to bridge gap between citizens and leaders on climate action Millions of people worldwide will get to share their views on climate action through a UN campaign launched on Thursday aimed at connecting them with...

Ancient people tried to stop rising seas with spears or fiery boulders When natural global warming raised seas by 120 metres starting around 18,000 years ago, people tried to protect themselves by building walls or rolli...

$683 million appeal to deliver reproductive health services, where they’re most needed With more than half of all maternal deaths occurring in countries affected by humanitarian crises and fragility, the UN Population Fund (UNFPA) is ca...

Teenage girls' education, ‘an indispensable foundation’ for achieving development goals: Guterres Promoting education for adolescent girls is an “indispensable foundation for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals”, Secretary-General António ...

Signal Is Finally Bringing Its Secure Messaging to the Masses The encryption app is putting a $50 million infusion from WhatsApp cofounder Brian Acton to good use, building out features to help it go mainstream....

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Delta announces $1bn plan to be first carbon neutral airline Airline is committing $1bn over next 10 years to mitigate all emissions from its global businessDelta announced an ambitious plan on Friday to become...

New York prosecutor says former movie producer Weinstein abused his power New York prosecutors told jurors that Harvey Weinstein abused his power and lacked empathy in a closing argument on Friday at the former movie produc...

Sarojini Naidu Birth Anniversary: All About "Nightingale Of India" Known as one of the most prominent figures in India's struggle for freedom from British rule, Sarojini Naidu was a political activist and a poet. Her...

Daily on Energy: Climate change is gaining on the economy as a top issue Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

Ladies and Gentlemen, We Present Your 2020 NBA All-Star Weekend Preview Each year, millions of people forgo Cupid and his machinations to descend upon the NBA’s host city of choice in favor of something we all know and lo...

Amidst protection challenges, Eastern Route outpaces Mediterranean for people leaving Africa A monthly average of 11,500 people traveling from the Horn of Africa to Yemen last year made the so-called Eastern Route the busiest maritime migrati...

Trump’s Path to Weaker Fuel Efficiency Rules May Lead to a Dead End President Trump’s long-promised rollback of Obama-era fuel economy standards may not be completed until this summer, and may not be tenable even then...

Victim-centred laws ‘paramount’ to combat online sexual abuse against children Comprehensive national strategies are urgently needed to prevent child sexual abuse online and other Internet issues for children, independent UN hum...

University of Lethbridge expert shares insight into Wet’suwet’en pipeline dispute "Communities are saying, 'I need a new car,' and the same community is saying, 'But I need to ensure that I continue to be who I am as an Indigenous ...

Amidst protection challenges, Eastern Route outpaces Mediterranean for people leaving Africa A monthly average of 11,500 people traveling from the Horn of Africa to Yemen last year made the so-called Eastern Route the busiest maritime migrati...

Climate crisis: Antarctic continent posts record temperature reading of 18.3°C Fresh fears of accelerating damage to the planet’s ice sheets and sea level rise have been fuelled by confirmation from the UN’s weather agency that ...

Sarojini Naidu Birth Anniversary: All About "Nightingale Of India" Known as one of the most prominent figures in India's struggle for freedom from British rule, Sarojini Naidu was a political activist and a poet. Her...

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Global Financial Giants Swear Off Funding an Especially Dirty Fuel Lenders and investors, under pressure to act on climate change, have stopped funding Alberta's vast oil-sands developments, and the province is fight...

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$683 million appeal to deliver reproductive health services, where they’re most needed With more than half of all maternal deaths occurring in countries affected by humanitarian crises and fragility, the UN Population Fund (UNFPA) is ca...

Year-old peace agreement must be implemented for ‘lasting peace’ in Central African Republic Following a visit to the Central African Republic, a UN independent expert said that everyone must take all measures necessary to effectively impleme...

Pentagon to shift $3.8B for fighter planes, ships toward border wall The shift in funding marks a new phase for the administration, which until now had used money set for military construction and counterdrug operation...

Refugee resettlement: ‘Tremendous gap’ persists between needs, and spaces on offer Although around 1.4 million refugees are estimated to be in urgent need of resettlement worldwide, only 63,696 were resettled through the UN refugee ...

Pentagon to shift $3.8B for fighter planes, ships toward border wall The shift in funding marks a new phase for the administration, which until now had used money set for military construction and counterdrug operation...

Portuguese communities lock horns with lithium miners to save their land The lush, green hills where Paulo Pires has for years brought sheep to graze above his picturesque Portuguese village may soon be transformed by the ...

Mobile game aims to bridge gap between citizens and leaders on climate action Millions of people worldwide will get to share their views on climate action through a UN campaign launched on Thursday aimed at connecting them with...

Ancient people tried to stop rising seas with spears or fiery boulders When natural global warming raised seas by 120 metres starting around 18,000 years ago, people tried to protect themselves by building walls or rolli...

$683 million appeal to deliver reproductive health services, where they’re most needed With more than half of all maternal deaths occurring in countries affected by humanitarian crises and fragility, the UN Population Fund (UNFPA) is ca...

Teenage girls' education, ‘an indispensable foundation’ for achieving development goals: Guterres Promoting education for adolescent girls is an “indispensable foundation for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals”, Secretary-General António ...

Signal Is Finally Bringing Its Secure Messaging to the Masses The encryption app is putting a $50 million infusion from WhatsApp cofounder Brian Acton to good use, building out features to help it go mainstream....

Mobile game aims to bridge gap between citizens and leaders on climate action Millions of people worldwide will get to share their views on climate action through a UN campaign launched on Thursday aimed at connecting them with...

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Wallace & Gromit's creators make new animation to try to save the seas Olivia Colman and Helen Mirren have teamed up with the creators of Wallace & Gromit in a film called Turtle Journey to raise awareness about climate ...

Global Financial Giants Swear Off Funding an Especially Dirty Fuel Lenders and investors, under pressure to act on climate change, have stopped funding Alberta's vast oil-sands developments, and the province is fight...

DNA analysis of people in West Africa reveals 'ghost' human ancestor Four West African populations may carry genes from an undiscovered archaic hominin that diverged from a shared ancestor of Neanderthals, Denisovans a...

Car-sized prehistoric South American turtle was built for battle One of the largest turtles that ever lived prowled the lakes and rivers of northern South America from about 13 million years ago to 7 million years ...

Wallace & Gromit's creators make new animation to try to save the seas Olivia Colman and Helen Mirren have teamed up with the creators of Wallace & Gromit in a film called Turtle Journey to raise awareness about climate ...

2020’s ‘wind of madness’ indicates growing instability: UN chief Rising instability and unpredictable geopolitical tensions have led to a “wind of madness” across the world, Secretary-General António Guterres said ...

Victim-centred laws ‘paramount’ to combat online sexual abuse against children Comprehensive national strategies are urgently needed to prevent child sexual abuse online and other Internet issues for children, independent UN hum...

This Could Be Growing on Your Towels Using a standard testing procedure, we swabbed towels with sterilized bacti-swabs and sent them off to Micrim Labs in Davey, Florida. The results wer...

Climate crisis: Antarctic continent posts record temperature reading of 18.3°C Fresh fears of accelerating damage to the planet’s ice sheets and sea level rise have been fuelled by confirmation from the UN’s weather agency that ...

Climate crisis: Antarctic continent posts record temperature reading of 18.3°C Fresh fears of accelerating damage to the planet’s ice sheets and sea level rise have been fuelled by confirmation from the UN’s weather agency that ...

Sarojini Naidu Birth Anniversary: All About "Nightingale Of India" Known as one of the most prominent figures in India's struggle for freedom from British rule, Sarojini Naidu was a political activist and a poet. Her...

Last month was the hottest January on record: NOAA This year’s January was the hottest since climate records began 141 years ago, scientists from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration sa...

Global Financial Giants Swear Off Funding an Especially Dirty Fuel Lenders and investors, under pressure to act on climate change, have stopped funding Alberta's vast oil-sands developments, and the province is fight...

Sarojini Naidu Birth Anniversary: All About "Nightingale Of India" Known as one of the most prominent figures in India's struggle for freedom from British rule, Sarojini Naidu was a political activist and a poet. Her...

Weinstein's lawyer assails accusers' credibility in New York rape trial closing argument A lawyer for Harvey Weinstein on Thursday took aim at the credibility of the women accusing the former movie producer of sexual assault and urged jur...

$683 million appeal to deliver reproductive health services, where they’re most needed With more than half of all maternal deaths occurring in countries affected by humanitarian crises and fragility, the UN Population Fund (UNFPA) is ca...

Year-old peace agreement must be implemented for ‘lasting peace’ in Central African Republic Following a visit to the Central African Republic, a UN independent expert said that everyone must take all measures necessary to effectively impleme...

Pentagon to shift $3.8B for fighter planes, ships toward border wall The shift in funding marks a new phase for the administration, which until now had used money set for military construction and counterdrug operation...

A 'Surging' Amy Klobuchar Gets Pressed on The View Alright folks, I have to keep it firmly a buck with you. I don’t know what, exactly, an Amy Klobuchar is. I know she’s running for President and appa...

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Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

Wallace & Gromit's creators make new animation to try to save the seas Olivia Colman and Helen Mirren have teamed up with the creators of Wallace & Gromit in a film called Turtle Journey to raise awareness about climate ...

Rare video of spawning salmon should stop proposed N.S. gold mine: conservationists The video shot last November was released today in Halifax by the Nova Scotia Salmon Association, the St. Mary's River Association and the Atlantic S...

Facebook's Bug Bounty Caught a Data-Stealing Spree A few months ago, the company disclosed that apps were siphoning data from up to 9.5 million of its users. It only found out thanks to a bug bounty s...

Libya: Security Council demands commitment to ‘a lasting ceasefire’ After what has reportedly been weeks of diplomatic negotiation, the UN Security Council passed a resolution on Wednesday aimed at stemming rising vio...

Radioactive material ‘a magnet for groups with malicious intent’, warns UN nuclear watchdog chief Government ministers and other high-level representatives from more than 140 countries, on Monday adopted a new declaration to enhance global nuclear...

Know Your Delhi Candidate: Raghav Chadha Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Raghav Chadha, party's candidate from central Delhi's Rajinder Nagar, is pitted against BJP veteran RP Singh, a 58-year-...

Global Financial Giants Swear Off Funding an Especially Dirty Fuel Lenders and investors, under pressure to act on climate change, have stopped funding Alberta's vast oil-sands developments, and the province is fight...

Wallace & Gromit's creators make new animation to try to save the seas Olivia Colman and Helen Mirren have teamed up with the creators of Wallace & Gromit in a film called Turtle Journey to raise awareness about climate ...

The Pentagon wants money for China, but troops are stuck in the Middle East The budget proposal is expected to include more rhetoric about the administration’s “great power” rivalries. But those ambitions carry a big price ta...

Celebrating the diversity of radio, the medium people use the most In an era of rapid media evolution, radio still has the power to bring people together and provide communities with vital news and information, the U...

Wallace & Gromit's creators make new animation to try to save the seas Olivia Colman and Helen Mirren have teamed up with the creators of Wallace & Gromit in a film called Turtle Journey to raise awareness about climate ...

Global Financial Giants Swear Off Funding an Especially Dirty Fuel Lenders and investors, under pressure to act on climate change, have stopped funding Alberta's vast oil-sands developments, and the province is fight...

DNA analysis of people in West Africa reveals 'ghost' human ancestor Four West African populations may carry genes from an undiscovered archaic hominin that diverged from a shared ancestor of Neanderthals, Denisovans a...

Car-sized prehistoric South American turtle was built for battle One of the largest turtles that ever lived prowled the lakes and rivers of northern South America from about 13 million years ago to 7 million years ...

Wallace & Gromit's creators make new animation to try to save the seas Olivia Colman and Helen Mirren have teamed up with the creators of Wallace & Gromit in a film called Turtle Journey to raise awareness about climate ...

2020’s ‘wind of madness’ indicates growing instability: UN chief Rising instability and unpredictable geopolitical tensions have led to a “wind of madness” across the world, Secretary-General António Guterres said ...

Victim-centred laws ‘paramount’ to combat online sexual abuse against children Comprehensive national strategies are urgently needed to prevent child sexual abuse online and other Internet issues for children, independent UN hum...

This Could Be Growing on Your Towels Using a standard testing procedure, we swabbed towels with sterilized bacti-swabs and sent them off to Micrim Labs in Davey, Florida. The results wer...

Climate crisis: Antarctic continent posts record temperature reading of 18.3°C Fresh fears of accelerating damage to the planet’s ice sheets and sea level rise have been fuelled by confirmation from the UN’s weather agency that ...

Teenage girls' education, ‘an indispensable foundation’ for achieving development goals: Guterres Promoting education for adolescent girls is an “indispensable foundation for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals”, Secretary-General António ...

Alleged Saudi Bezos hack sends shockwaves Research: Likely Iranian hackers probably breached European energy org — Surveys shine light on widespread phishing, government contractor cybersecur...

$683 million appeal to deliver reproductive health services, where they’re most needed With more than half of all maternal deaths occurring in countries affected by humanitarian crises and fragility, the UN Population Fund (UNFPA) is ca...

Teenage girls' education, ‘an indispensable foundation’ for achieving development goals: Guterres Promoting education for adolescent girls is an “indispensable foundation for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals”, Secretary-General António ...

Alleged Saudi Bezos hack sends shockwaves Research: Likely Iranian hackers probably breached European energy org — Surveys shine light on widespread phishing, government contractor cybersecur...

Australia's 'black summer' provides glimmer of hope for climate policy action Australia's deadly wildfires have opened up a small window of opportunity for the country to break a decade-long impasse on climate policy, as some p...

Radioactive material ‘a magnet for groups with malicious intent’, warns UN nuclear watchdog chief Government ministers and other high-level representatives from more than 140 countries, on Monday adopted a new declaration to enhance global nuclear...

Wallace & Gromit's creators make new animation to try to save the seas Olivia Colman and Helen Mirren have teamed up with the creators of Wallace & Gromit in a film called Turtle Journey to raise awareness about climate ...

2020’s ‘wind of madness’ indicates growing instability: UN chief Rising instability and unpredictable geopolitical tensions have led to a “wind of madness” across the world, Secretary-General António Guterres said ...

Victim-centred laws ‘paramount’ to combat online sexual abuse against children Comprehensive national strategies are urgently needed to prevent child sexual abuse online and other Internet issues for children, independent UN hum...

A 'Surging' Amy Klobuchar Gets Pressed on The View Alright folks, I have to keep it firmly a buck with you. I don’t know what, exactly, an Amy Klobuchar is. I know she’s running for President and appa...

Daily on Energy: Trump budget runs counter to congressional GOP climate plans Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

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Radioactive material ‘a magnet for groups with malicious intent’, warns UN nuclear watchdog chief Government ministers and other high-level representatives from more than 140 countries, on Monday adopted a new declaration to enhance global nuclear...

Know Your Delhi Candidate: Raghav Chadha Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Raghav Chadha, party's candidate from central Delhi's Rajinder Nagar, is pitted against BJP veteran RP Singh, a 58-year-...

Global Financial Giants Swear Off Funding an Especially Dirty Fuel Lenders and investors, under pressure to act on climate change, have stopped funding Alberta's vast oil-sands developments, and the province is fight...

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The Pentagon wants money for China, but troops are stuck in the Middle East The budget proposal is expected to include more rhetoric about the administration’s “great power” rivalries. But those ambitions carry a big price ta...

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With science ‘held back by a gender gap’, Guterres calls for more empowerment for women and girls Fewer than 30 per cent of the world’s scientific researchers are women: that’s just one of the statistics showing how many challenges remain for wome...

Alleged Saudi Bezos hack sends shockwaves Research: Likely Iranian hackers probably breached European energy org — Surveys shine light on widespread phishing, government contractor cybersecur...

With science ‘held back by a gender gap’, Guterres calls for more empowerment for women and girls Fewer than 30 per cent of the world’s scientific researchers are women: that’s just one of the statistics showing how many challenges remain for wome...

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Airmen at Wyoming missile base relieved of security duties following alleged marijuana use Several airmen protecting the nation’s intercontinental ballistic missiles have been relieved of their security duties pending an investigation into ...

Teenage girls' education, ‘an indispensable foundation’ for achieving development goals: Guterres Promoting education for adolescent girls is an “indispensable foundation for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals”, Secretary-General António ...

Alleged Saudi Bezos hack sends shockwaves Research: Likely Iranian hackers probably breached European energy org — Surveys shine light on widespread phishing, government contractor cybersecur...

$683 million appeal to deliver reproductive health services, where they’re most needed With more than half of all maternal deaths occurring in countries affected by humanitarian crises and fragility, the UN Population Fund (UNFPA) is ca...

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Alleged Saudi Bezos hack sends shockwaves Research: Likely Iranian hackers probably breached European energy org — Surveys shine light on widespread phishing, government contractor cybersecur...

Australia's 'black summer' provides glimmer of hope for climate policy action Australia's deadly wildfires have opened up a small window of opportunity for the country to break a decade-long impasse on climate policy, as some p...

Radioactive material ‘a magnet for groups with malicious intent’, warns UN nuclear watchdog chief Government ministers and other high-level representatives from more than 140 countries, on Monday adopted a new declaration to enhance global nuclear...

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2020’s ‘wind of madness’ indicates growing instability: UN chief Rising instability and unpredictable geopolitical tensions have led to a “wind of madness” across the world, Secretary-General António Guterres said ...

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Threat to Romney in Senate, not Trump, his proposals 'will be killed' Utah Republican Sen. Mitt Romney won’t have to look over his shoulder for any White House efforts to punish him for voting to convict President Trump...

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Hospitals in Yemen attacked, disrupting healthcare for thousands of vulnerable civilians Attacks on health facilities in Yemen’s Marib province, East of the capital Sana’a, have left some 15,000 people – many of them displaced from other ...

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With science ‘held back by a gender gap’, Guterres calls for more empowerment for women and girls Fewer than 30 per cent of the world’s scientific researchers are women: that’s just one of the statistics showing how many challenges remain for wome...

Alleged Saudi Bezos hack sends shockwaves Research: Likely Iranian hackers probably breached European energy org — Surveys shine light on widespread phishing, government contractor cybersecur...

With science ‘held back by a gender gap’, Guterres calls for more empowerment for women and girls Fewer than 30 per cent of the world’s scientific researchers are women: that’s just one of the statistics showing how many challenges remain for wome...

Justice Department Drops Antitrust Probe Against Automakers That Sided With California on Emissions The Justice Department has told four carmakers that they violated no laws when they negotiated a fuel economy standard with California that is more s...

With science ‘held back by a gender gap’, Guterres calls for more empowerment for women and girls Fewer than 30 per cent of the world’s scientific researchers are women: that’s just one of the statistics showing how many challenges remain for wome...

Airmen at Wyoming missile base relieved of security duties following alleged marijuana use Several airmen protecting the nation’s intercontinental ballistic missiles have been relieved of their security duties pending an investigation into ...

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Alleged Saudi Bezos hack sends shockwaves Research: Likely Iranian hackers probably breached European energy org — Surveys shine light on widespread phishing, government contractor cybersecur...

AU Summit: Guterres calls for ‘collective, comprehensive, coordinated’ response to challenges facing Africa The challenges facing African nations are “complex, multi-faceted and far-reaching" but a “collective, comprehensive and coordinated” response by the...

After the wildfires: tourist firms in California's wine country say no one is coming Businesses are still struggling months after a massive wildfire hit Sonoma county and prompted widespread evacuations and panicLike so many other win...

Climate crisis: Antarctic continent posts record temperature reading of 18.3°C Fresh fears of accelerating damage to the planet’s ice sheets and sea level rise have been fuelled by confirmation from the UN’s weather agency that ...

Antarctica melting: Climate change and the journey to the 'doomsday glacier' Thwaites Glacier, also known as the "doomsday glacier", is reported to be melting quicker than previously thought - scientists are now trying to find...

Threat to Romney in Senate, not Trump, his proposals 'will be killed' Utah Republican Sen. Mitt Romney won’t have to look over his shoulder for any White House efforts to punish him for voting to convict President Trump...

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2020’s ‘wind of madness’ indicates growing instability: UN chief Rising instability and unpredictable geopolitical tensions have led to a “wind of madness” across the world, Secretary-General António Guterres said ...

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With science ‘held back by a gender gap’, Guterres calls for more empowerment for women and girls Fewer than 30 per cent of the world’s scientific researchers are women: that’s just one of the statistics showing how many challenges remain for wome...

Act now to prevent Desert Locust catastrophe in Horn of Africa: UN agencies With the rainy season fast approaching, countries in the Horn of Africa are in a race against time to tackle a Desert Locust invasion amidst ongoing ...

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With science ‘held back by a gender gap’, Guterres calls for more empowerment for women and girls Fewer than 30 per cent of the world’s scientific researchers are women: that’s just one of the statistics showing how many challenges remain for wome...

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Antarctica melting: Climate change and the journey to the 'doomsday glacier' Thwaites Glacier, also known as the "doomsday glacier", is reported to be melting quicker than previously thought - scientists are now trying to find...

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Alleged Saudi Bezos hack sends shockwaves Research: Likely Iranian hackers probably breached European energy org — Surveys shine light on widespread phishing, government contractor cybersecur...

AU Summit: Guterres calls for ‘collective, comprehensive, coordinated’ response to challenges facing Africa The challenges facing African nations are “complex, multi-faceted and far-reaching" but a “collective, comprehensive and coordinated” response by the...

After the wildfires: tourist firms in California's wine country say no one is coming Businesses are still struggling months after a massive wildfire hit Sonoma county and prompted widespread evacuations and panicLike so many other win...

Climate crisis: Antarctic continent posts record temperature reading of 18.3°C Fresh fears of accelerating damage to the planet’s ice sheets and sea level rise have been fuelled by confirmation from the UN’s weather agency that ...

Antarctica melting: Climate change and the journey to the 'doomsday glacier' Thwaites Glacier, also known as the "doomsday glacier", is reported to be melting quicker than previously thought - scientists are now trying to find...

Justice Department puts the brakes on investigation of automakers that aligned with California The Trump administration has closed an antitrust investigation into four automakers that struck a deal with California to follow the state’s stricter...

Light One Up for Progress: Boston Opens Its First Recreational Cannabis Shop and Its Black Owned As more and more states legalize the recreational use of marijuana, there exists a bit of conflict within the black community. On one had, it’s good ...

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28 militiamen sentenced in Central African Republic for murder of civilians, UN peacekeepers The sentencing of 28 militia members on Friday in the Central African Republic (CAR) for an array of violent crimes, including the murder of civilian...

Refugee resettlement: ‘Tremendous gap’ persists between needs, and spaces on offer Although around 1.4 million refugees are estimated to be in urgent need of resettlement worldwide, only 63,696 were resettled through the UN refugee ...

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2020’s ‘wind of madness’ indicates growing instability: UN chief Rising instability and unpredictable geopolitical tensions have led to a “wind of madness” across the world, Secretary-General António Guterres said ...

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Justice Department puts the brakes on investigation of automakers that aligned with California The Trump administration has closed an antitrust investigation into four automakers that struck a deal with California to follow the state’s stricter...

Light One Up for Progress: Boston Opens Its First Recreational Cannabis Shop and Its Black Owned As more and more states legalize the recreational use of marijuana, there exists a bit of conflict within the black community. On one had, it’s good ...

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28 militiamen sentenced in Central African Republic for murder of civilians, UN peacekeepers The sentencing of 28 militia members on Friday in the Central African Republic (CAR) for an array of violent crimes, including the murder of civilian...

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Know Your Delhi Candidate: Satyendar Jain Satyendar Jain is an Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader and a minister in Arvind Kejriwal's cabinet. He holds multiple portfolios including the Health Mini...

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Climate crisis: Antarctic continent posts record temperature reading of 18.3°C Fresh fears of accelerating damage to the planet’s ice sheets and sea level rise have been fuelled by confirmation from the UN’s weather agency that ...

Power to the people: Bernie calls for federal takeover of electricity production Sanders wants federally owned utilities to build massive amounts of wind and solar to compete with private generators, but critics say that would com...

Power to the people: Bernie calls for federal takeover of electricity production Sanders wants federally owned utilities to build massive amounts of wind and solar to compete with private generators, but critics say that would com...

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Pelosi 'stunned' by White House firing of 'patriotic' Alexander Vindman House Speaker Nancy Pelosi responded to news that President Trump relieved impeachment witness Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman of his White House duties b...

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Justice Department Drops Antitrust Probe Against Automakers That Sided With California on Emissions The Justice Department has told four carmakers that they violated no laws when they negotiated a fuel economy standard with California that is more s...

2020’s ‘wind of madness’ indicates growing instability: UN chief Rising instability and unpredictable geopolitical tensions have led to a “wind of madness” across the world, Secretary-General António Guterres said ...

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2020: the year for action, to ‘rise up’ and safeguard ocean life With the ocean in deep crisis, members of civil society and philanthropic organisations are urging governments and corporations to take bold action t...

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2020’s ‘wind of madness’ indicates growing instability: UN chief Rising instability and unpredictable geopolitical tensions have led to a “wind of madness” across the world, Secretary-General António Guterres said ...

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Cherokee Nation to preserve culturally important seeds in Arctic vault Varieties of corn, beans and squash seen as central to Cherokee identity will be deposited in Norway’s Svalbard seed bankThe Cherokee Nation will ban...

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Teachers’ union boss Mike Mulgrew launches campaign against Cuomo Medicaid plan Powerful teachers’ union boss Mike Mulgrew summoned lawmakers to a closed-door strategy session Friday to fight Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s budge...

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Climate crisis: Antarctic continent posts record temperature reading of 18.3°C Fresh fears of accelerating damage to the planet’s ice sheets and sea level rise have been fuelled by confirmation from the UN’s weather agency that ...

Power to the people: Bernie calls for federal takeover of electricity production Sanders wants federally owned utilities to build massive amounts of wind and solar to compete with private generators, but critics say that would com...

Power to the people: Bernie calls for federal takeover of electricity production Sanders wants federally owned utilities to build massive amounts of wind and solar to compete with private generators, but critics say that would com...

Refugee resettlement: ‘Tremendous gap’ persists between needs, and spaces on offer Although around 1.4 million refugees are estimated to be in urgent need of resettlement worldwide, only 63,696 were resettled through the UN refugee ...

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Justice Department Drops Antitrust Probe Against Automakers That Sided With California on Emissions The Justice Department has told four carmakers that they violated no laws when they negotiated a fuel economy standard with California that is more s...

2020’s ‘wind of madness’ indicates growing instability: UN chief Rising instability and unpredictable geopolitical tensions have led to a “wind of madness” across the world, Secretary-General António Guterres said ...

FROM THE FIELD: ‘A piece of me’ was taken “My flesh has been taken away, but I can never give away my heart”; those are the powerful words of resolve from Abida Dawud, one of three women surv...

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Largest maker of pesticide linked to brain damage in kids to stop producing chemical Announcement comes after Trump administration reversed plans to ban chlorpyrifos and rejected scientific conclusions of expertsThe world’s largest ma...

Wallace & Gromit's creators make new animation to try to save the seas Olivia Colman and Helen Mirren have teamed up with the creators of Wallace & Gromit in a film called Turtle Journey to raise awareness about climate ...

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Group of senators asks Twitter to ban top Iranian officials from platform Four Republican senators, led by Ted Cruz, sent a letter to Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey urging him to ban the accounts of Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and Iran...

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Alleged Saudi Bezos hack sends shockwaves Research: Likely Iranian hackers probably breached European energy org — Surveys shine light on widespread phishing, government contractor cybersecur...

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Harsh peer reviewer comments disproportionately affect minorities A survey has found that women and ethnic minority researchers are more likely to experience self-doubt in response to unprofessional comments from pe...

Independent UN rights experts call for ‘immediate investigation’ into alleged Bezos phone hack by Saudi Arabia Independent UN rights experts said on Wednesday they were “gravely concerned” over allegations that in 2018, a messaging app account belonging to the...

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Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

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FROM THE FIELD: Niger supporting the most vulnerable, as crises mount The number of people requiring humanitarian assistance in Niger, a country which the UN humanitarian agency, OCHA, says is “being assaulted on all fr...

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Alleged Saudi Bezos hack sends shockwaves Research: Likely Iranian hackers probably breached European energy org — Surveys shine light on widespread phishing, government contractor cybersecur...

Trump Now Says He's Open to Cut Entitlements Another day, another installment in the ongoing saga that is “y’alls President is a lying ass liar.” Our subject for tonight’s episode is entitlement...

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Families of those killed in plane that Iran shot down suing Ayatollah Ali Khamenei Family members of those who were killed when Iran shot down a commercial airliner are suing the country’s leader and its military for the “terrorist ...

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Alleged Saudi Bezos hack sends shockwaves Research: Likely Iranian hackers probably breached European energy org — Surveys shine light on widespread phishing, government contractor cybersecur...

Trump Now Says He's Open to Cut Entitlements Another day, another installment in the ongoing saga that is “y’alls President is a lying ass liar.” Our subject for tonight’s episode is entitlement...

Alleged Saudi Bezos hack sends shockwaves Research: Likely Iranian hackers probably breached European energy org — Surveys shine light on widespread phishing, government contractor cybersecur...

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Independent UN rights experts call for ‘immediate investigation’ into alleged Bezos phone hack by Saudi Arabia Independent UN rights experts said on Wednesday they were “gravely concerned” over allegations that in 2018, a messaging app account belonging to the...

FROM THE FIELD: Niger supporting the most vulnerable, as crises mount The number of people requiring humanitarian assistance in Niger, a country which the UN humanitarian agency, OCHA, says is “being assaulted on all fr...

Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

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Trump administration strips pollution safeguards from drinking water sources Rollback of clean water protections for streams and wetlandsObama-era rules have long been targeted by TrumpThe Trump administration has completed it...

11 U.S. troops evacuated from Iraq base after Trump claimed none 'were harmed' While no service members were killed in the Iranian strike on Iraq’s Al-Asad air base, “several were treated for concussion symptoms from the blast a...

FROM THE FIELD: West Africa’s wishful gold prospectors The mining of gold in unregulated and often hand-dug pits in West Africa, can be a deadly occupation, but one which many impoverished people in the r...

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Alleged Saudi Bezos hack sends shockwaves Research: Likely Iranian hackers probably breached European energy org — Surveys shine light on widespread phishing, government contractor cybersecur...

What the newly released Checkra1n jailbreak means for iDevice security Enlarge (credit: @Checkra1n) It has been a week since the release of Checkra1n, the world’s first jailbreak for devices running Apple’s iOS 13. Becau...

San Francisco to Remove Cash Bail Requirements In the last few years, the topic of cash bail has come under renewed scrutiny. The practice inordinately affects the poor and communities of color. L...

Rising inequality affecting more than two-thirds of the globe, but it’s not inevitable: new UN report Inequality is growing for more than 70 per cent of the global population, exacerbating the risks of divisions and hampering economic and social devel...

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FROM THE FIELD: West Africa’s wishful gold prospectors The mining of gold in unregulated and often hand-dug pits in West Africa, can be a deadly occupation, but one which many impoverished people in the r...

Economic fallout of Northern Pulp closure will cut deep in Nova Scotia’s Pictou County The looming closure of the Northern Pulp paper mill in Pictou County has already impacted the region but deeper cuts will be felt after the mill shut...

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Independent UN rights experts call for ‘immediate investigation’ into alleged Bezos phone hack by Saudi Arabia Independent UN rights experts said on Wednesday they were “gravely concerned” over allegations that in 2018, a messaging app account belonging to the...

Concerns over food safety delay venison donation to New Brunswick food bank The town of Saint Andrews, N.B., is overrun by deer, and donating meat from a hunt was seen as a way of addressing the problem while helping the hung...

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Rapper Juice Wrld's cause of death revealed as accidental overdose Rising young rapper Juice Wrld died from an accidental overdose. He suffered a seizure at Chicago Midway airport Dec. 8.     ...

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DNA from ancient skeletons reveals a lost branch of modern humans DNA from four skeletons found in Cameroon has revealed a mystery branch of early modern humans, suggesting we may need to rethink our species' family...

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Australian bushfires hit coal output, hazardous conditions to return Mining giant BHP Group said on Tuesday that poor air quality caused by smoke from Australia's bushfires is hurting coal production, as authorities sa...

Climate groups turn up the heat on big banks, insurers Several major national environmental groups, including Sierra Club, the Union of Concerned Scientists and 350.org, unveiled the new campaign dubbed “...

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UN chief outlines solutions to defeat ‘four horsemen’ threatening our global future The start of the New Year finds the world facing four looming threats to human progress: surging geopolitical tensions, the climate crisis, global mi...

‘Negative developments’ undermining two-State solution in Middle East Recent heightened tensions in the Middle East underscore the critical need for dialogue and diplomacy in the region, the UN’s Political Affairs chief...

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Independent UN rights experts call for ‘immediate investigation’ into alleged Bezos phone hack by Saudi Arabia Independent UN rights experts said on Wednesday they were “gravely concerned” over allegations that in 2018, a messaging app account belonging to the...

Concerns over food safety delay venison donation to New Brunswick food bank The town of Saint Andrews, N.B., is overrun by deer, and donating meat from a hunt was seen as a way of addressing the problem while helping the hung...

New York voters have turned against bail reform, new poll says New Yorkers have turned against bail reform. Support for the new law eliminating cash bail for most misdemeanor and some “non-violent” fe...

UN aviation experts to join Ukraine Airlines Iran crash investigation Experts from the UN aviation watchdog, ICAO, will support the investigation into the crash of a Ukrainian Passenger plane in Iran on January 8, follo...

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Climate groups turn up the heat on big banks, insurers Several major national environmental groups, including Sierra Club, the Union of Concerned Scientists and 350.org, unveiled the new campaign dubbed “...

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Climate groups turn up the heat on big banks, insurers Several major national environmental groups, including Sierra Club, the Union of Concerned Scientists and 350.org, unveiled the new campaign dubbed “...

Climate groups turn up the heat on big banks, insurers Several major national environmental groups, including Sierra Club, the Union of Concerned Scientists and 350.org, unveiled the new campaign dubbed “...

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Climate groups turn up the heat on big banks, insurers Several major national environmental groups, including Sierra Club, the Union of Concerned Scientists and 350.org, unveiled the new campaign dubbed “...

Former UN chief Perez de Cuéllar celebrates his 100th birthday The fifth Secretary-General, Javier Perez de Cuéllar, whose UN career began with the first ever General Assembly meeting in 1946, celebrates his 100t...

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BJP's Social Media "Beta" Tajinder Bagga Makes His Election Debut Tajinder Pal Singh Bagga, who debuts as a BJP candidate for the February Delhi election, is one of the ruling party's most prominent faces on social ...

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Meghan Markle's father defends his reputation in new UK documentary The estranged father of Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, has sought to defend his reputation in a new documentary to be broadcast on Wednesday, but said he...

Former UN chief Perez de Cuéllar celebrates his 100th birthday The fifth Secretary-General, Javier Perez de Cuéllar, whose UN career began with the first ever General Assembly meeting in 1946, celebrates his 100t...

Climate groups turn up the heat on big banks, insurers Several major national environmental groups, including Sierra Club, the Union of Concerned Scientists and 350.org, unveiled the new campaign dubbed “...

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UN aviation experts to join Ukraine Airlines Iran crash investigation Experts from the UN aviation watchdog, ICAO, will support the investigation into the crash of a Ukrainian Passenger plane in Iran on January 8, follo...

If Russia Hacked Burisma, Brace for the Leaks to Follow The Kremlin likely hacked the oil giant. Its next play: selectively release—and even forge—documents. Did the US learn enough from 2016 to ignore the...

Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

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Tips for Cooking Your Ground Beef Safely Over the past few years, there have been an alarming number of recalls of contaminated meat, so Inside Edition looked into what may be lurking in the...

Liberal media scream: Manic Maher says Trump won’t leave if defeated Liberals are already measuring the drapes in the Oval Office but are fretting that President Trump will be hiding behind them if defeated in November...

Indigenous leaders protest against major Alberta oilsands mine proposal Indigenous leaders from British Columbia and Alberta who oppose Teck's Frontier mine say its impact will be felt by First Nations well beyond the sit...

New York voters have turned against bail reform, new poll says New Yorkers have turned against bail reform. Support for the new law eliminating cash bail for most misdemeanor and some “non-violent” fe...

UN aviation experts to join Ukraine Airlines Iran crash investigation Experts from the UN aviation watchdog, ICAO, will support the investigation into the crash of a Ukrainian Passenger plane in Iran on January 8, follo...

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Climate groups turn up the heat on big banks, insurers Several major national environmental groups, including Sierra Club, the Union of Concerned Scientists and 350.org, unveiled the new campaign dubbed “...

Swiss officials foil suspected Davos spy plot by Russian ‘plumbers’ Swiss police foiled the beginnings of a suspected Russian spy operation five months before world leaders swarmed Davos, Switzerland, for the World Ec...

Harvey Weinstein's lawyers say emails show 'loving relationships' with accusers The third week of Harvey Weinstein's sex-crimes trial began with more arguments over motions before opening statements on Wednesday.   ...

Climate groups turn up the heat on big banks, insurers Several major national environmental groups, including Sierra Club, the Union of Concerned Scientists and 350.org, unveiled the new campaign dubbed “...

Climate groups turn up the heat on big banks, insurers Several major national environmental groups, including Sierra Club, the Union of Concerned Scientists and 350.org, unveiled the new campaign dubbed “...

Rising inequality affecting more than two-thirds of the globe, but it’s not inevitable: new UN report Inequality is growing for more than 70 per cent of the global population, exacerbating the risks of divisions and hampering economic and social devel...

‘Lives are at stake’: the Philippines looks to relocate Taal volcano residents “They lived on the volcano itself with 47 craters. That’s really dangerous. It’s like having a gun pointed at you,” Renato Solidum, the head of the v...

Prince Harry seeks 'more peaceful life' as reluctantly ends royal role Britain's Prince Harry has spoken of his sadness at being forced to give up his royal duties in a deal with Queen Elizabeth and senior Windsors, sayi...

Climate crisis ‘affecting quality of life and fuelling discontent’ The climate crisis, as well as persistently high inequalities, and rising levels of food insecurity and undernourishment, is affecting the quality of...

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Haiti earthquake victims honoured at UN, with pledge to safeguard the nation’s future More than 200,000 Haitians who perished in the devastating earthquake which struck the island nation ten years ago, were honoured in a solemn ceremon...

11 U.S. troops evacuated from Iraq base after Trump claimed none 'were harmed' While no service members were killed in the Iranian strike on Iraq’s Al-Asad air base, “several were treated for concussion symptoms from the blast a...

Former UN chief Perez de Cuéllar celebrates his 100th birthday The fifth Secretary-General, Javier Perez de Cuéllar, whose UN career began with the first ever General Assembly meeting in 1946, celebrates his 100t...

Climate groups turn up the heat on big banks, insurers Several major national environmental groups, including Sierra Club, the Union of Concerned Scientists and 350.org, unveiled the new campaign dubbed “...

Japan's Aeon aims to start selling eco-certified sushi in time for Olympics Japanese supermarket chain Aeon Co Ltd , Asia's biggest retailer by sales, said it aims to start selling eco-certified sushi this year amid growing d...

UN aviation experts to join Ukraine Airlines Iran crash investigation Experts from the UN aviation watchdog, ICAO, will support the investigation into the crash of a Ukrainian Passenger plane in Iran on January 8, follo...

If Russia Hacked Burisma, Brace for the Leaks to Follow The Kremlin likely hacked the oil giant. Its next play: selectively release—and even forge—documents. Did the US learn enough from 2016 to ignore the...

Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

If Russia Hacked Burisma, Brace for the Leaks to Follow The Kremlin likely hacked the oil giant. Its next play: selectively release—and even forge—documents. Did the US learn enough from 2016 to ignore the...

Tips for Cooking Your Ground Beef Safely Over the past few years, there have been an alarming number of recalls of contaminated meat, so Inside Edition looked into what may be lurking in the...

Liberal media scream: Manic Maher says Trump won’t leave if defeated Liberals are already measuring the drapes in the Oval Office but are fretting that President Trump will be hiding behind them if defeated in November...

Indigenous leaders protest against major Alberta oilsands mine proposal Indigenous leaders from British Columbia and Alberta who oppose Teck's Frontier mine say its impact will be felt by First Nations well beyond the sit...

California sues to block Trump plan for opening 1M acres of state lands for drilling and fracking California is taking the Trump administration to court over the Bureau of Land Management’s plan to reopen over a million acres of public lands in th...

Former UN chief Perez de Cuéllar celebrates his 100th birthday The fifth Secretary-General, Javier Perez de Cuéllar, whose UN career began with the first ever General Assembly meeting in 1946, celebrates his 100t...

Climate crisis ‘affecting quality of life and fuelling discontent’ The climate crisis, as well as persistently high inequalities, and rising levels of food insecurity and undernourishment, is affecting the quality of...

UN aviation experts to join Ukraine Airlines Iran crash investigation Experts from the UN aviation watchdog, ICAO, will support the investigation into the crash of a Ukrainian Passenger plane in Iran on January 8, follo...

Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

‘Lives are at stake’: the Philippines looks to relocate Taal volcano residents “They lived on the volcano itself with 47 craters. That’s really dangerous. It’s like having a gun pointed at you,” Renato Solidum, the head of the v...

Prince Harry seeks 'more peaceful life' as reluctantly ends royal role Britain's Prince Harry has spoken of his sadness at being forced to give up his royal duties in a deal with Queen Elizabeth and senior Windsors, sayi...

Climate crisis ‘affecting quality of life and fuelling discontent’ The climate crisis, as well as persistently high inequalities, and rising levels of food insecurity and undernourishment, is affecting the quality of...

Davos turns to the Bible for advice on trust When the World Economic Forum opens in Davos, Switzerland, on Monday, an unexpected source will be offered to the thousands of business and political...

Doris Miller's other legacy: How a hero of Pearl Harbor helped pave the way for black sailors When Doris “Dorie” Miller fired at Japanese fighters with an anti-aircraft gun during the 1941 Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, he wasn’t just protec...

Haiti earthquake victims honoured at UN, with pledge to safeguard the nation’s future More than 200,000 Haitians who perished in the devastating earthquake which struck the island nation ten years ago, were honoured in a solemn ceremon...

11 U.S. troops evacuated from Iraq base after Trump claimed none 'were harmed' While no service members were killed in the Iranian strike on Iraq’s Al-Asad air base, “several were treated for concussion symptoms from the blast a...

11 U.S. troops evacuated from Iraq base after Trump claimed none 'were harmed' While no service members were killed in the Iranian strike on Iraq’s Al-Asad air base, “several were treated for concussion symptoms from the blast a...

Climate crisis ‘affecting quality of life and fuelling discontent’ The climate crisis, as well as persistently high inequalities, and rising levels of food insecurity and undernourishment, is affecting the quality of...

Tips for Cooking Your Ground Beef Safely Over the past few years, there have been an alarming number of recalls of contaminated meat, so Inside Edition looked into what may be lurking in the...

What the newly released Checkra1n jailbreak means for iDevice security Enlarge (credit: @Checkra1n) It has been a week since the release of Checkra1n, the world’s first jailbreak for devices running Apple’s iOS 13. Becau...

If Russia Hacked Burisma, Brace for the Leaks to Follow The Kremlin likely hacked the oil giant. Its next play: selectively release—and even forge—documents. Did the US learn enough from 2016 to ignore the...

Uploading your brain will leave you exposed to software glitches Think a digital version of your mind will allow you to live forever? It might, but it will also open you up to software manipulation and server probl...

If Russia Hacked Burisma, Brace for the Leaks to Follow The Kremlin likely hacked the oil giant. Its next play: selectively release—and even forge—documents. Did the US learn enough from 2016 to ignore the...

Climate groups turn up the heat on big banks, insurers Several major national environmental groups, including Sierra Club, the Union of Concerned Scientists and 350.org, unveiled the new campaign dubbed “...

‘This terrible situation cannot be allowed to continue’, UN chief tells world leaders at major Libya summit Speaking at a major, high-level summit on Libya, held in the German capital Berlin on Sunday, UN Secretary-General António Guterres evoked the disast...

Wallace & Gromit's creators make new animation to try to save the seas Olivia Colman and Helen Mirren have teamed up with the creators of Wallace & Gromit in a film called Turtle Journey to raise awareness about climate ...

11 U.S. troops evacuated from Iraq base after Trump claimed none 'were harmed' While no service members were killed in the Iranian strike on Iraq’s Al-Asad air base, “several were treated for concussion symptoms from the blast a...

Non-profit eatery closes doors after less than a month, chef laments A Lower East Side eatery owned by a non-profit touting staff diversity and fair wages is closing its doors after less than a month — informing its ch...

California sues to block Trump plan for opening 1M acres of state lands for drilling and fracking California is taking the Trump administration to court over the Bureau of Land Management’s plan to reopen over a million acres of public lands in th...

Former UN chief Perez de Cuéllar celebrates his 100th birthday The fifth Secretary-General, Javier Perez de Cuéllar, whose UN career began with the first ever General Assembly meeting in 1946, celebrates his 100t...

Climate crisis ‘affecting quality of life and fuelling discontent’ The climate crisis, as well as persistently high inequalities, and rising levels of food insecurity and undernourishment, is affecting the quality of...

UN aviation experts to join Ukraine Airlines Iran crash investigation Experts from the UN aviation watchdog, ICAO, will support the investigation into the crash of a Ukrainian Passenger plane in Iran on January 8, follo...

Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

Army says 20 soldiers died in training accidents over the past year Twenty U.S. Army soldiers died in training accidents over the last year, while another 70 were seriously injured, according to statistics obtained by...

On edge: Unarmed Virginia gun protesters ask armed friends to ‘watch over us’ Dismissing rhetoric from Democrats that armed Second Amendment supporters are threatening to stir up a Monday rally at the Virginia Capitol, activist...

What the newly released Checkra1n jailbreak means for iDevice security Enlarge (credit: @Checkra1n) It has been a week since the release of Checkra1n, the world’s first jailbreak for devices running Apple’s iOS 13. Becau...

A Climate Show Was Canceled. Then Came the Finger-Pointing. One of the nation’s most successful theaters, the Public, shortened the run of a monologue by a prominent artist-activist, Josh Fox. Now each party i...

Late actor Paul Walker's vehicles garner $2.33 million at Arizona auction Twenty-one vehicles owned by the late actor Paul Walker, who starred in the popular "Fast and Furious" movie franchise, sold for a combined $2.33 mil...

SEE IT: Man busted in Brooklyn after wild crash in stolen car A man was busted following a high-speed crash in Brooklyn Saturday — in what police later found was a stolen car, authorities said. The unidentified ...

Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

Climate groups turn up the heat on big banks, insurers Several major national environmental groups, including Sierra Club, the Union of Concerned Scientists and 350.org, unveiled the new campaign dubbed “...

Army says 20 soldiers died in training accidents over the past year Twenty U.S. Army soldiers died in training accidents over the last year, while another 70 were seriously injured, according to statistics obtained by...

Dolly Parton turns 74: The country music icon through the years Country icon Dolly Parton turns 74 on Jan. 19, 2020. To celebrate, we're looking back on the Tennessee native's illustrious music career.   ...

Haiti earthquake victims honoured at UN, with pledge to safeguard the nation’s future More than 200,000 Haitians who perished in the devastating earthquake which struck the island nation ten years ago, were honoured in a solemn ceremon...

Australian government says to support tourism industry as bushfires recede The Australian government said on Sunday it will provide financial aid to the country's tourism sector that's been badly hit by long-lasting bushfire...

11 U.S. troops evacuated from Iraq base after Trump claimed none 'were harmed' While no service members were killed in the Iranian strike on Iraq’s Al-Asad air base, “several were treated for concussion symptoms from the blast a...

Climate crisis ‘affecting quality of life and fuelling discontent’ The climate crisis, as well as persistently high inequalities, and rising levels of food insecurity and undernourishment, is affecting the quality of...

Tips for Cooking Your Ground Beef Safely Over the past few years, there have been an alarming number of recalls of contaminated meat, so Inside Edition looked into what may be lurking in the...

What the newly released Checkra1n jailbreak means for iDevice security Enlarge (credit: @Checkra1n) It has been a week since the release of Checkra1n, the world’s first jailbreak for devices running Apple’s iOS 13. Becau...

If Russia Hacked Burisma, Brace for the Leaks to Follow The Kremlin likely hacked the oil giant. Its next play: selectively release—and even forge—documents. Did the US learn enough from 2016 to ignore the...

Uploading your brain will leave you exposed to software glitches Think a digital version of your mind will allow you to live forever? It might, but it will also open you up to software manipulation and server probl...

If Russia Hacked Burisma, Brace for the Leaks to Follow The Kremlin likely hacked the oil giant. Its next play: selectively release—and even forge—documents. Did the US learn enough from 2016 to ignore the...

Climate groups turn up the heat on big banks, insurers Several major national environmental groups, including Sierra Club, the Union of Concerned Scientists and 350.org, unveiled the new campaign dubbed “...

‘This terrible situation cannot be allowed to continue’, UN chief tells world leaders at major Libya summit Speaking at a major, high-level summit on Libya, held in the German capital Berlin on Sunday, UN Secretary-General António Guterres evoked the disast...

Wallace & Gromit's creators make new animation to try to save the seas Olivia Colman and Helen Mirren have teamed up with the creators of Wallace & Gromit in a film called Turtle Journey to raise awareness about climate ...

11 U.S. troops evacuated from Iraq base after Trump claimed none 'were harmed' While no service members were killed in the Iranian strike on Iraq’s Al-Asad air base, “several were treated for concussion symptoms from the blast a...

Non-profit eatery closes doors after less than a month, chef laments A Lower East Side eatery owned by a non-profit touting staff diversity and fair wages is closing its doors after less than a month — informing its ch...

Climate crisis ‘affecting quality of life and fuelling discontent’ The climate crisis, as well as persistently high inequalities, and rising levels of food insecurity and undernourishment, is affecting the quality of...

Army says 20 soldiers died in training accidents over the past year Twenty U.S. Army soldiers died in training accidents over the last year, while another 70 were seriously injured, according to statistics obtained by...

Prince Harry, A Royal Trying To Escape Public Attention Scarred by the death of his mother, Prince Harry struggled in the royal limelight for much of his life, and his fears for wife Meghan proved to be th...

Libya: ‘Dire and untenable’ situation for tens of thousands of children in unrelenting conflict The world should not accept the “dire and untenable” situation facing children in wartorn Libya the head of the UN Children’s Fund, UNICEF, said on F...

On edge: Unarmed Virginia gun protesters ask armed friends to ‘watch over us’ Dismissing rhetoric from Democrats that armed Second Amendment supporters are threatening to stir up a Monday rally at the Virginia Capitol, activist...

Army says 20 soldiers died in training accidents over the past year Twenty U.S. Army soldiers died in training accidents over the last year, while another 70 were seriously injured, according to statistics obtained by...

On edge: Unarmed Virginia gun protesters ask armed friends to ‘watch over us’ Dismissing rhetoric from Democrats that armed Second Amendment supporters are threatening to stir up a Monday rally at the Virginia Capitol, activist...

What the newly released Checkra1n jailbreak means for iDevice security Enlarge (credit: @Checkra1n) It has been a week since the release of Checkra1n, the world’s first jailbreak for devices running Apple’s iOS 13. Becau...

A Climate Show Was Canceled. Then Came the Finger-Pointing. One of the nation’s most successful theaters, the Public, shortened the run of a monologue by a prominent artist-activist, Josh Fox. Now each party i...

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11 U.S. troops evacuated from Iraq base after Trump claimed none 'were harmed' While no service members were killed in the Iranian strike on Iraq’s Al-Asad air base, “several were treated for concussion symptoms from the blast a...

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Virginia sued over Second Amendment rally gun ban Two gun rights groups planning to host a rally of 130,000 supporters Monday at the Virginia state Capitol have sued to repeal Democratic Gov. Ralph N...

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China coal additions are key source of emissions, and America is doing almost nothing about it Curbing China's coal consumption is in many ways the main challenge when it comes to slowing global climate change, but accomplishing that goal has a...

Yosemite national park: 170 recent visitors suffer norovirus symptoms Two cases of upset stomach and diarrhea confirmed as norovirus, as park says it is undertaking ‘extensive cleaning’ effortsRoughly 170 people who hav...

Philippines volcano: UN stands ready with support, as thousands told to flee The UN is concerned over warnings issued by Philippines’ authorities that volcanic eruptions on the country’s most populous island could last “days, ...

'It was going for my throat': Florida python hunters wrestle invasive snakes Thomas Aycock's life flashed before his eyes one night in the Everglades as a 13-foot Burmese python squeezed his arm and a leg in its coils. Aycock,...

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UN aviation experts to join Ukraine Airlines Iran crash investigation Experts from the UN aviation watchdog, ICAO, will support the investigation into the crash of a Ukrainian Passenger plane in Iran on January 8, follo...

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Haiti earthquake victims honoured at UN, with pledge to safeguard the nation’s future More than 200,000 Haitians who perished in the devastating earthquake which struck the island nation ten years ago, were honoured in a solemn ceremon...

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Nestle to invest up to 2 billion Swiss francs to shift to recycled plastics Food giant Nestle said on Thursday it would invest up to 2 billion Swiss francs ($2.07 billion) to source more recycled plastics to package its produ...

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Climate groups turn up the heat on big banks, insurers Several major national environmental groups, including Sierra Club, the Union of Concerned Scientists and 350.org, unveiled the new campaign dubbed “...

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Virginia Man Charged in 'Swatting' Case Found to Have Neo-Nazi Ties “Swatting,” if you’re unaware, is a prank where some calls in a fake emergency in a targeted effort to generate a huge response from law enforcement....

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UN aviation experts to join Ukraine Airlines Iran crash investigation Experts from the UN aviation watchdog, ICAO, will support the investigation into the crash of a Ukrainian Passenger plane in Iran on January 8, follo...

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Climate groups turn up the heat on big banks, insurers Several major national environmental groups, including Sierra Club, the Union of Concerned Scientists and 350.org, unveiled the new campaign dubbed “...

UN moves to tackle ‘hidden abuse’ and violence against Europe’s children Each year, at least 55 million children in Europe suffer some form of physical, sexual, emotional or psychological violence, the UN health agency (WH...

Illegal immigrant crossings fall 78% and once overcrowded cells are empty There are a lot of statistics Mark A. Morgan, acting U.S. Customs and Border Protection commissioner, uses to show how Trump policies have helped to ...

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Illegal immigrant crossings fall 78% and once overcrowded cells are empty There are a lot of statistics Mark A. Morgan, acting U.S. Customs and Border Protection commissioner, uses to show how Trump policies have helped to ...

Climate groups turn up the heat on big banks, insurers Several major national environmental groups, including Sierra Club, the Union of Concerned Scientists and 350.org, unveiled the new campaign dubbed “...

Illegal immigrant crossings fall 78% and once overcrowded cells are empty There are a lot of statistics Mark A. Morgan, acting U.S. Customs and Border Protection commissioner, uses to show how Trump policies have helped to ...

If Russia Hacked Burisma, Brace for the Leaks to Follow The Kremlin likely hacked the oil giant. Its next play: selectively release—and even forge—documents. Did the US learn enough from 2016 to ignore the...

Global Goals top General Assembly President’s priority list The President of the 74th session of the UN General Assembly on Monday set out his 2020 priorities, which aim to make the 17 Sustainable Development ...

Can air purifiers improve students' academic performance? After purifiers were installed in southern California classrooms following a gas leak, students saw gains on math and English testsA 2015 gas leak th...

BlackRock C.E.O. Larry Fink: Climate Crisis Will Reshape Finance In his influential annual letter to chief executives, Mr. Fink said his firm would avoid investments in companies that “present a high sustainability...

Virginia Man Charged in 'Swatting' Case Found to Have Neo-Nazi Ties “Swatting,” if you’re unaware, is a prank where some calls in a fake emergency in a targeted effort to generate a huge response from law enforcement....

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Philippines volcano: UN aid operation in place as thousands told to flee The UN is concerned over warnings issued by Philippines’ authorities that volcanic eruptions on the country’s most populous island could last “days, ...

UN aviation experts to join Ukraine Airlines Iran crash investigation Experts from the UN aviation watchdog, ICAO, will support the investigation into the crash of a Ukrainian Passenger plane in Iran on January 8, follo...

Inside the Spectacular Implosion at the Romance Writers of America The Romance Writers of America, one of the country’s largest writers associations, is in chaos. In late December, the RWA board made the perplexing a...

Sudan: Lives of traumatized, displaced women in West Darfur under threat Ongoing instability in Sudan’s West Darfur region has left the lives, health and safety of thousands of women hanging in the balance, according to th...

UN chief pays tribute to ‘enduring contributions’ to regional, international diplomacy of Oman’s late Sultan Qaboos UN Secretary-General António Guterres has extended his profound condolences to the Royal family, the Government and people of Oman on the passing of ...

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Illegal immigrant crossings fall 78% and once overcrowded cells are empty There are a lot of statistics Mark A. Morgan, acting U.S. Customs and Border Protection commissioner, uses to show how Trump policies have helped to ...

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'Parasite' director Bong says 'language barrier' broken after Oscar nod "Parasite" director Bong Joon-ho said he was surprised and overjoyed when the film won six Oscar nominations on Monday, a historic first for South Ko...

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Global Goals top General Assembly President’s priority list The President of the 74th session of the UN General Assembly on Monday set out his 2020 priorities, which aim to make the 17 Sustainable Development ...

Illegal immigrant crossings fall 78% and once overcrowded cells are empty There are a lot of statistics Mark A. Morgan, acting U.S. Customs and Border Protection commissioner, uses to show how Trump policies have helped to ...

Climate groups turn up the heat on big banks, insurers Several major national environmental groups, including Sierra Club, the Union of Concerned Scientists and 350.org, unveiled the new campaign dubbed “...

Illegal immigrant crossings fall 78% and once overcrowded cells are empty There are a lot of statistics Mark A. Morgan, acting U.S. Customs and Border Protection commissioner, uses to show how Trump policies have helped to ...

If Russia Hacked Burisma, Brace for the Leaks to Follow The Kremlin likely hacked the oil giant. Its next play: selectively release—and even forge—documents. Did the US learn enough from 2016 to ignore the...

Global Goals top General Assembly President’s priority list The President of the 74th session of the UN General Assembly on Monday set out his 2020 priorities, which aim to make the 17 Sustainable Development ...

Can air purifiers improve students' academic performance? After purifiers were installed in southern California classrooms following a gas leak, students saw gains on math and English testsA 2015 gas leak th...

BlackRock C.E.O. Larry Fink: Climate Crisis Will Reshape Finance In his influential annual letter to chief executives, Mr. Fink said his firm would avoid investments in companies that “present a high sustainability...

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William Gibson's Agency drops time-travel paradoxes for big questions William Gibson's Agency is part of a new batch of sci-fi that adds intriguing ethical wrinkles to the classic time-travel genre, says columnist Sally...

Climate groups turn up the heat on big banks, insurers Several major national environmental groups, including Sierra Club, the Union of Concerned Scientists and 350.org, unveiled the new campaign dubbed “...

PHOTOS: Aftermath of Iranian ballistic missile attack on US-Iraqi base As American forces work to clean up the base in Iraq that was attacked by Iranian ballistic missile strikes, photos were released that show the exten...

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William Gibson's Agency drops time-travel paradoxes for big questions William Gibson's Agency is part of a new batch of sci-fi that adds intriguing ethical wrinkles to the classic time-travel genre, says columnist Sally...

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UN chief pays tribute to ‘enduring contributions’ to regional, international diplomacy of Oman’s late Sultan Qaboos UN Secretary-General António Guterres has extended his profound condolences to the Royal family, the Government and people of Oman on the passing of ...

New Jersey man charged with arson in massive Bound Brook fire A 28-year-old man allegedly sparked the massive seven-alarm inferno that tore through a Central Jersey main street over the weekend, authorities said...

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Bloomberg’s campaign spends $200M in TV ads — but none in Iowa What will the farmers think? Billionaire Mike Bloomberg has already spent more than $200 million in ads on his 2020 presidential campaign — but...

Killings and violence targeting ethnic group in DR Congo ‘may amount to crimes against humanity’ The targeting of the Hema community in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) with violence, including killings and rape, may amount to crimes ag...

Prince Harry, A Royal Trying To Escape Public Attention Scarred by the death of his mother, Prince Harry struggled in the royal limelight for much of his life, and his fears for wife Meghan proved to be th...

Trump could be ‘big beneficiary' in Virginia gun control battle, urged to get involved The exploding battle over gun control in Virginia could help President Trump return the state to the GOP in the November elections, according to a le...

Trump could be ‘big beneficiary' in Virginia gun control battle, urged to get involved The exploding battle over gun control in Virginia could help President Trump return the state to the GOP in the November elections, according to a le...

Trump Retweets Photoshopped Image of Nancy Pelosi in a Hijab Because a Muslim Is Obviously More Dangerous Than a Degenerate Wannabe Dictator There is one joke that never seems to get old with Republican voters; maybe you’ve heard it: It’s the one where everyone pokes fun at people wearing ...

Lethbridge woman knits items to help injured animals in Australia Kacie Dyck considers herself to be a crafty person who loves to knit, which is why she decided to knit for animals that have been injured by the bush...

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Did Donald Trump and Iran Use Twitter to Prevent a War? Tweets from US president Donald Trump and Iranian foreign minister Javad Zarif Tuesday offered a fascinating glimpse at how world leaders can communi...

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White House unveils plan to speed big projects permits The Trump administration on Thursday unveiled a plan to speed permitting for major infrastructure projects like oil pipelines, including by dropping ...

Environment Canada warns of ‘significant winter storm’ expected to hit GTA Saturday The weather agency said a low pressure system could bring rain, freezing rain and snow although it's not yet determined what areas will be the most h...

Daily on Energy: Parsing House Democrats’ big climate push Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

'Despicable lies': Susan Rice ridicules Trump claim that US paid for missiles fired from Iran President Barack Obama's national security adviser Susan Rice blasted President Trump for claiming that the Obama administration "paid for" the balli...

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Returning From a Holiday Break, the Sussexes Announce a 'Step Back' From the Monarchy The Duke and Duchess of Sussex—also known as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle—have only just concluded several weeks out of the spotlight as they retre...

Sudan: Intercommunal clashes displace tens of thousands in volatile Darfur region Around 40,000 have been displaced in Sudan’s West Darfur State in recent days, following intercommunal clashes, the UN Office for the Coordination of...

Embracing flat Earth science denialism can help us overcome it Our positive experiences with flat Earthers show how we can combat science denialism by embracing it, not spurning it, say David Westmoreland and Con...

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Did Donald Trump and Iran Use Twitter to Prevent a War? Tweets from US president Donald Trump and Iranian foreign minister Javad Zarif Tuesday offered a fascinating glimpse at how world leaders can communi...

Did Donald Trump and Iran Use Twitter to Prevent a War? Tweets from US president Donald Trump and Iranian foreign minister Javad Zarif Tuesday offered a fascinating glimpse at how world leaders can communi...

Finding common ground in East Africa: a UN Resident Coordinator blog Together, Kenya and Uganda kick-start a Decade of Action to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals by partnering with the UN to address challenges...

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British royals Harry and Meghan step back from senior roles in surprise move Prince Harry and his wife Meghan will step back from senior roles in Britain's royal family and spend more time in North America, they said on Wednes...

Tips for Cooking Your Ground Beef Safely Over the past few years, there have been an alarming number of recalls of contaminated meat, so Inside Edition looked into what may be lurking in the...

Lindsey Graham's Democratic Challenger Jaime Harrison Raises $3.5 Million In 3 Months South Carolina Democrat Jaime Harrison is running to oust Senator/human Muppet Lindsey Graham from the seat he’s held for three terms. Recent fundrai...

New York Film Critics Circle Awards: Reese Witherspoon, Adam Sandler on the red carpet Awards season is in full swing! Hollywood's elite showed up in force at the New York Film Critics Circle Awards. Click through to see who attended: &...

WATCH: Family fills van with koalas in rescue mission during Australian wildfires A group of volunteers rescued a van full of koalas as part of the effort to save as many animals as possible during the wildfires consuming much of A...

Surging California homeless 'crisis' offsets drop in nation: HUD A 16% increase in homelessness in California accounted for most of the 3% national increase, putting more heat on the state’s lagging effort to curb ...

Marine Labs on the Water’s Edge Are Threatened by Climate Change A marine lab built to withstand hurricanes faces a slower menace: climate change. Problems arising wherever science operates at the shifting border o...

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Tips for Cooking Your Ground Beef Safely Over the past few years, there have been an alarming number of recalls of contaminated meat, so Inside Edition looked into what may be lurking in the...

Environment Canada warns of ‘significant winter storm’ expected to hit GTA Saturday The weather agency said a low pressure system could bring rain, freezing rain and snow although it's not yet determined what areas will be the most h...

Daily on Energy: Parsing House Democrats’ big climate push Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

'Despicable lies': Susan Rice ridicules Trump claim that US paid for missiles fired from Iran President Barack Obama's national security adviser Susan Rice blasted President Trump for claiming that the Obama administration "paid for" the balli...

Women in Business 'must be knowledgeable and trust their knowledge' Women who set up their own businesses will succeed if they are knowledgeable about their field and “trust their knowledge”; that’s according to the o...

Returning From a Holiday Break, the Sussexes Announce a 'Step Back' From the Monarchy The Duke and Duchess of Sussex—also known as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle—have only just concluded several weeks out of the spotlight as they retre...

Sudan: Intercommunal clashes displace tens of thousands in volatile Darfur region Around 40,000 have been displaced in Sudan’s West Darfur State in recent days, following intercommunal clashes, the UN Office for the Coordination of...

Embracing flat Earth science denialism can help us overcome it Our positive experiences with flat Earthers show how we can combat science denialism by embracing it, not spurning it, say David Westmoreland and Con...

Marine Labs on the Water’s Edge Are Threatened by Climate Change A marine lab built to withstand hurricanes faces a slower menace: climate change. Problems arising wherever science operates at the shifting border o...

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Australia bushfire crisis: UNICEF offers help and support Raging bushfires wreaking havoc across Australia have prompted the UN Children’s Fund, UNICEF, to offer its support to the Australian Government and ...

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Monday’s Daily Brief: Geopolitical strife, Australia bushfires, Burkina Faso, Cambodia updates Monday’s top stories include: UN chief’s call for de-escalation in global tensions; UNICEF offers help as Australia bushfires continue to rage; condo...

The best new books, films and games to enjoy in 2020 Wondering what to read, watch and see this year? Here's our cracking cultural calendar of the most interesting non-fiction, films, games, events and ...

The best new books, films and games to enjoy in 2020 Wondering what to read, watch and see this year? Here's our cracking cultural calendar of the most interesting non-fiction, films, games, events and ...

Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

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Finding common ground in East Africa: a UN Resident Coordinator blog Together, Kenya and Uganda kick-start a Decade of Action to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals by partnering with the UN to address challenges...

House Democrat defends Obama's Iran strategy Rep. Ro Khanna said Tuesday that he disagreed with the idea that the Obama administration could have done more to curb Iranian aggression in the Midd...

Surging California homeless 'crisis' offset drop in nation: HUD A 16% increase in homelessness in California accounted for most of the 3% national increase, putting more heat on the state’s lagging effort to curb ...

Judge threatens Harvey Weinstein with jail for texting in court Harvey Weinstein's rape trial took a dramatic turn on Tuesday as the judge threatened to revoke his bail and jail the former film producer after catc...

Women in Business 'must be knowledgeable and trust their knowledge' Women who set up their own businesses will succeed if they are knowledgeable about their field and “trust their knowledge”; that’s according to the o...

New York Film Critics Circle Awards: Reese Witherspoon, Adam Sandler on the red carpet Awards season is in full swing! Hollywood's elite showed up in force at the New York Film Critics Circle Awards. Click through to see who attended: &...

WATCH: Family fills van with koalas in rescue mission during Australian wildfires A group of volunteers rescued a van full of koalas as part of the effort to save as many animals as possible during the wildfires consuming much of A...

Surging California homeless 'crisis' offsets drop in nation: HUD A 16% increase in homelessness in California accounted for most of the 3% national increase, putting more heat on the state’s lagging effort to curb ...

Marine Labs on the Water’s Edge Are Threatened by Climate Change A marine lab built to withstand hurricanes faces a slower menace: climate change. Problems arising wherever science operates at the shifting border o...

Tips for Cooking Your Ground Beef Safely Over the past few years, there have been an alarming number of recalls of contaminated meat, so Inside Edition looked into what may be lurking in the...

De Blasio getting the cold shoulder from Albany lawmakers If Mayor de Blasio feels like he’s getting a chilly reception upstate, it’s not just the Albany winter. Hizzoner will head to the Capitol on Wednesda...

Newyddion gwych! Maths predicts that Welsh language is set to thrive The Welsh language, spoken by around half a million people today, is expected to “thrive in the long term”, based on a model looking at how proficien...

Tips for Cooking Your Ground Beef Safely Over the past few years, there have been an alarming number of recalls of contaminated meat, so Inside Edition looked into what may be lurking in the...

The best new books, films and games to enjoy in 2020 Wondering what to read, watch and see this year? Here's our cracking cultural calendar of the most interesting non-fiction, films, games, events and ...

‘The pressure will increase’: Standoff between Maduro and Guaido will deepen, says Trump's Venezuela expert Venezuelan strongman Nicolas Maduro’s blockade of the National Assembly will provoke additional sanctions from the United States and western allies, ...

Finding common ground in East Africa: a UN Resident Coordinator blog Together, Kenya and Uganda kick-start a Decade of Action to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals by partnering with the UN to address challenges...

‘The pressure will increase’: Standoff between Maduro and Guaido will deepen, says Trump's Venezuela expert Venezuelan strongman Nicolas Maduro’s blockade of the National Assembly will provoke additional sanctions from the United States and western allies, ...

Australia strengthens bushfire defenses as economic, environmental costs mount Australian firefighters used a break from searing temperatures on Tuesday to strengthen containment lines around huge wildfires as the financial and ...

US dairy industry suffering as Americans consume less milk The amount of liquid milk consumed per capita in the US has tumbled more than 40% since 1975The US dairy industry, the largest in the world, is under...

AOC Expresses Frustration With 'Moderates', Generally States Facts In New Interview It’s been frustrating in recent years watching the Democratic party try too hard to appeal to a group that wants nothing to do with it. Congresswoman...

Trans Mountain, LNG pipeline among projects UN racism committee urges to be stopped The committee, made up of 18 experts, said in a written directive last month that it is concerned by the approval and construction of three Canadian ...

Jury selection in Weinstein rape trial begins in wake of new charges Lawyers in Harvey Weinstein's rape trial will begin selecting jurors on Tuesday, a challenging process in the wake of the #MeToo movement and fresh s...

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Patricia Arquette offers ghost defense after accidentally hitting Joey King with Golden Globe "The Act" co-stars Joey King and Patricia Arquette had a bit of a bumpy start to award season when Arquette accidentally hit King in the head.  ...

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Finding common ground in East Africa: a UN Resident Coordinator blog Together, Kenya and Uganda kick-start a Decade of Action to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals by partnering with the UN to address challenges...

Australia bushfire crisis: UNICEF offers help and support Raging bushfires wreaking havoc across Australia have prompted the UN Children’s Fund, UNICEF, to offer its support to the Australian Government and ...

Monday’s Daily Brief: Geopolitical strife, Australia bushfires, Burkina Faso, Cambodia updates Monday’s top stories include: UN chief’s call for de-escalation in global tensions; UNICEF offers help as Australia bushfires continue to rage; condo...

Monday’s Daily Brief: Geopolitical strife, Australia bushfires, Burkina Faso, Cambodia updates Monday’s top stories include: UN chief’s call for de-escalation in global tensions; UNICEF offers help as Australia bushfires continue to rage; condo...

The best new books, films and games to enjoy in 2020 Wondering what to read, watch and see this year? Here's our cracking cultural calendar of the most interesting non-fiction, films, games, events and ...

The best new books, films and games to enjoy in 2020 Wondering what to read, watch and see this year? Here's our cracking cultural calendar of the most interesting non-fiction, films, games, events and ...

Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

Sudan: Intercommunal clashes displace tens of thousands in volatile Darfur region Around 40,000 have been displaced in Sudan’s West Darfur State in recent days, following intercommunal clashes, the UN Office for the Coordination of...

Finding common ground in East Africa: a UN Resident Coordinator blog Together, Kenya and Uganda kick-start a Decade of Action to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals by partnering with the UN to address challenges...

House Democrat defends Obama's Iran strategy Rep. Ro Khanna said Tuesday that he disagreed with the idea that the Obama administration could have done more to curb Iranian aggression in the Midd...

Surging California homeless 'crisis' offset drop in nation: HUD A 16% increase in homelessness in California accounted for most of the 3% national increase, putting more heat on the state’s lagging effort to curb ...

Judge threatens Harvey Weinstein with jail for texting in court Harvey Weinstein's rape trial took a dramatic turn on Tuesday as the judge threatened to revoke his bail and jail the former film producer after catc...

Women in Business 'must be knowledgeable and trust their knowledge' Women who set up their own businesses will succeed if they are knowledgeable about their field and “trust their knowledge”; that’s according to the o...

Defense secretary's chief of staff to step down He'll be replaced by Jen Stewart, the top Republican staffer on the House Armed Services Committee and a former top adviser to the chairman of the Jo...

UN Libya Mission strongly condemns bombing of military academy, at least 30 dead The UN Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL), on Sunday strongly condemned the bombing of a military academy in the capital Tripoli, which according to n...

Liberal Media Scream: CNN’s Don Lemon promises ‘to lean in harder’ CNN anchor Don Lemon, one of cable’s notable critics of President Trump, is the first 2020 winner of our weekly Liberal Media Scream feature for his ...

Canada’s natural disaster bills averaging almost half a billion a year: Federal data Data from Public Safety Canada lists the average annual bill for disaster assistance at $430 million over the last three years. That includes $485.8 ...

US dairy industry suffering as Americans consume less milk The amount of liquid milk consumed per capita in the US has tumbled more than 40% since 1975The US dairy industry, the largest in the world, is under...

'It was a mistake': Pentagon backtracks on Iraq troop withdrawal amid chaos over general's letter The most senior U.S. military officer said that a letter appearing to announce an American troop withdrawal from Iraq was "a mistake" and should not ...

Liberal Media Scream: CNN’s Don Lemon promises ‘to lean in harder’ CNN anchor Don Lemon, one of cable’s notable critics of President Trump, is the first 2020 winner of our weekly Liberal Media Scream feature for his ...

AOC Expresses Frustration With 'Moderates', Generally States Facts In New Interview It’s been frustrating in recent years watching the Democratic party try too hard to appeal to a group that wants nothing to do with it. Congresswoman...

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‘The pressure will increase’: Standoff between Maduro and Guaido will deepen, says Trump's Venezuela expert Venezuelan strongman Nicolas Maduro’s blockade of the National Assembly will provoke additional sanctions from the United States and western allies, ...

Finding common ground in East Africa: a UN Resident Coordinator blog Together, Kenya and Uganda kick-start a Decade of Action to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals by partnering with the UN to address challenges...

‘The pressure will increase’: Standoff between Maduro and Guaido will deepen, says Trump's Venezuela expert Venezuelan strongman Nicolas Maduro’s blockade of the National Assembly will provoke additional sanctions from the United States and western allies, ...

Australia strengthens bushfire defenses as economic, environmental costs mount Australian firefighters used a break from searing temperatures on Tuesday to strengthen containment lines around huge wildfires as the financial and ...

US dairy industry suffering as Americans consume less milk The amount of liquid milk consumed per capita in the US has tumbled more than 40% since 1975The US dairy industry, the largest in the world, is under...

AOC Expresses Frustration With 'Moderates', Generally States Facts In New Interview It’s been frustrating in recent years watching the Democratic party try too hard to appeal to a group that wants nothing to do with it. Congresswoman...

Trans Mountain, LNG pipeline among projects UN racism committee urges to be stopped The committee, made up of 18 experts, said in a written directive last month that it is concerned by the approval and construction of three Canadian ...

Jury selection in Weinstein rape trial begins in wake of new charges Lawyers in Harvey Weinstein's rape trial will begin selecting jurors on Tuesday, a challenging process in the wake of the #MeToo movement and fresh s...

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Patricia Arquette offers ghost defense after accidentally hitting Joey King with Golden Globe "The Act" co-stars Joey King and Patricia Arquette had a bit of a bumpy start to award season when Arquette accidentally hit King in the head.  ...

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Meat Loaf says Greta Thunberg has been ‘brainwashed’ into believing climate change is real Rock star Meat Loaf believes that teenage climate change activist Greta Thunberg has been unwittingly "forced" into propagating a message of environm...

Weinstein rape trial begins with film producer facing up to life in prison The rape trial of Harvey Weinstein, the former movie mogul who transformed the independent film world with award-winning movies like “Shakespeare in ...

Women in Business 'must be knowledgeable and trust their knowledge' Women who set up their own businesses will succeed if they are knowledgeable about their field and “trust their knowledge”; that’s according to the o...

Weinstein rape trial begins with film producer facing up to life in prison The rape trial of Harvey Weinstein, the former movie mogul who transformed the independent film world with award-winning movies like “Shakespeare in ...

'Raises more questions than it answers': Pelosi slams Trump over classified notice of Soleimani strike House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was not satisfied with President Trump's notification to Congress of the airstrike that killed top Iranian commander Qasse...

Trump Rule Would Exclude Climate Change in Infrastructure Planning The administration will propose that federal agencies be allowed to disregard climate change when assessing the environmental effects of major projec...

Culture picks of 2020: We preview the best books, films and games Wondering what to read, watch and see this year? Here's our cracking cultural calendar of the most interesting non-fiction, films, games, events and ...

Meat Loaf says Greta Thunberg has been ‘brainwashed’ into believing climate change is real Rock star Meat Loaf believes that teenage climate change activist Greta Thunberg has been unwittingly "forced" into propagating a message of environm...

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Uninstall ToTok, an Alleged Emirati Spy App, From Your Phone Now A messaging app called ToTok had scores of positive reviews, particularly from users in the UAE. US intelligent officials say it may be spying for th...

Defense secretary's chief of staff to step down He'll be replaced by Jen Stewart, the top Republican staffer on the House Armed Services Committee and a former top adviser to the chairman of the Jo...

UN Libya Mission strongly condemns bombing of military academy, at least 30 dead The UN Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL), on Sunday strongly condemned the bombing of a military academy in the capital Tripoli, which according to n...

Liberal Media Scream: CNN’s Don Lemon promises ‘to lean in harder’ CNN anchor Don Lemon, one of cable’s notable critics of President Trump, is the first 2020 winner of our weekly Liberal Media Scream feature for his ...

Canada’s natural disaster bills averaging almost half a billion a year: Federal data Data from Public Safety Canada lists the average annual bill for disaster assistance at $430 million over the last three years. That includes $485.8 ...

US dairy industry suffering as Americans consume less milk The amount of liquid milk consumed per capita in the US has tumbled more than 40% since 1975The US dairy industry, the largest in the world, is under...

'It was a mistake': Pentagon backtracks on Iraq troop withdrawal amid chaos over general's letter The most senior U.S. military officer said that a letter appearing to announce an American troop withdrawal from Iraq was "a mistake" and should not ...

Liberal Media Scream: CNN’s Don Lemon promises ‘to lean in harder’ CNN anchor Don Lemon, one of cable’s notable critics of President Trump, is the first 2020 winner of our weekly Liberal Media Scream feature for his ...

AOC Expresses Frustration With 'Moderates', Generally States Facts In New Interview It’s been frustrating in recent years watching the Democratic party try too hard to appeal to a group that wants nothing to do with it. Congresswoman...

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Women in Business 'must be knowledgeable and trust their knowledge' Women who set up their own businesses will succeed if they are knowledgeable about their field and “trust their knowledge”; that’s according to the o...

Trump Rule Would Exclude Climate Change in Infrastructure Planning The administration will propose that federal agencies be allowed to disregard climate change when assessing the environmental effects of major projec...

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Finding common ground in East Africa: a UN Resident Coordinator blog Together, Kenya and Uganda kick-start a Decade of Action to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals by partnering with the UN to address challenges...

Hate Crime Charges For Woman Who Attacked Student With Her Own Hijab NBC News reported Saturday that authorities in Portland, Oregon, have charged 23-year-old Jasmine Renee Campbell with multiple hate crimes for allege...

Uninstall ToTok, an Alleged Emirati Spy App, From Your Phone Now A messaging app called ToTok had scores of positive reviews, particularly from users in the UAE. US intelligent officials say it may be spying for th...

Meat Loaf says Greta Thunberg has been ‘brainwashed’ into believing climate change is real Rock star Meat Loaf believes that teenage climate change activist Greta Thunberg has been unwittingly "forced" into propagating a message of environm...

Weinstein rape trial begins with film producer facing up to life in prison The rape trial of Harvey Weinstein, the former movie mogul who transformed the independent film world with award-winning movies like “Shakespeare in ...

Women in Business 'must be knowledgeable and trust their knowledge' Women who set up their own businesses will succeed if they are knowledgeable about their field and “trust their knowledge”; that’s according to the o...

Weinstein rape trial begins with film producer facing up to life in prison The rape trial of Harvey Weinstein, the former movie mogul who transformed the independent film world with award-winning movies like “Shakespeare in ...

'Raises more questions than it answers': Pelosi slams Trump over classified notice of Soleimani strike House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was not satisfied with President Trump's notification to Congress of the airstrike that killed top Iranian commander Qasse...

Trump Rule Would Exclude Climate Change in Infrastructure Planning The administration will propose that federal agencies be allowed to disregard climate change when assessing the environmental effects of major projec...

Culture picks of 2020: We preview the best books, films and games Wondering what to read, watch and see this year? Here's our cracking cultural calendar of the most interesting non-fiction, films, games, events and ...

Meat Loaf says Greta Thunberg has been ‘brainwashed’ into believing climate change is real Rock star Meat Loaf believes that teenage climate change activist Greta Thunberg has been unwittingly "forced" into propagating a message of environm...

Are CBD Customers Really Getting What They Pay For? CBD, or cannabidiol, is an ingredient found in cannabis plants. It doesn't give the user a high, but it's being marketed to relieve all kinds of ailm...

Uninstall ToTok, an Alleged Emirati Spy App, From Your Phone Now A messaging app called ToTok had scores of positive reviews, particularly from users in the UAE. US intelligent officials say it may be spying for th...

Trump Rule Would Exclude Climate Change in Infrastructure Planning The administration will propose that federal agencies be allowed to disregard climate change when assessing the environmental effects of major projec...

Israel/Palestine war crimes probe ‘momentous step forward’, says UN rights expert An independent UN human rights expert hailed on Tuesday, the International Criminal Court’s (ICC) decision to consider a formal criminal investigatio...

The California city that wants to eliminate disposable coffee cups Berkeley’s new law targeting throwaway food packaging requires customers to go reusable or pay a feeThe next time Charles Bunch goes on a coffee brea...

Israel/Palestine war crimes probe ‘momentous step forward’, says UN rights expert An independent UN human rights expert hailed on Tuesday, the International Criminal Court’s (ICC) decision to consider a formal criminal investigatio...

Women in Business 'must be knowledgeable and trust their knowledge' Women who set up their own businesses will succeed if they are knowledgeable about their field and “trust their knowledge”; that’s according to the o...

Nearly 300,000 Syrians displaced from Idlib since mid-December, Security Council hears Amidst concern for the safety and protection of more than three million civilians in Syria’s last rebel-held enclave, the UN’s most senior humanitari...

Libya: UN refugee agency deeply concerned by shelling near Tripoli facility Shelling near a major facility run by the UN refugee agency (UNHCR) in the Libyan capital Tripoli on Thursday, has sparked deep concern for the safet...

Culture picks of 2020: We preview the best books, films and games Wondering what to read, watch and see this year? Here's our cracking cultural calendar of the most interesting non-fiction, films, games, events and ...

Finding common ground in East Africa: a UN Resident Coordinator blog Together, Kenya and Uganda kick-start a Decade of Action to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals by partnering with the UN to address challenges...

FIRST PERSON: Cajun cuisine feeds expanding business The International Labour Organization (ILO) marked its centenary in 2019 and as part of the commemoration has launched a photography project called “...

Women in Business 'must be knowledgeable and trust their knowledge' Women who set up their own businesses will succeed if they are knowledgeable about their field and “trust their knowledge”; that’s according to the o...

Trump Rule Would Exclude Climate Change in Infrastructure Planning The administration will propose that federal agencies be allowed to disregard climate change when assessing the environmental effects of major projec...

What the newly released Checkra1n jailbreak means for iDevice security Enlarge (credit: @Checkra1n) It has been a week since the release of Checkra1n, the world’s first jailbreak for devices running Apple’s iOS 13. Becau...

Finding common ground in East Africa: a UN Resident Coordinator blog Together, Kenya and Uganda kick-start a Decade of Action to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals by partnering with the UN to address challenges...

Hate Crime Charges For Woman Who Attacked Student With Her Own Hijab NBC News reported Saturday that authorities in Portland, Oregon, have charged 23-year-old Jasmine Renee Campbell with multiple hate crimes for allege...

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You're Losing All Your Friends, Trump: U.S. Allies Are Not Ok With Iran Strike After President Donald Trump’s decision to authorize the assassination of Iranian Maj. Gen. Qassem Soleimani in the airstrike heard around the world ...

You're Losing All Your Friends, Trump: U.S. Allies Are Not Ok With Iran Strike After President Donald Trump’s decision to authorize the assassination of Iranian Maj. Gen. Qassem Soleimani in the airstrike heard around the world ...

Women in Business 'must be knowledgeable and trust their knowledge' Women who set up their own businesses will succeed if they are knowledgeable about their field and “trust their knowledge”; that’s according to the o...

Nearly 300,000 Syrians displaced from Idlib since mid-December, Security Council hears Amidst concern for the safety and protection of more than three million civilians in Syria’s last rebel-held enclave, the UN’s most senior humanitari...

Trump Rule Would Exclude Climate Change in Infrastructure Planning The administration will propose that federal agencies be allowed to disregard climate change when assessing the environmental effects of major projec...

Israel/Palestine war crimes probe ‘momentous step forward’, says UN rights expert An independent UN human rights expert hailed on Tuesday, the International Criminal Court’s (ICC) decision to consider a formal criminal investigatio...

The California city that wants to eliminate disposable coffee cups Berkeley’s new law targeting throwaway food packaging requires customers to go reusable or pay a feeThe next time Charles Bunch goes on a coffee brea...

Israel/Palestine war crimes probe ‘momentous step forward’, says UN rights expert An independent UN human rights expert hailed on Tuesday, the International Criminal Court’s (ICC) decision to consider a formal criminal investigatio...

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Libya: UN refugee agency deeply concerned by shelling near Tripoli facility Shelling near a major facility run by the UN refugee agency (UNHCR) in the Libyan capital Tripoli on Thursday, has sparked deep concern for the safet...

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Bushfires rage out of control across southeast Australia Bushfires burned dangerously out of control on Australia's east coast on Saturday, fanned by high temperatures and strong winds that had firefighters...

2019: The UN News year in photos From sustainable development to economic development, and human rights to humanitarian aid, UN News provides daily coverage across all of the Organiz...

From destructive tornadoes to raging wildfires: top 5 Alberta weather stories of 2019 The year started off frigid, summer was mild and wet with plenty of tornadoes and fall brought early, heavy snowfall. Here's a recap the biggest weat...

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You're Losing All Your Friends, Trump: U.S. Allies Are Not Ok With Iran Strike After President Donald Trump’s decision to authorize the assassination of Iranian Maj. Gen. Qassem Soleimani in the airstrike heard around the world ...

You're Losing All Your Friends, Trump: U.S. Allies Are Not Ok With Iran Strike After President Donald Trump’s decision to authorize the assassination of Iranian Maj. Gen. Qassem Soleimani in the airstrike heard around the world ...

Women in Business 'must be knowledgeable and trust their knowledge' Women who set up their own businesses will succeed if they are knowledgeable about their field and “trust their knowledge”; that’s according to the o...

Nearly 300,000 Syrians displaced from Idlib since mid-December, Security Council hears Amidst concern for the safety and protection of more than three million civilians in Syria’s last rebel-held enclave, the UN’s most senior humanitari...

'No, I didn't, I didn't': Biden denies advising Obama against raid that killed Osama bin Laden Democratic presidential contender Joe Biden was pressed to answer for his contradictory accounts of his role in the 2011 raid that killed Osama bin L...

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Trump Rule Would Exclude Climate Change in Infrastructure Planning The administration will propose that federal agencies be allowed to disregard climate change when assessing the environmental effects of major projec...

Officials hammer critics who called Trump soft: ‘Do not confuse restraint for weakness' Key administration officials and Trump surrogates struck back at critics of the president that he was all talk, no action when it came to countering ...

Israel/Palestine war crimes probe ‘momentous step forward’, says UN rights expert An independent UN human rights expert hailed on Tuesday, the International Criminal Court’s (ICC) decision to consider a formal criminal investigatio...

NYPD cop caught planting stun gun in car by his own bodycam: lawsuit An NYPD cop planted a stun gun in a driver’s SUV during a traffic stop — and got caught in the act by his own body camera, according to a new l...

World Braille Day marks key communication tool for millions Being marked for only the second time ever, World Braille Day on Saturday raises awareness of the importance of the tactile global communication syst...

Are CBD Customers Really Getting What They Pay For? CBD, or cannabidiol, is an ingredient found in cannabis plants. It doesn't give the user a high, but it's being marketed to relieve all kinds of ailm...

What to expect from the cutting edge of science and tech in 2020 From anti-ageing drugs to self-driving cars and long-lost human ancestors, New Scientist experts reveal what the biggest science stories will be in 2...

World Braille Day marks key communication tool for millions Being marked for only the second time ever, World Braille Day on Saturday raises awareness of the importance of the tactile global communication syst...

Are CBD Customers Really Getting What They Pay For? CBD, or cannabidiol, is an ingredient found in cannabis plants. It doesn't give the user a high, but it's being marketed to relieve all kinds of ailm...

Bindi Irwin says her family treated over 90,000 animals amid Australian wildfires Bindi Irwin and her family are working around the clock to help thousands of animals effected by devastating wildfires ravaging Australia.  ...

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Metro NY may be ceasing operations, deleted tweet suggests Freebie daily newspaper Metro New York is said to be ceasing operations after a 15-year run, according to a notice that appeared briefly on the paper...

2019: The UN News year in photos From sustainable development to economic development, and human rights to humanitarian aid, UN News provides daily coverage across all of the Organiz...

Bushfires rage out of control across southeast Australia Bushfires burned dangerously out of control on Australia's east coast on Saturday, fanned by high temperatures and strong winds that had firefighters...

2019: The UN News year in photos From sustainable development to economic development, and human rights to humanitarian aid, UN News provides daily coverage across all of the Organiz...

From destructive tornadoes to raging wildfires: top 5 Alberta weather stories of 2019 The year started off frigid, summer was mild and wet with plenty of tornadoes and fall brought early, heavy snowfall. Here's a recap the biggest weat...

De Blasio says NYPD will protect key locations against possible Iran retaliation The NYPD will take “immediate steps” to take to protect the city against any possible "retaliation" in the wake of a deadly US airstrike in Iraq, May...

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Science Panel Staffed With Trump Appointees Says E.P.A. Rollbacks Lack Scientific Rigor The Trump administration staffed an E.P.A. advisory panel with its choice of scientists, but they concluded that three significant regulatory rollbac...

'Trump deserves all the credit': Netanyahu says Israel stands with US in killing of Soleimani Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu praised the American attack against Iranian Gen. Qassim Soleimani and said that President Trump deserved “a...

Science Panel Staffed With Trump Appointees Says E.P.A. Rollbacks Lack Scientific Rigor The Trump administration staffed an E.P.A. advisory panel with its choice of scientists, but they concluded that three significant regulatory rollbac...

Finding common ground in East Africa: a UN Resident Coordinator blog Together, Kenya and Uganda kick-start a Decade of Action to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals by partnering with the UN to address challenges...

'No, I didn't, I didn't': Biden denies advising Obama against raid that killed Osama bin Laden Democratic presidential contender Joe Biden was pressed to answer for his contradictory accounts of his role in the 2011 raid that killed Osama bin L...

Uninstall ToTok, an Alleged Emirati Spy App, From Your Phone Now A messaging app called ToTok had scores of positive reviews, particularly from users in the UAE. US intelligent officials say it may be spying for th...

Trump Rule Would Exclude Climate Change in Infrastructure Planning The administration will propose that federal agencies be allowed to disregard climate change when assessing the environmental effects of major projec...

Officials hammer critics who called Trump soft: ‘Do not confuse restraint for weakness' Key administration officials and Trump surrogates struck back at critics of the president that he was all talk, no action when it came to countering ...

Israel/Palestine war crimes probe ‘momentous step forward’, says UN rights expert An independent UN human rights expert hailed on Tuesday, the International Criminal Court’s (ICC) decision to consider a formal criminal investigatio...

NYPD cop caught planting stun gun in car by his own bodycam: lawsuit An NYPD cop planted a stun gun in a driver’s SUV during a traffic stop — and got caught in the act by his own body camera, according to a new l...

World Braille Day marks key communication tool for millions Being marked for only the second time ever, World Braille Day on Saturday raises awareness of the importance of the tactile global communication syst...

Are CBD Customers Really Getting What They Pay For? CBD, or cannabidiol, is an ingredient found in cannabis plants. It doesn't give the user a high, but it's being marketed to relieve all kinds of ailm...

What to expect from the cutting edge of science and tech in 2020 From anti-ageing drugs to self-driving cars and long-lost human ancestors, New Scientist experts reveal what the biggest science stories will be in 2...

World Braille Day marks key communication tool for millions Being marked for only the second time ever, World Braille Day on Saturday raises awareness of the importance of the tactile global communication syst...

Are CBD Customers Really Getting What They Pay For? CBD, or cannabidiol, is an ingredient found in cannabis plants. It doesn't give the user a high, but it's being marketed to relieve all kinds of ailm...

Women in Business 'must be knowledgeable and trust their knowledge' Women who set up their own businesses will succeed if they are knowledgeable about their field and “trust their knowledge”; that’s according to the o...

German zoo blaze was caused by New Year gesture gone wrong: police A Chinese lantern, launched by a 60-year-old mother and her two adult daughters in a New Year's Eve celebration, caused the fire at a German zoo in w...

Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

A Trump Policy ‘Clarification’ All but Ends Punishment for Bird Deaths In one of its first environmental acts, the Trump administration absolved businesses from responsibility for "incidental" bird deaths. Avian carnage ...

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Motivated by #MeToo? Vetting jurors in Weinstein case will be a challenge, experts say As former movie mogul Harvey Weinstein goes to trial on rape charges next week in Manhattan, lawyers will need to keep an eye out for jurors who want...

Secretary-General calls for global participation in UN75 dialogues for better future for all The United Nations on Wednesday launched the biggest global conversation on the world's future: the UN75 dialogues. Views and ideas gathered througho...

Secretary-General calls for global participation in UN75 dialogues for better future for all The United Nations on Wednesday launched the biggest global conversation on the world's future: the UN75 dialogues. Views and ideas gathered througho...

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Israel/Palestine war crimes probe ‘momentous step forward’, says UN rights expert An independent UN human rights expert hailed on Tuesday, the International Criminal Court’s (ICC) decision to consider a formal criminal investigatio...

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Amazon threatened to fire employees for speaking out on climate, workers say Revealed: emails show group of employees who called for stronger climate action by the company were told they risked dismissal Amazon has threatened ...

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The hidden environmental cost of your free holiday returns Millions of Americans make free online returns each year, contributing to greenhouse-gas emissions – and many items end up in landfillsMillions of Am...

German nuclear phaseout is causing 1,100 additional deaths a year: Study More than 1,000 additional people are dying each year from air pollution due to Germany's phase out of nuclear power in response to the 2011 Fukushim...

Women in Business 'must be knowledgeable and trust their knowledge' Women who set up their own businesses will succeed if they are knowledgeable about their field and “trust their knowledge”; that’s according to the o...

De Blasio says NYPD will protect key locations against possible Iran retaliation The NYPD will take “immediate steps” to take to protect the city against any possible "retaliation" in the wake of a deadly US airstrike in Iraq, May...

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The 2010 – 2020 UN News Decade in Review, part three The final part of our look back over the past decade takes in the launch of the 2030 Agenda, the UN’s blueprint for a better future for all; the huma...

Sub-Saharan Africa faces grave hunger challenges in 2020: UN food relief agency At the dawn of the next decade, a new World Food Programme (WFP) forecast of global hunger hotspots has revealed that escalating hunger will challeng...

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Exclusive: Trump list shows 319 'results' and promises kept in three years One month shy of completing three years in office, President Trump has fulfilled or is making significant progress on most of his 2016 campaign promi...

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Secretary-General calls for global participation in UN75 dialogues for better future for all The United Nations on Wednesday launched the biggest global conversation on the world's future: the UN75 dialogues. Views and ideas gathered througho...

Inventing sign language for space British sign language is receiving an astronomical update thanks to a unique collaboration between a space scientist and a group of deaf astronomers....

Women in Business 'must be knowledgeable and trust their knowledge' Women who set up their own businesses will succeed if they are knowledgeable about their field and “trust their knowledge”; that’s according to the o...

Sub-Saharan Africa faces grave hunger challenges in 2020: UN food relief agency At the dawn of the next decade, a new World Food Programme (WFP) forecast of global hunger hotspots has revealed that escalating hunger will challeng...

Women in Business 'must be knowledgeable and trust their knowledge' Women who set up their own businesses will succeed if they are knowledgeable about their field and “trust their knowledge”; that’s according to the o...

German zoo blaze was caused by New Year gesture gone wrong: police A Chinese lantern, launched by a 60-year-old mother and her two adult daughters in a New Year's Eve celebration, caused the fire at a German zoo in w...

Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

A Trump Policy ‘Clarification’ All but Ends Punishment for Bird Deaths In one of its first environmental acts, the Trump administration absolved businesses from responsibility for "incidental" bird deaths. Avian carnage ...

What the newly released Checkra1n jailbreak means for iDevice security Enlarge (credit: @Checkra1n) It has been a week since the release of Checkra1n, the world’s first jailbreak for devices running Apple’s iOS 13. Becau...

Motivated by #MeToo? Vetting jurors in Weinstein case will be a challenge, experts say As former movie mogul Harvey Weinstein goes to trial on rape charges next week in Manhattan, lawyers will need to keep an eye out for jurors who want...

Secretary-General calls for global participation in UN75 dialogues for better future for all The United Nations on Wednesday launched the biggest global conversation on the world's future: the UN75 dialogues. Views and ideas gathered througho...

Secretary-General calls for global participation in UN75 dialogues for better future for all The United Nations on Wednesday launched the biggest global conversation on the world's future: the UN75 dialogues. Views and ideas gathered througho...

Motivated by #MeToo? Vetting jurors in Weinstein case will be a challenge, experts say As former movie mogul Harvey Weinstein goes to trial on rape charges next week in Manhattan, lawyers will need to keep an eye out for jurors who want...

2019: The UN News year in photos From sustainable development to economic development, and human rights to humanitarian aid, UN News provides daily coverage across all of the Organiz...

Israel/Palestine war crimes probe ‘momentous step forward’, says UN rights expert An independent UN human rights expert hailed on Tuesday, the International Criminal Court’s (ICC) decision to consider a formal criminal investigatio...

FROM THE FIELD: Bangladesh’s bamboo boom More than 24 million bamboo poles have been harvested for construction projects in the enormous refugee settlement in Cox’s Bazar in Bangladesh, than...

Secretary-General calls for global participation in UN75 dialogues for better future for all The United Nations on Wednesday launched the biggest global conversation on the world's future: the UN75 dialogues. Views and ideas gathered througho...

Amazon threatened to fire employees for speaking out on climate, workers say Revealed: emails show group of employees who called for stronger climate action by the company were told they risked dismissal Amazon has threatened ...

The Rise Of General Bipin Rawat From Army Chief To Head Of Defence Staff Outgoing Army chief General Bipin Rawat has been appointed as the Chief of Defence Staff (CDS), a new position created by the central government to s...

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Coal-fired plants around New Delhi running despite missing emissions deadline Coal-fired utilities around New Delhi were still operating on Wednesday despite threats from the Indian authorities to close them down if they had no...

Israel/Palestine war crimes probe ‘momentous step forward’, says UN rights expert An independent UN human rights expert hailed on Tuesday, the International Criminal Court’s (ICC) decision to consider a formal criminal investigatio...

How Democrats decided climate change was a campaign issue Democratic presidential candidates are talking about climate change with increasing urgency as they fight for the party’s 2020 bid, but they’re also ...

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UN chief ‘deeply concerned’ following end of DPRK nuclear test moratorium The UN Secretary-General is "deeply concerned" that the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) has ended a moratorium on nuclear and missile te...

Uninstall ToTok, an Alleged Emirati Spy App, From Your Phone Now A messaging app called ToTok had scores of positive reviews, particularly from users in the UAE. US intelligent officials say it may be spying for th...

The 2010 – 2020 UN News Decade in Review, part three The final part of our look back over the past decade takes in the launch of the 2030 Agenda, the UN’s blueprint for a better future for all; the huma...

Sub-Saharan Africa faces grave hunger challenges in 2020: UN food relief agency At the dawn of the next decade, a new World Food Programme (WFP) forecast of global hunger hotspots has revealed that escalating hunger will challeng...

2019: The UN News year in photos From sustainable development to economic development, and human rights to humanitarian aid, UN News provides daily coverage across all of the Organiz...

Exclusive: Trump list shows 319 'results' and promises kept in three years One month shy of completing three years in office, President Trump has fulfilled or is making significant progress on most of his 2016 campaign promi...

Wily coyotes take up residence at Trump's New York City golf course Once confined to the western states, the wolf’s adaptable smaller cousin has been carving out a niche in urban areasDonald Trump has a $269m golf cou...

Secretary-General calls for global participation in UN75 dialogues for better future for all The United Nations on Wednesday launched the biggest global conversation on the world's future: the UN75 dialogues. Views and ideas gathered througho...

Inventing sign language for space British sign language is receiving an astronomical update thanks to a unique collaboration between a space scientist and a group of deaf astronomers....

Women in Business 'must be knowledgeable and trust their knowledge' Women who set up their own businesses will succeed if they are knowledgeable about their field and “trust their knowledge”; that’s according to the o...

Sub-Saharan Africa faces grave hunger challenges in 2020: UN food relief agency At the dawn of the next decade, a new World Food Programme (WFP) forecast of global hunger hotspots has revealed that escalating hunger will challeng...

Justin Bieber to chronicle comeback in YouTube documentary series Teen heartthrob Justin Bieber is opening up about his creative and personal life through a 10-part documentary ahead of a career comeback after three...

Twelve dead, several missing as Australia counts the cost of devastating bushfires A third person was confirmed dead on Wednesday in devastating bushfires that engulfed Australia's southeast coast this week and a fourth was missing ...

The 2010 – 2020 UN News Decade in Review, part three The final part of our look back over the past decade takes in the launch of the 2030 Agenda, the UN’s blueprint for a better future for all; the huma...

‘How did they get so close?’: Analysts ask if Iraqi security forces turned a blind eye during attack on US Embassy in Baghdad An Iranian-controlled militia couldn’t have breached the U.S. Embassy compound in Baghdad without the tacit acquiescence of some Iraqi security force...

Uninstall ToTok, an Alleged Emirati Spy App, From Your Phone Now A messaging app called ToTok had scores of positive reviews, particularly from users in the UAE. US intelligent officials say it may be spying for th...

2019: The UN News year in photos From sustainable development to economic development, and human rights to humanitarian aid, UN News provides daily coverage across all of the Organiz...

What the newly released Checkra1n jailbreak means for iDevice security Enlarge (credit: @Checkra1n) It has been a week since the release of Checkra1n, the world’s first jailbreak for devices running Apple’s iOS 13. Becau...

Uninstall ToTok, an Alleged Emirati Spy App, From Your Phone Now A messaging app called ToTok had scores of positive reviews, particularly from users in the UAE. US intelligent officials say it may be spying for th...

Coal-fired plants around New Delhi running despite missing emissions deadline Coal-fired utilities around New Delhi were still operating on Wednesday despite threats from the Indian authorities to close them down if they had no...

Israel/Palestine war crimes probe ‘momentous step forward’, says UN rights expert An independent UN human rights expert hailed on Tuesday, the International Criminal Court’s (ICC) decision to consider a formal criminal investigatio...

How Democrats decided climate change was a campaign issue Democratic presidential candidates are talking about climate change with increasing urgency as they fight for the party’s 2020 bid, but they’re also ...

How Democrats decided climate change was a campaign issue Democratic presidential candidates are talking about climate change with increasing urgency as they fight for the party’s 2020 bid, but they’re also ...

UN chief ‘deeply concerned’ following end of DPRK nuclear test moratorium The UN Secretary-General is "deeply concerned" that the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) has ended a moratorium on nuclear and missile te...

Hemant Soren, Jharkhand's Youngest Chief Minister, Ready For Second Stint Hemant Soren, 44, made a beeline for the house of his father Shibu Soren - chief of Jharkhand Mukti Morcha - on Monday as the party and its ally Cong...

'Like a chemical in the water': alarming amounts of nanoplastics pollute the ocean What scientists can see and measure, in the garbage patches and on beaches, accounts for only a tiny fraction of the total plastic entering the water...

Hard cheese? French chef loses court case over lost Michelin star A French chef who said he had contemplated suicide after the prestigious Michelin guide removed one of his restaurant's stars on Tuesday lost a legal...

North Dakota’s ‘wettest’ winter in 100 years has Red River Valley flood watchers on edge While a flood in North Dakota or Minnesota doesn't guarantee a flood in Manitoba, it is a large risk factor for flooding on the Canadian side of the ...

Inventing sign language for space British sign language is receiving an astronomical update thanks to a unique collaboration between a space scientist and a group of deaf astronomers....

The 2010 – 2020 UN News Decade in Review, part three The final part of our look back over the past decade takes in the launch of the 2030 Agenda, the UN’s blueprint for a better future for all; the huma...

What the newly released Checkra1n jailbreak means for iDevice security Enlarge (credit: @Checkra1n) It has been a week since the release of Checkra1n, the world’s first jailbreak for devices running Apple’s iOS 13. Becau...

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Trump tries to avoid his own Benghazi Defense Secretary Mark Esper announced he was “sending additional forces to support our personnel at the Embassy” in Baghdad — the same forces create...

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Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry share sweet new picture of Archie to end 2019 2019 was a big year for Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry, but no moment was bigger than the royal couple welcoming their first child together, Archie....

Sub-Saharan Africa faces grave hunger challenges in 2020: UN food relief agency At the dawn of the next decade, a new World Food Programme (WFP) forecast of global hunger hotspots has revealed that escalating hunger will challeng...

Israel/Palestine war crimes probe ‘momentous step forward’, says UN rights expert An independent UN human rights expert hailed on Tuesday, the International Criminal Court’s (ICC) decision to consider a formal criminal investigatio...

Justin Bieber to chronicle comeback in YouTube documentary series Teen heartthrob Justin Bieber is opening up about his creative and personal life through a 10-part documentary ahead of a career comeback after three...

Twelve dead, several missing as Australia counts the cost of devastating bushfires A third person was confirmed dead on Wednesday in devastating bushfires that engulfed Australia's southeast coast this week and a fourth was missing ...

The 2010 – 2020 UN News Decade in Review, part three The final part of our look back over the past decade takes in the launch of the 2030 Agenda, the UN’s blueprint for a better future for all; the huma...

‘How did they get so close?’: Analysts ask if Iraqi security forces turned a blind eye during attack on US Embassy in Baghdad An Iranian-controlled militia couldn’t have breached the U.S. Embassy compound in Baghdad without the tacit acquiescence of some Iraqi security force...

Uninstall ToTok, an Alleged Emirati Spy App, From Your Phone Now A messaging app called ToTok had scores of positive reviews, particularly from users in the UAE. US intelligent officials say it may be spying for th...

2019: The UN News year in photos From sustainable development to economic development, and human rights to humanitarian aid, UN News provides daily coverage across all of the Organiz...

What the newly released Checkra1n jailbreak means for iDevice security Enlarge (credit: @Checkra1n) It has been a week since the release of Checkra1n, the world’s first jailbreak for devices running Apple’s iOS 13. Becau...

Are CBD Customers Really Getting What They Pay For? CBD, or cannabidiol, is an ingredient found in cannabis plants. It doesn't give the user a high, but it's being marketed to relieve all kinds of ailm...

After 20 years of misery as refugees, a one-way ticket to the ‘miracle’ of resettlement Although they spent 20 years living in a refugee camp in Uganda, Jean-Pierre Ntegyeye and Isaiah Bahati never gave up hope of leaving for a better li...

FIRST PERSON: ‘You can’t get paid for staring out of the window’ - How I proved my teacher wrong The International Labour Organization (ILO) is marking its centenary in 2019 and as part of the commemoration has launched a photography project call...

What the newly released Checkra1n jailbreak means for iDevice security Enlarge (credit: @Checkra1n) It has been a week since the release of Checkra1n, the world’s first jailbreak for devices running Apple’s iOS 13. Becau...

Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

Britain's Harry and Meghan file for Sussex Royal trade mark Britain's Prince Harry and his wife Meghan have filed to register the name of their charitable foundation, Sussex Royal, as a trade mark, according t...

Liberal Media Scream: Chuck Todd disses Trump supporters, ‘believe in fairy tales’ This week’s Liberal Media Scream features Meet the Press host Chuck Todd, this time quoting a letter to the editor claiming that supporters of Presid...

WFP calls for increased support as eight million in Zimbabwe face hunger The World Food Programme (WFP) is calling on countries to step up support to Zimbabwe, where millions of people are facing hunger brought on by prolo...

Hemant Soren, Jharkhand's Youngest Chief Minister, Ready For Second Stint Hemant Soren, 44, made a beeline for the house of his father Shibu Soren - chief of Jharkhand Mukti Morcha - on Monday as the party and its ally Cong...

'Like a chemical in the water': alarming amounts of nanoplastics pollute the ocean What scientists can see and measure, in the garbage patches and on beaches, accounts for only a tiny fraction of the total plastic entering the water...

Hard cheese? French chef loses court case over lost Michelin star A French chef who said he had contemplated suicide after the prestigious Michelin guide removed one of his restaurant's stars on Tuesday lost a legal...

North Dakota’s ‘wettest’ winter in 100 years has Red River Valley flood watchers on edge While a flood in North Dakota or Minnesota doesn't guarantee a flood in Manitoba, it is a large risk factor for flooding on the Canadian side of the ...

Inventing sign language for space British sign language is receiving an astronomical update thanks to a unique collaboration between a space scientist and a group of deaf astronomers....

The 2010 – 2020 UN News Decade in Review, part three The final part of our look back over the past decade takes in the launch of the 2030 Agenda, the UN’s blueprint for a better future for all; the huma...

What the newly released Checkra1n jailbreak means for iDevice security Enlarge (credit: @Checkra1n) It has been a week since the release of Checkra1n, the world’s first jailbreak for devices running Apple’s iOS 13. Becau...

Justin Bieber to chronicle comeback in YouTube documentary series Teen heartthrob Justin Bieber is opening up about his creative and personal life through a 10-part documentary ahead of a career comeback after three...

Trump tries to avoid his own Benghazi Defense Secretary Mark Esper announced he was “sending additional forces to support our personnel at the Embassy” in Baghdad — the same forces create...

Uninstall ToTok, an Alleged Emirati Spy App, From Your Phone Now A messaging app called ToTok had scores of positive reviews, particularly from users in the UAE. US intelligent officials say it may be spying for th...

Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry share sweet new picture of Archie to end 2019 2019 was a big year for Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry, but no moment was bigger than the royal couple welcoming their first child together, Archie....

Sub-Saharan Africa faces grave hunger challenges in 2020: UN food relief agency At the dawn of the next decade, a new World Food Programme (WFP) forecast of global hunger hotspots has revealed that escalating hunger will challeng...

Israel/Palestine war crimes probe ‘momentous step forward’, says UN rights expert An independent UN human rights expert hailed on Tuesday, the International Criminal Court’s (ICC) decision to consider a formal criminal investigatio...

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WFP calls for increased support as eight million in Zimbabwe face hunger The World Food Programme (WFP) is calling on countries to step up support to Zimbabwe, where millions of people are facing hunger brought on by prolo...

Einstein's jacket and Apollo 11 tapes: Inside the science auction Fancy bidding on a Christmas present steeped in science history? Find out what they'll set you back, and which present-day artefacts might be worth i...

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Continued airstrikes in western Libya ‘utterly unacceptable’, says UN mission chief The top United Nations official in Libya has condemned recent airstrikes targeting civilian installations that left at least three people dead and se...

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Carrie Underwood steps aside as CMA Awards host after 12 years: 'Time to pass the torch' Carrie Underwood is stepping aside from hosting the CMA Awards, the country superstar announced on her Instagram account on Monday.    ...

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Are CBD Customers Really Getting What They Pay For? CBD, or cannabidiol, is an ingredient found in cannabis plants. It doesn't give the user a high, but it's being marketed to relieve all kinds of ailm...

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Liberal Media Scream: Chuck Todd disses Trump supporters, ‘believe in fairy tales’ This week’s Liberal Media Scream features Meet the Press host Chuck Todd, this time quoting a letter to the editor claiming that supporters of Presid...

WFP calls for increased support as eight million in Zimbabwe face hunger The World Food Programme (WFP) is calling on countries to step up support to Zimbabwe, where millions of people are facing hunger brought on by prolo...

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FROM THE FIELD: Nepal’s magic mushrooms The traditional cultivation of oyster mushrooms in Nepal, which has required burning large quantities of wood, has been replaced by the environmental...

California records lowest population growth since 1900 Californians are leaving the state at rates not recorded since the turn of the 20th century, according to new data released by the California's Depar...

Haiti: Food insecurity expected to rise next year, UN humanitarian agency reports The number of Haitians who do not have sufficient food to eat is expected to surpass four million next year, the UN humanitarian affairs office, OCHA...

What to expect from the cutting edge of science and tech in 2020 From anti-ageing drugs to self-driving cars and long-lost human ancestors, New Scientist experts reveal what the biggest science stories will be in 2...

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Continued airstrikes in western Libya ‘utterly unacceptable’, says UN mission chief The top United Nations official in Libya has condemned recent airstrikes targeting civilian installations that left at least three people dead and se...

The 2010 – 2020 UN News Decade in Review, part three The final part of our look back over the past decade takes in the launch of the 2030 Agenda, the UN’s blueprint for a better future for all; the huma...

Einstein's jacket and Apollo 11 tapes: Inside the science auction Fancy bidding on a Christmas present steeped in science history? Find out what they'll set you back, and which present-day artefacts might be worth i...

Haiti: Food insecurity expected to rise next year, UN humanitarian agency reports The number of Haitians who do not have sufficient food to eat is expected to surpass four million next year, the UN humanitarian affairs office, OCHA...

California records lowest population growth since 1900 Californians are leaving the state at rates not recorded since the turn of the 20th century, according to new data released by the California's Depar...

Hemant Soren, Jharkhand's Youngest Chief Minister, Ready For Second Stint Hemant Soren, 44, made a beeline for the house of his father Shibu Soren - chief of Jharkhand Mukti Morcha - on Monday as the party and its ally Cong...

WFP calls for increased support as eight million in Zimbabwe face hunger The World Food Programme (WFP) is calling on countries to step up support to Zimbabwe, where millions of people are facing hunger brought on by prolo...

'She didn't eat for three months': Greta Thunberg 'stopped talking' before activism The father of Swedish environmentalist Greta Thunberg said his daughter "fell ill" years before she participated in the school strike that launched h...

WFP calls for increased support as eight million in Zimbabwe face hunger The World Food Programme (WFP) is calling on countries to step up support to Zimbabwe, where millions of people are facing hunger brought on by prolo...

Einstein's jacket and Apollo 11 tapes: Inside the science auction Fancy bidding on a Christmas present steeped in science history? Find out what they'll set you back, and which present-day artefacts might be worth i...

Hemant Soren, Jharkhand's Youngest Chief Minister, Ready For Second Stint Hemant Soren, 44, made a beeline for the house of his father Shibu Soren - chief of Jharkhand Mukti Morcha - on Monday as the party and its ally Cong...

Continued airstrikes in western Libya ‘utterly unacceptable’, says UN mission chief The top United Nations official in Libya has condemned recent airstrikes targeting civilian installations that left at least three people dead and se...

I'm using all my strength to fight climate change, says Merkel German Chancellor Angela Merkel said in a her New Year's message she is fighting climate change with all her strength to enable future generations to...

Carrie Underwood steps aside as CMA Awards host after 12 years: 'Time to pass the torch' Carrie Underwood is stepping aside from hosting the CMA Awards, the country superstar announced on her Instagram account on Monday.    ...

'Name a more iconic duo': Arnold Schwarzenegger and Clint Eastwood hit the slopes Arnold Schwarzenegger and his close friend Clint Eastwood enjoyed a day of skiing ahead of the new year. And he shared photo proof on Instagram. ...

Haiti: Food insecurity expected to rise next year, UN humanitarian agency reports The number of Haitians who do not have sufficient food to eat is expected to surpass four million next year, the UN humanitarian affairs office, OCHA...

Pakistan blasphemy death sentence ‘travesty of justice’, say UN experts Independent UN human rights experts condemned on Friday the death sentence of a university lecturer charged with blasphemy in Pakistan, calling the r...

Hemant Soren, Jharkhand's Youngest Chief Minister, Ready For Second Stint Hemant Soren, 44, made a beeline for the house of his father Shibu Soren - chief of Jharkhand Mukti Morcha - on Monday as the party and its ally Cong...

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Hemant Soren, Jharkhand's Youngest Chief Minister, Ready For Second Stint Hemant Soren, 44, made a beeline for the house of his father Shibu Soren - chief of Jharkhand Mukti Morcha - on Monday as the party and its ally Cong...

Britain's Harry and Meghan file for Sussex Royal trade mark Britain's Prince Harry and his wife Meghan have filed to register the name of their charitable foundation, Sussex Royal, as a trade mark, according t...

Inventing sign language for space British sign language is receiving an astronomical update thanks to a unique collaboration between a space scientist and a group of deaf astronomers....

California records lowest population growth since 1900 Californians are leaving the state at rates not recorded since the turn of the 20th century, according to new data released by the California's Depar...

After 20 years of misery as refugees, a one-way ticket to the ‘miracle’ of resettlement Although they spent 20 years living in a refugee camp in Uganda, Jean-Pierre Ntegyeye and Isaiah Bahati never gave up hope of leaving for a better li...

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After 20 years of misery as refugees, a one-way ticket to the ‘miracle’ of resettlement Although they spent 20 years living in a refugee camp in Uganda, Jean-Pierre Ntegyeye and Isaiah Bahati never gave up hope of leaving for a better li...

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Guterres's message for 2020: In world of turmoil, youth are its ‘greatest source’ of hope As the world enters 2020 with “uncertainty and insecurity all around”, the United Nations chief maintained that the world’s young people are its "gre...

Florence Pugh shuts down fans who think boyfriend Zach Braff is too old for her Beware those fans who don't approve of "Little Women" star Florence Pugh's relationship with boyfriend Zach Braff: She's quick with a clapback.  ...

Pakistan blasphemy death sentence ‘travesty of justice’, say UN experts Independent UN human rights experts condemned on Friday the death sentence of a university lecturer charged with blasphemy in Pakistan, calling the r...

Battle to save Australian wildlife as bushfires rage A possum severely burnt by bushfires in Australia's Blue Mountains laps water from a bowl as her rescuer holds her gently in a towel, while at a near...

FROM THE FIELD: Nepal’s magic mushrooms The traditional cultivation of oyster mushrooms in Nepal, which has required burning large quantities of wood, has been replaced by the environmental...

California records lowest population growth since 1900 Californians are leaving the state at rates not recorded since the turn of the 20th century, according to new data released by the California's Depar...

Haiti: Food insecurity expected to rise next year, UN humanitarian agency reports The number of Haitians who do not have sufficient food to eat is expected to surpass four million next year, the UN humanitarian affairs office, OCHA...

What to expect from the cutting edge of science and tech in 2020 From anti-ageing drugs to self-driving cars and long-lost human ancestors, New Scientist experts reveal what the biggest science stories will be in 2...

What the newly released Checkra1n jailbreak means for iDevice security Enlarge (credit: @Checkra1n) It has been a week since the release of Checkra1n, the world’s first jailbreak for devices running Apple’s iOS 13. Becau...

Continued airstrikes in western Libya ‘utterly unacceptable’, says UN mission chief The top United Nations official in Libya has condemned recent airstrikes targeting civilian installations that left at least three people dead and se...

The 2010 – 2020 UN News Decade in Review, part three The final part of our look back over the past decade takes in the launch of the 2030 Agenda, the UN’s blueprint for a better future for all; the huma...

Einstein's jacket and Apollo 11 tapes: Inside the science auction Fancy bidding on a Christmas present steeped in science history? Find out what they'll set you back, and which present-day artefacts might be worth i...

Haiti: Food insecurity expected to rise next year, UN humanitarian agency reports The number of Haitians who do not have sufficient food to eat is expected to surpass four million next year, the UN humanitarian affairs office, OCHA...

California records lowest population growth since 1900 Californians are leaving the state at rates not recorded since the turn of the 20th century, according to new data released by the California's Depar...

FIRST PERSON: Louisiana alligator whisperer’s ‘dream job’ The International Labour Organization (ILO) is marking its centenary in 2019 and as part of the commemoration has launched a photography project call...

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Inventing sign language for space British sign language is receiving an astronomical update thanks to a unique collaboration between a space scientist and a group of deaf astronomers....

Rev. Al Sharpton Blasts Trump-Supporting Evangelicals: “They Would Sell Jesus Out” The Rev. Al Sharpton has defended Christianity Today magazine for its editorial supporting Trump’s removal from office, while also criticizing the ev...

Top general: Officials haven't lied about Afghanistan “I know there’s an assertion out there of some sort of coordinated lie over 18 years,” Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Mark Milley said. “I find that a mi...

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California records lowest population growth since 1900 Californians are leaving the state at rates not recorded since the turn of the 20th century, according to new data released by the California's Depar...

Residents, vacationers urged to leave Australian region as fire conditions worsen Residents and vacationers in part of the Australian state of Victoria were urged to leave on Sunday ahead of what is expected to be a day of extreme ...

Haiti: Food insecurity expected to rise next year, UN humanitarian agency reports The number of Haitians who do not have sufficient food to eat is expected to surpass four million next year, the UN humanitarian affairs office, OCHA...

Pakistan blasphemy death sentence ‘travesty of justice’, say UN experts Independent UN human rights experts condemned on Friday the death sentence of a university lecturer charged with blasphemy in Pakistan, calling the r...

Hemant Soren, Jharkhand's Youngest Chief Minister, Ready For Second Stint Hemant Soren, 44, made a beeline for the house of his father Shibu Soren - chief of Jharkhand Mukti Morcha - on Monday as the party and its ally Cong...

Climate change fight has new Canadian businesses sucking CO2 from the atmosphere Canadian company Carbon Engineering groundbreaking plant is one of many projects hoping to help in the fight against climate change by turning its ma...

Hemant Soren, Jharkhand's Youngest Chief Minister, Ready For Second Stint Hemant Soren, 44, made a beeline for the house of his father Shibu Soren - chief of Jharkhand Mukti Morcha - on Monday as the party and its ally Cong...

Britain's Harry and Meghan file for Sussex Royal trade mark Britain's Prince Harry and his wife Meghan have filed to register the name of their charitable foundation, Sussex Royal, as a trade mark, according t...

Inventing sign language for space British sign language is receiving an astronomical update thanks to a unique collaboration between a space scientist and a group of deaf astronomers....

California records lowest population growth since 1900 Californians are leaving the state at rates not recorded since the turn of the 20th century, according to new data released by the California's Depar...

After 20 years of misery as refugees, a one-way ticket to the ‘miracle’ of resettlement Although they spent 20 years living in a refugee camp in Uganda, Jean-Pierre Ntegyeye and Isaiah Bahati never gave up hope of leaving for a better li...

Climate change fight has new Canadian businesses sucking CO2 from the atmosphere Canadian company Carbon Engineering groundbreaking plant is one of many projects hoping to help in the fight against climate change by turning its ma...

After 20 years of misery as refugees, a one-way ticket to the ‘miracle’ of resettlement Although they spent 20 years living in a refugee camp in Uganda, Jean-Pierre Ntegyeye and Isaiah Bahati never gave up hope of leaving for a better li...

Ujamaa That! Annual Kwanzaa Crawl Brings $250,000 to Black Businesses in Gentrifying Harlem and Brooklyn Even us anti-capitalists recognize that economic freedom is power in the good ole US of A. And as it relates to Kwanzaa, on this fourth day, we celeb...

Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

Guterres's message for 2020: In world of turmoil, youth are its ‘greatest source’ of hope As the world enters 2020 with “uncertainty and insecurity all around”, the United Nations chief maintained that the world’s young people are its "gre...

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Pakistan blasphemy death sentence ‘travesty of justice’, say UN experts Independent UN human rights experts condemned on Friday the death sentence of a university lecturer charged with blasphemy in Pakistan, calling the r...

Are CBD Customers Really Getting What They Pay For? CBD, or cannabidiol, is an ingredient found in cannabis plants. It doesn't give the user a high, but it's being marketed to relieve all kinds of ailm...

FIRST PERSON: Accordion maker has ‘never had so much fun’ The International Labour Organization (ILO) is marking its centenary in 2019 and as part of the commemoration has launched a photography project call...

Hemant Soren, Jharkhand's Youngest Chief Minister, Ready For Second Stint Hemant Soren, 44, made a beeline for the house of his father Shibu Soren - chief of Jharkhand Mukti Morcha - on Monday as the party and its ally Cong...

Haiti: Food insecurity expected to rise next year, UN humanitarian agency reports The number of Haitians who do not have sufficient food to eat is expected to surpass four million next year, the UN humanitarian affairs office, OCHA...

Britain's Harry and Meghan file for Sussex Royal trade mark Britain's Prince Harry and his wife Meghan have filed to register the name of their charitable foundation, Sussex Royal, as a trade mark, according t...

Pakistan blasphemy death sentence ‘travesty of justice’, say UN experts Independent UN human rights experts condemned on Friday the death sentence of a university lecturer charged with blasphemy in Pakistan, calling the r...

'I felt sorry for them': Eddie Gallagher says SEALs lied in videos accusing him of war crimes A former Navy SEAL accused of war crimes by his colleagues denounced videos on Friday depicting their confessions painting him as “evil” and out of c...

What to expect from the cutting edge of science and tech in 2020 From anti-ageing drugs to self-driving cars and long-lost human ancestors, New Scientist experts reveal what the biggest science stories will be in 2...

Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

FIRST PERSON: Louisiana alligator whisperer’s ‘dream job’ The International Labour Organization (ILO) is marking its centenary in 2019 and as part of the commemoration has launched a photography project call...

Accelerating towards a fairer future Cutting child mortality by a third in Brazil, reaching carbon neutrality in Finland and redirecting trillions of dollars of investment to funds that ...

Inventing sign language for space British sign language is receiving an astronomical update thanks to a unique collaboration between a space scientist and a group of deaf astronomers....

Rev. Al Sharpton Blasts Trump-Supporting Evangelicals: “They Would Sell Jesus Out” The Rev. Al Sharpton has defended Christianity Today magazine for its editorial supporting Trump’s removal from office, while also criticizing the ev...

Top general: Officials haven't lied about Afghanistan “I know there’s an assertion out there of some sort of coordinated lie over 18 years,” Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Mark Milley said. “I find that a mi...

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California records lowest population growth since 1900 Californians are leaving the state at rates not recorded since the turn of the 20th century, according to new data released by the California's Depar...

Residents, vacationers urged to leave Australian region as fire conditions worsen Residents and vacationers in part of the Australian state of Victoria were urged to leave on Sunday ahead of what is expected to be a day of extreme ...

California records lowest population growth since 1900 Californians are leaving the state at rates not recorded since the turn of the 20th century, according to new data released by the California's Depar...

Hemant Soren, Jharkhand's Youngest Chief Minister, Ready For Second Stint Hemant Soren, 44, made a beeline for the house of his father Shibu Soren - chief of Jharkhand Mukti Morcha - on Monday as the party and its ally Cong...

After 20 years of misery as refugees, a one-way ticket to the ‘miracle’ of resettlement Although they spent 20 years living in a refugee camp in Uganda, Jean-Pierre Ntegyeye and Isaiah Bahati never gave up hope of leaving for a better li...

Inventing sign language for space British sign language is receiving an astronomical update thanks to a unique collaboration between a space scientist and a group of deaf astronomers....

The 2010 – 2020 UN News Decade in Review, part two With the 2020s now in full view, welcome to the second in our three-part series looking back at some of the major UN-related stories of the past deca...

The 2010 – 2020 UN News Decade in Review, part three The final part of our look back over the past decade takes in the launch of the 2030 Agenda, the UN’s blueprint for a better future for all; the huma...

Trawlers return to Pacific fishing area in rare environmental success story With stocks rebounding, regulators have reopened a groundfish habitat off the west coast – with environmentalists’ supportA rare environmental succes...

Accelerating towards a fairer future Cutting child mortality by a third in Brazil, reaching carbon neutrality in Finland and redirecting trillions of dollars of investment to funds that ...

Pakistan blasphemy death sentence ‘travesty of justice’, say UN experts Independent UN human rights experts condemned on Friday the death sentence of a university lecturer charged with blasphemy in Pakistan, calling the r...

Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

Uninstall ToTok, an Alleged Emirati Spy App, From Your Phone Now A messaging app called ToTok had scores of positive reviews, particularly from users in the UAE. US intelligent officials say it may be spying for th...

Accelerating towards a fairer future Cutting child mortality by a third in Brazil, reaching carbon neutrality in Finland and redirecting trillions of dollars of investment to funds that ...

Don Imus Died... But Anyway, What Y'all Having For Breakfast? When George Bush Sr. died, I posted to Facebook, “R.I.P. George... Jefferson.” I have a number of witty, inappropriate jokes saved in my phone for wh...

Einstein's jacket and Apollo 11 tapes: Inside the science auction Fancy bidding on a Christmas present steeped in science history? Find out what they'll set you back, and which present-day artefacts might be worth i...

Inventing sign language for space British sign language is receiving an astronomical update thanks to a unique collaboration between a space scientist and a group of deaf astronomers....

Are CBD Customers Really Getting What They Pay For? CBD, or cannabidiol, is an ingredient found in cannabis plants. It doesn't give the user a high, but it's being marketed to relieve all kinds of ailm...

FIRST PERSON: Accordion maker has ‘never had so much fun’ The International Labour Organization (ILO) is marking its centenary in 2019 and as part of the commemoration has launched a photography project call...

Hemant Soren, Jharkhand's Youngest Chief Minister, Ready For Second Stint Hemant Soren, 44, made a beeline for the house of his father Shibu Soren - chief of Jharkhand Mukti Morcha - on Monday as the party and its ally Cong...

Haiti: Food insecurity expected to rise next year, UN humanitarian agency reports The number of Haitians who do not have sufficient food to eat is expected to surpass four million next year, the UN humanitarian affairs office, OCHA...

Britain's Harry and Meghan file for Sussex Royal trade mark Britain's Prince Harry and his wife Meghan have filed to register the name of their charitable foundation, Sussex Royal, as a trade mark, according t...

Pakistan blasphemy death sentence ‘travesty of justice’, say UN experts Independent UN human rights experts condemned on Friday the death sentence of a university lecturer charged with blasphemy in Pakistan, calling the r...

'I felt sorry for them': Eddie Gallagher says SEALs lied in videos accusing him of war crimes A former Navy SEAL accused of war crimes by his colleagues denounced videos on Friday depicting their confessions painting him as “evil” and out of c...

What to expect from the cutting edge of science and tech in 2020 From anti-ageing drugs to self-driving cars and long-lost human ancestors, New Scientist experts reveal what the biggest science stories will be in 2...

Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

Women in Business 'must be knowledgeable and trust their knowledge' Women who set up their own businesses will succeed if they are knowledgeable about their field and “trust their knowledge”; that’s according to the o...

A Trump Policy ‘Clarification’ All but Ends Punishment for Bird Deaths In one of its first environmental acts, the Trump administration absolved businesses from responsibility for "incidental" bird deaths. Avian carnage ...

Accelerating towards a fairer future Cutting child mortality by a third in Brazil, reaching carbon neutrality in Finland and redirecting trillions of dollars of investment to funds that ...

Woman accused of anti-Semitic attack gets supervised release at arraignment A homeless woman arrested as part of a recent spree of eight anti-Semitic hate crimes — in her case for allegedly attacking an Orthodox mom in ...

What the newly released Checkra1n jailbreak means for iDevice security Enlarge (credit: @Checkra1n) It has been a week since the release of Checkra1n, the world’s first jailbreak for devices running Apple’s iOS 13. Becau...

A Trump Policy ‘Clarification’ All but Ends Punishment for Bird Deaths In one of its first environmental acts, the Trump administration absolved businesses from responsibility for "incidental" bird deaths. Avian carnage ...

California records lowest population growth since 1900 Californians are leaving the state at rates not recorded since the turn of the 20th century, according to new data released by the California's Depar...

Hemant Soren, Jharkhand's Youngest Chief Minister, Ready For Second Stint Hemant Soren, 44, made a beeline for the house of his father Shibu Soren - chief of Jharkhand Mukti Morcha - on Monday as the party and its ally Cong...

After 20 years of misery as refugees, a one-way ticket to the ‘miracle’ of resettlement Although they spent 20 years living in a refugee camp in Uganda, Jean-Pierre Ntegyeye and Isaiah Bahati never gave up hope of leaving for a better li...

Inventing sign language for space British sign language is receiving an astronomical update thanks to a unique collaboration between a space scientist and a group of deaf astronomers....

The 2010 – 2020 UN News Decade in Review, part two With the 2020s now in full view, welcome to the second in our three-part series looking back at some of the major UN-related stories of the past deca...

The 2010 – 2020 UN News Decade in Review, part three The final part of our look back over the past decade takes in the launch of the 2030 Agenda, the UN’s blueprint for a better future for all; the huma...

Trawlers return to Pacific fishing area in rare environmental success story With stocks rebounding, regulators have reopened a groundfish habitat off the west coast – with environmentalists’ supportA rare environmental succes...

Accelerating towards a fairer future Cutting child mortality by a third in Brazil, reaching carbon neutrality in Finland and redirecting trillions of dollars of investment to funds that ...

Pakistan blasphemy death sentence ‘travesty of justice’, say UN experts Independent UN human rights experts condemned on Friday the death sentence of a university lecturer charged with blasphemy in Pakistan, calling the r...

Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

Uninstall ToTok, an Alleged Emirati Spy App, From Your Phone Now A messaging app called ToTok had scores of positive reviews, particularly from users in the UAE. US intelligent officials say it may be spying for th...

Accelerating towards a fairer future Cutting child mortality by a third in Brazil, reaching carbon neutrality in Finland and redirecting trillions of dollars of investment to funds that ...

Don Imus Died... But Anyway, What Y'all Having For Breakfast? When George Bush Sr. died, I posted to Facebook, “R.I.P. George... Jefferson.” I have a number of witty, inappropriate jokes saved in my phone for wh...

Einstein's jacket and Apollo 11 tapes: Inside the science auction Fancy bidding on a Christmas present steeped in science history? Find out what they'll set you back, and which present-day artefacts might be worth i...

Inventing sign language for space British sign language is receiving an astronomical update thanks to a unique collaboration between a space scientist and a group of deaf astronomers....

What the newly released Checkra1n jailbreak means for iDevice security Enlarge (credit: @Checkra1n) It has been a week since the release of Checkra1n, the world’s first jailbreak for devices running Apple’s iOS 13. Becau...

George Michael's sister dies at 55 on third anniversary of singer's death George Michael's sister Melanie Panayiotou, 55, died Wednesday, Christmas Day, the third anniversary of the singer's death.     &...

Violent attack in Burkina Faso leaves dozens of women dead, draws censure of UN chief United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres has “strongly" condemned an attack carried out yesterday by unidentified gunmen in northern Burkina...

Volunteers count dead, injured birds and bats in downtown Calgary It's something that has never been done in Calgary before: a group of volunteers have come together to gather dead and injured birds that have flown ...

What the newly released Checkra1n jailbreak means for iDevice security Enlarge (credit: @Checkra1n) It has been a week since the release of Checkra1n, the world’s first jailbreak for devices running Apple’s iOS 13. Becau...

Trawlers return to Pacific fishing area in rare environmental success story With stocks rebounding, regulators have reopened a groundfish habitat off the west coast – with environmentalists’ supportA rare environmental succes...

Women in Business 'must be knowledgeable and trust their knowledge' Women who set up their own businesses will succeed if they are knowledgeable about their field and “trust their knowledge”; that’s according to the o...

A Trump Policy ‘Clarification’ All but Ends Punishment for Bird Deaths In one of its first environmental acts, the Trump administration absolved businesses from responsibility for "incidental" bird deaths. Avian carnage ...

Accelerating towards a fairer future Cutting child mortality by a third in Brazil, reaching carbon neutrality in Finland and redirecting trillions of dollars of investment to funds that ...

Woman accused of anti-Semitic attack gets supervised release at arraignment A homeless woman arrested as part of a recent spree of eight anti-Semitic hate crimes — in her case for allegedly attacking an Orthodox mom in ...

What the newly released Checkra1n jailbreak means for iDevice security Enlarge (credit: @Checkra1n) It has been a week since the release of Checkra1n, the world’s first jailbreak for devices running Apple’s iOS 13. Becau...

A Trump Policy ‘Clarification’ All but Ends Punishment for Bird Deaths In one of its first environmental acts, the Trump administration absolved businesses from responsibility for "incidental" bird deaths. Avian carnage ...

Trawlers return to Pacific fishing area in rare environmental success story With stocks rebounding, regulators have reopened a groundfish habitat off the west coast – with environmentalists’ supportA rare environmental succes...

What the newly released Checkra1n jailbreak means for iDevice security Enlarge (credit: @Checkra1n) It has been a week since the release of Checkra1n, the world’s first jailbreak for devices running Apple’s iOS 13. Becau...

Independent UN rights experts raise alarm over ‘incommunicado detention’ of Chinese scholar Independent United Nations human rights experts expressed apprehension on Thursday over the “incommunicado detention” of a Uyghur Muslim academic who...

What the newly released Checkra1n jailbreak means for iDevice security Enlarge (credit: @Checkra1n) It has been a week since the release of Checkra1n, the world’s first jailbreak for devices running Apple’s iOS 13. Becau...

Liberal Media Scream: NBC’s Chuck Todd sees a ‘dark’ America This week’s Liberal Media Scream features Meet the Press host Chuck Todd in a post-impeachment funk, talking on his NBC show about America being “in ...

FROM THE FIELD: The Comeback Crane An endangered species of crane has been saved from extinction in Thailand, thanks to a project supported by the United Nations Development Programme ...

Women in Business “must be knowledgeable and trust their knowledge” Women who set up their own businesses will succeed if they are knowledgeable about their field and “trust their knowledge”; that’s according to the o...

What the newly released Checkra1n jailbreak means for iDevice security Enlarge (credit: @Checkra1n) It has been a week since the release of Checkra1n, the world’s first jailbreak for devices running Apple’s iOS 13. Becau...

George Michael's sister dies at 55 on third anniversary of singer's death George Michael's sister Melanie Panayiotou, 55, died Wednesday, Christmas Day, the third anniversary of the singer's death.     &...

Violent attack in Burkina Faso leaves dozens of women dead, draws censure of UN chief United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres has “strongly" condemned an attack carried out yesterday by unidentified gunmen in northern Burkina...

Volunteers count dead, injured birds and bats in downtown Calgary It's something that has never been done in Calgary before: a group of volunteers have come together to gather dead and injured birds that have flown ...

What the newly released Checkra1n jailbreak means for iDevice security Enlarge (credit: @Checkra1n) It has been a week since the release of Checkra1n, the world’s first jailbreak for devices running Apple’s iOS 13. Becau...

Trawlers return to Pacific fishing area in rare environmental success story With stocks rebounding, regulators have reopened a groundfish habitat off the west coast – with environmentalists’ supportA rare environmental succes...

From Star Wars to Hitchhiker's – how to make the best drinks in sci-fi New Scientist combines mixology with science fiction to produce recipes for the finest drinks in this – or any other – universe, from Bantha Milk to ...

Inventing sign language for space British sign language is receiving an astronomical update thanks to a unique collaboration between a space scientist and a group of deaf astronomers....

What to expect from the cutting edge of science and tech in 2020 From anti-ageing drugs to self-driving cars and long-lost human ancestors, New Scientist experts reveal what the biggest science stories will be in 2...

UN chief offers the world wishes for ‘peace and a blessed New Year’ While visiting with Pope Francis at the Vatican on Friday, UN Secretary-General António Guterres extended wishes for a peaceful Christmas and a bless...

Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

Independent UN rights experts raise alarm over ‘incommunicado detention’ of Chinese scholar Independent United Nations human rights experts expressed apprehension on Thursday over the “incommunicado detention” of a Uyghur Muslim academic who...

Skier Vonn gives engagement ring to hockey star Subban and he says 'yes!' Olympic ski champion Lindsey Vonn believes women aren't the only ones who should get engagement rings. So on Christmas Day she gave one to boyfriend ...

Violent attack in Burkina Faso leaves dozens of women dead, draws censure of UN chief United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres has “strongly" condemned an attack carried out yesterday by unidentified gunmen in northern Burkina...

Alaska set to finish 2019 with record warm year Alaska is set to finish 2019 with a record average high temperature after a year of extremes ranging from a sweltering summer and rampant wildfires t...

Trawlers return to Pacific fishing area in rare environmental success story With stocks rebounding, regulators have reopened a groundfish habitat off the west coast – with environmentalists’ supportA rare environmental succes...

What the newly released Checkra1n jailbreak means for iDevice security Enlarge (credit: @Checkra1n) It has been a week since the release of Checkra1n, the world’s first jailbreak for devices running Apple’s iOS 13. Becau...

Independent UN rights experts raise alarm over ‘incommunicado detention’ of Chinese scholar Independent United Nations human rights experts expressed apprehension on Thursday over the “incommunicado detention” of a Uyghur Muslim academic who...

What the newly released Checkra1n jailbreak means for iDevice security Enlarge (credit: @Checkra1n) It has been a week since the release of Checkra1n, the world’s first jailbreak for devices running Apple’s iOS 13. Becau...

Liberal Media Scream: NBC’s Chuck Todd sees a ‘dark’ America This week’s Liberal Media Scream features Meet the Press host Chuck Todd in a post-impeachment funk, talking on his NBC show about America being “in ...

FROM THE FIELD: The Comeback Crane An endangered species of crane has been saved from extinction in Thailand, thanks to a project supported by the United Nations Development Programme ...

Women in Business “must be knowledgeable and trust their knowledge” Women who set up their own businesses will succeed if they are knowledgeable about their field and “trust their knowledge”; that’s according to the o...

230,000 people lost in a day: Asia remembers devastating 2004 tsunami Communities across Asia commemorated the 230,000 victims of the Indian Ocean tsunami on Thursday, the 15th anniversary of one of the world's most dea...

Inventing sign language for space British sign language is receiving an astronomical update thanks to a unique collaboration between a space scientist and a group of deaf astronomers....

FIRST PERSON: Wine still helping heal, post-Hurricane Katrina The International Labour Organization (ILO) is marking its centenary in 2019 and as part of the commemoration has launched a photography project call...

‘Cutting each other's throats’: Allies fear Russia will annex Belarus to save Putin’s life Western allies fear that Russia will gain sovereignty over Belarus, a former Soviet satellite state that could help preserve Vladimir Putin’s grip on...

The 2010 – 2020 UN News Decade in Review, part two With the 2020s now in full view, welcome to the second in our three-part series looking back at some of the major UN-related stories of the past deca...

Gov. Cuomo mulls controversial plan to redevelop beloved West Side park Gov. Cuomo has until the end of Tuesday to act on legislation that would allow the construction of up to 700,000 square feet of commercial offices in...

Kylie invites politics-weary Brits to 'call on your friends in Australia' Australian popstar Kylie Minogue has invited weary Britons to forget politics and "call on your friends in Australia" in a tourism campaign launched ...

California records lowest population growth since 1900 Californians are leaving the state at rates not recorded since the turn of the 20th century, according to new data released by the California's Depar...

From Star Wars to Hitchhiker's – how to make the best drinks in sci-fi New Scientist combines mixology with science fiction to produce recipes for the finest drinks in this – or any other – universe, from Bantha Milk to ...

Inventing sign language for space British sign language is receiving an astronomical update thanks to a unique collaboration between a space scientist and a group of deaf astronomers....

What to expect from the cutting edge of science and tech in 2020 From anti-ageing drugs to self-driving cars and long-lost human ancestors, New Scientist experts reveal what the biggest science stories will be in 2...

UN chief offers the world wishes for ‘peace and a blessed New Year’ While visiting with Pope Francis at the Vatican on Friday, UN Secretary-General António Guterres extended wishes for a peaceful Christmas and a bless...

Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

Independent UN rights experts raise alarm over ‘incommunicado detention’ of Chinese scholar Independent United Nations human rights experts expressed apprehension on Thursday over the “incommunicado detention” of a Uyghur Muslim academic who...

Skier Vonn gives engagement ring to hockey star Subban and he says 'yes!' Olympic ski champion Lindsey Vonn believes women aren't the only ones who should get engagement rings. So on Christmas Day she gave one to boyfriend ...

Violent attack in Burkina Faso leaves dozens of women dead, draws censure of UN chief United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres has “strongly" condemned an attack carried out yesterday by unidentified gunmen in northern Burkina...

Alaska set to finish 2019 with record warm year Alaska is set to finish 2019 with a record average high temperature after a year of extremes ranging from a sweltering summer and rampant wildfires t...

After 20 years of misery as refugees, a one-way ticket to the ‘miracle’ of resettlement Although they spent 20 years living in a refugee camp in Uganda, Jean-Pierre Ntegyeye and Isaiah Bahati never gave up hope of leaving for a better li...

Are CBD Customers Really Getting What They Pay For? CBD, or cannabidiol, is an ingredient found in cannabis plants. It doesn't give the user a high, but it's being marketed to relieve all kinds of ailm...

Britain's Queen struck by youth climate activism Britain's Queen Elizabeth said in her Christmas message on Wednesday that she was impressed by young people's dynamism towards fighting environmental...

From Star Wars to Hitchhiker's – how to make the best drinks in sci-fi New Scientist combines mixology with science fiction to produce recipes for the finest drinks in this – or any other – universe, from Bantha Milk to ...

Allee Willis, Songwriter of Earth, Wind and Fire’s 'September,' Has Died Allee Willis, the prolific songwriter who penned Earth, Wind and Fire’s “September” and the Broadway musical, The Color Purple, has died at age 72....

In ‘Strongest’ Climate Ruling Yet, Dutch Court Orders Leaders to Take Action The ruling, which is not subject to further appeal, requires the country to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 25 percent from 1990 levels by the end of...

FIRST PERSON: Feeling the milliner’s vibe The International Labour Organization (ILO) is marking its centenary in 2019 and as part of the commemoration has launched a photography project call...

Guterres stresses need for independent, ‘impartial investigation’ into Saudi journalist Khashoggi’s death As Saudi Arabia handed death sentences to five people and sent three others to jail for the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, the United Na...

The 2010 – 2020 UN News Decade in Review, part two With the 2020s now in full view, welcome to the second in our three-part series looking back at some of the major UN-related stories of the past deca...

230,000 people lost in a day: Asia remembers devastating 2004 tsunami Communities across Asia commemorated the 230,000 victims of the Indian Ocean tsunami on Thursday, the 15th anniversary of one of the world's most dea...

Inventing sign language for space British sign language is receiving an astronomical update thanks to a unique collaboration between a space scientist and a group of deaf astronomers....

FIRST PERSON: Wine still helping heal, post-Hurricane Katrina The International Labour Organization (ILO) is marking its centenary in 2019 and as part of the commemoration has launched a photography project call...

‘Cutting each other's throats’: Allies fear Russia will annex Belarus to save Putin’s life Western allies fear that Russia will gain sovereignty over Belarus, a former Soviet satellite state that could help preserve Vladimir Putin’s grip on...

The 2010 – 2020 UN News Decade in Review, part two With the 2020s now in full view, welcome to the second in our three-part series looking back at some of the major UN-related stories of the past deca...

Gov. Cuomo mulls controversial plan to redevelop beloved West Side park Gov. Cuomo has until the end of Tuesday to act on legislation that would allow the construction of up to 700,000 square feet of commercial offices in...

Kylie invites politics-weary Brits to 'call on your friends in Australia' Australian popstar Kylie Minogue has invited weary Britons to forget politics and "call on your friends in Australia" in a tourism campaign launched ...

California records lowest population growth since 1900 Californians are leaving the state at rates not recorded since the turn of the 20th century, according to new data released by the California's Depar...

UN chief urges action following execution, abduction of civilians in Nigeria Those responsible for the recent execution and abduction of civilians in northeastern Nigeria must be held accountable, the UN Secretary-General has ...

‘I never understood wind’: Trump goes on bizarre tirade against wind turbines President’s nonsensical rambling remarks about ‘windmills’ in segment from weekend speech raised eyebrowsHe says he knows more about Isis than his ge...

From Star Wars to Hitchhiker's – how to make the best drinks in sci-fi New Scientist combines mixology with science fiction to produce recipes for the finest drinks in this – or any other – universe, from Bantha Milk to ...

Guterres stresses need for independent, ‘impartial investigation’ into Saudi journalist Khashoggi’s death As Saudi Arabia handed death sentences to five people and sent three others to jail for the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, the United Na...

UN chief sends wishes for ‘peace and a blessed New Year’ to all While visiting with Pope Francis at the Vatican on Friday, UN Secretary-General António Guterres extended wishes for a peaceful Christmas and a bless...

Toronto rapper Bvlly, 24, killed in Christmas Eve shooting Authorities have identified Toronto rapper Bvlly as the victim of a fatal Christmas Eve shooting in Ontario, Canada. He was 24.    ...

Guterres stresses need for independent, ‘impartial investigation’ into Saudi journalist Khashoggi’s death As Saudi Arabia handed death sentences to five people and sent three others to jail for the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, the United Na...

Lethbridge man builds net-zero home for environmental and economic sustainability For what he says was just 10 to 15 per cent more than a traditional home upfront, Valdrin Jashari built his family their net-zero dream home in Lethb...

FIRST PERSON: Feeling the milliner’s vibe The International Labour Organization (ILO) is marking its centenary in 2019 and as part of the commemoration has launched a photography project call...

UN chief urges action following execution, abduction of civilians in Nigeria Those responsible for the recent execution and abduction of civilians in northeastern Nigeria must be held accountable, the UN Secretary-General has ...

Are CBD Customers Really Getting What They Pay For? CBD, or cannabidiol, is an ingredient found in cannabis plants. It doesn't give the user a high, but it's being marketed to relieve all kinds of ailm...

Inventing sign language for space British sign language is receiving an astronomical update thanks to a unique collaboration between a space scientist and a group of deaf astronomers....

FIRST PERSON: Feeling the milliner’s vibe The International Labour Organization (ILO) is marking its centenary in 2019 and as part of the commemoration has launched a photography project call...

UN chief offers the world wishes for ‘peace and a blessed New Year’ While visiting with Pope Francis at the Vatican on Friday, UN Secretary-General António Guterres extended wishes for a peaceful Christmas and a bless...

After 20 years of misery as refugees, a one-way ticket to the ‘miracle’ of resettlement Although they spent 20 years living in a refugee camp in Uganda, Jean-Pierre Ntegyeye and Isaiah Bahati never gave up hope of leaving for a better li...

Are CBD Customers Really Getting What They Pay For? CBD, or cannabidiol, is an ingredient found in cannabis plants. It doesn't give the user a high, but it's being marketed to relieve all kinds of ailm...

Britain's Queen struck by youth climate activism Britain's Queen Elizabeth said in her Christmas message on Wednesday that she was impressed by young people's dynamism towards fighting environmental...

From Star Wars to Hitchhiker's – how to make the best drinks in sci-fi New Scientist combines mixology with science fiction to produce recipes for the finest drinks in this – or any other – universe, from Bantha Milk to ...

Allee Willis, Songwriter of Earth, Wind and Fire’s 'September,' Has Died Allee Willis, the prolific songwriter who penned Earth, Wind and Fire’s “September” and the Broadway musical, The Color Purple, has died at age 72....

In ‘Strongest’ Climate Ruling Yet, Dutch Court Orders Leaders to Take Action The ruling, which is not subject to further appeal, requires the country to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 25 percent from 1990 levels by the end of...

FIRST PERSON: Feeling the milliner’s vibe The International Labour Organization (ILO) is marking its centenary in 2019 and as part of the commemoration has launched a photography project call...

Guterres stresses need for independent, ‘impartial investigation’ into Saudi journalist Khashoggi’s death As Saudi Arabia handed death sentences to five people and sent three others to jail for the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, the United Na...

The 2010 – 2020 UN News Decade in Review, part two With the 2020s now in full view, welcome to the second in our three-part series looking back at some of the major UN-related stories of the past deca...

Inventing sign language for space British sign language is receiving an astronomical update thanks to a unique collaboration between a space scientist and a group of deaf astronomers....

Liberal Media Scream: NBC’s Chuck Todd sees a ‘dark’ America This week’s Liberal Media Scream features Meet the Press host Chuck Todd in a post-impeachment funk, talking on his NBC show about America being “in ...

Top general: Officials haven't lied about Afghanistan “I know there’s an assertion out there of some sort of coordinated lie over 18 years,” Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Mark Milley said. “I find that a mi...

UN chief calls for ‘immediate cessation of hostilities’ in Syria amidst uptick in violence, displacement “Deeply concerned” over a recent military escalation in northwest Syria, Secretary-General António Guterres called for an “immediate cessation of hos...

In ‘Strongest’ Climate Ruling Yet, Dutch Court Orders Leaders to Take Action The ruling, which is not subject to further appeal, requires the country to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 25 percent from 1990 levels by the end of...

In ‘Strongest’ Climate Ruling Yet, Dutch Court Orders Leaders to Take Action The ruling, which is not subject to further appeal, requires the country to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 25 percent from 1990 levels by the end of...

Inventing sign language for space British sign language is receiving an astronomical update thanks to a unique collaboration between a space scientist and a group of deaf astronomers....

Are CBD Customers Really Getting What They Pay For? CBD, or cannabidiol, is an ingredient found in cannabis plants. It doesn't give the user a high, but it's being marketed to relieve all kinds of ailm...

After 20 years of misery as refugees, a one-way ticket to the ‘miracle’ of resettlement Although they spent 20 years living in a refugee camp in Uganda, Jean-Pierre Ntegyeye and Isaiah Bahati never gave up hope of leaving for a better li...

‘I never understood wind’: Trump goes on bizarre tirade against wind turbines President’s nonsensical rambling remarks about ‘windmills’ in segment from weekend speech raised eyebrowsHe says he knows more about Isis than his ge...

Top general: Officials haven't lied about Afghanistan “I know there’s an assertion out there of some sort of coordinated lie over 18 years,” Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Mark Milley said. “I find that a mi...

What the newly released Checkra1n jailbreak means for iDevice security Enlarge (credit: @Checkra1n) It has been a week since the release of Checkra1n, the world’s first jailbreak for devices running Apple’s iOS 13. Becau...

UN chief urges action following execution, abduction of civilians in Nigeria Those responsible for the recent execution and abduction of civilians in northeastern Nigeria must be held accountable, the UN Secretary-General has ...

‘I never understood wind’: Trump goes on bizarre tirade against wind turbines President’s nonsensical rambling remarks about ‘windmills’ in segment from weekend speech raised eyebrowsHe says he knows more about Isis than his ge...

From Star Wars to Hitchhiker's – how to make the best drinks in sci-fi New Scientist combines mixology with science fiction to produce recipes for the finest drinks in this – or any other – universe, from Bantha Milk to ...

Guterres stresses need for independent, ‘impartial investigation’ into Saudi journalist Khashoggi’s death As Saudi Arabia handed death sentences to five people and sent three others to jail for the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, the United Na...

UN chief sends wishes for ‘peace and a blessed New Year’ to all While visiting with Pope Francis at the Vatican on Friday, UN Secretary-General António Guterres extended wishes for a peaceful Christmas and a bless...

Toronto rapper Bvlly, 24, killed in Christmas Eve shooting Authorities have identified Toronto rapper Bvlly as the victim of a fatal Christmas Eve shooting in Ontario, Canada. He was 24.    ...

Guterres stresses need for independent, ‘impartial investigation’ into Saudi journalist Khashoggi’s death As Saudi Arabia handed death sentences to five people and sent three others to jail for the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, the United Na...

Lethbridge man builds net-zero home for environmental and economic sustainability For what he says was just 10 to 15 per cent more than a traditional home upfront, Valdrin Jashari built his family their net-zero dream home in Lethb...

FIRST PERSON: Feeling the milliner’s vibe The International Labour Organization (ILO) is marking its centenary in 2019 and as part of the commemoration has launched a photography project call...

UN chief urges action following execution, abduction of civilians in Nigeria Those responsible for the recent execution and abduction of civilians in northeastern Nigeria must be held accountable, the UN Secretary-General has ...

Are CBD Customers Really Getting What They Pay For? CBD, or cannabidiol, is an ingredient found in cannabis plants. It doesn't give the user a high, but it's being marketed to relieve all kinds of ailm...

Inventing sign language for space British sign language is receiving an astronomical update thanks to a unique collaboration between a space scientist and a group of deaf astronomers....

FIRST PERSON: Feeling the milliner’s vibe The International Labour Organization (ILO) is marking its centenary in 2019 and as part of the commemoration has launched a photography project call...

UN chief offers the world wishes for ‘peace and a blessed New Year’ While visiting with Pope Francis at the Vatican on Friday, UN Secretary-General António Guterres extended wishes for a peaceful Christmas and a bless...

Expect gridlock: Record number of Americans set to travel this holiday season Gridlock will be at its worse in the Big Apple the day after Christmas, from 4:15 to 6:15 p.m., with traffic expected to be triple that of what’s typ...

Are CBD Customers Really Getting What They Pay For? CBD, or cannabidiol, is an ingredient found in cannabis plants. It doesn't give the user a high, but it's being marketed to relieve all kinds of ailm...

General election 2019: Why you should think climate change not Brexit Brexit may seem important right now, but whoever wins the election will be in charge halfway to 2030 – a crucial time in efforts to limit dangerous w...

FIRST PERSON: ‘Big Chief’ and the million beads The International Labour Organization (ILO) is marking its centenary in 2019 and as part of the commemoration has launched a photography project call...

California records lowest population growth since 1900 Californians are leaving the state at rates not recorded since the turn of the 20th century, according to new data released by the California's Depar...

California records lowest population growth since 1900 Californians are leaving the state at rates not recorded since the turn of the 20th century, according to new data released by the California's Depar...

General election 2019: Why you should think climate change not Brexit Brexit may seem important right now, but whoever wins the election will be in charge halfway to 2030 – a crucial time in efforts to limit dangerous w...

FROM THE FIELD: Preventing Ethiopia’s trash from going to waste The rehabilitation of a dumpsite in Ethiopia in which 116 people died following a landslide two years ago, has made the area safer for people working...

From Star Wars to Hitchhiker's – how to make the best drinks in sci-fi New Scientist combines mixology with science fiction to produce recipes for the finest drinks in this – or any other – universe, from Bantha Milk to ...

In ‘Strongest’ Climate Ruling Yet, Dutch Court Orders Leaders to Take Action The ruling, which is not subject to further appeal, requires the country to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 25 percent from 1990 levels by the end of...

Inventing sign language for space British sign language is receiving an astronomical update thanks to a unique collaboration between a space scientist and a group of deaf astronomers....

Liberal Media Scream: NBC’s Chuck Todd sees a ‘dark’ America This week’s Liberal Media Scream features Meet the Press host Chuck Todd in a post-impeachment funk, talking on his NBC show about America being “in ...

Top general: Officials haven't lied about Afghanistan “I know there’s an assertion out there of some sort of coordinated lie over 18 years,” Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Mark Milley said. “I find that a mi...

UN chief calls for ‘immediate cessation of hostilities’ in Syria amidst uptick in violence, displacement “Deeply concerned” over a recent military escalation in northwest Syria, Secretary-General António Guterres called for an “immediate cessation of hos...

In ‘Strongest’ Climate Ruling Yet, Dutch Court Orders Leaders to Take Action The ruling, which is not subject to further appeal, requires the country to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 25 percent from 1990 levels by the end of...

In ‘Strongest’ Climate Ruling Yet, Dutch Court Orders Leaders to Take Action The ruling, which is not subject to further appeal, requires the country to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 25 percent from 1990 levels by the end of...

Inventing sign language for space British sign language is receiving an astronomical update thanks to a unique collaboration between a space scientist and a group of deaf astronomers....

Are CBD Customers Really Getting What They Pay For? CBD, or cannabidiol, is an ingredient found in cannabis plants. It doesn't give the user a high, but it's being marketed to relieve all kinds of ailm...

After 20 years of misery as refugees, a one-way ticket to the ‘miracle’ of resettlement Although they spent 20 years living in a refugee camp in Uganda, Jean-Pierre Ntegyeye and Isaiah Bahati never gave up hope of leaving for a better li...

‘I never understood wind’: Trump goes on bizarre tirade against wind turbines President’s nonsensical rambling remarks about ‘windmills’ in segment from weekend speech raised eyebrowsHe says he knows more about Isis than his ge...

Top general: Officials haven't lied about Afghanistan “I know there’s an assertion out there of some sort of coordinated lie over 18 years,” Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Mark Milley said. “I find that a mi...

What the newly released Checkra1n jailbreak means for iDevice security Enlarge (credit: @Checkra1n) It has been a week since the release of Checkra1n, the world’s first jailbreak for devices running Apple’s iOS 13. Becau...

Are CBD Customers Really Getting What They Pay For? CBD, or cannabidiol, is an ingredient found in cannabis plants. It doesn't give the user a high, but it's being marketed to relieve all kinds of ailm...

City unveils new $21M spending plan for homeless crisis The de Blasio administration said Monday it is pumping another $21 million into addressing the city’s homeless crisis. After “a 30-day review l...

AOC: ‘It'd be an honor to be vice president’ She’s a bit too young to legally hold the job, but that hasn’t stopped Democratic New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez from measuring the drapes in...

California records lowest population growth since 1900 Californians are leaving the state at rates not recorded since the turn of the 20th century, according to new data released by the California's Depar...

Top general: Officials haven't lied about Afghanistan “I know there’s an assertion out there of some sort of coordinated lie over 18 years,” Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Mark Milley said. “I find that a mi...

FIRST PERSON: Chef’s ‘labour of love’ key ingredient for life in the kitchen The International Labour Organization is marking its centenary in 2019 and as part of the commemoration has launched a photography project called “Di...

Afghan President leads election; UN mission chief urges all to ‘safeguard’ final stage of process Welcoming the preliminary results for Afghanistan’s presidential election on Sunday, the head of the United Nations mission in the country urged the ...

‘I never understood wind’: Trump goes on bizarre tirade against wind turbines President’s nonsensical rambling remarks about ‘windmills’ in segment from weekend speech raised eyebrowsHe says he knows more about Isis than his ge...

After 20 years of misery as refugees, a one-way ticket to the ‘miracle’ of resettlement Although they spent 20 years living in a refugee camp in Uganda, Jean-Pierre Ntegyeye and Isaiah Bahati never gave up hope of leaving for a better li...

Expect gridlock: Record number of Americans set to travel this holiday season Gridlock will be at its worse in the Big Apple the day after Christmas, from 4:15 to 6:15 p.m., with traffic expected to be triple that of what’s typ...

Are CBD Customers Really Getting What They Pay For? CBD, or cannabidiol, is an ingredient found in cannabis plants. It doesn't give the user a high, but it's being marketed to relieve all kinds of ailm...

General election 2019: Why you should think climate change not Brexit Brexit may seem important right now, but whoever wins the election will be in charge halfway to 2030 – a crucial time in efforts to limit dangerous w...

FIRST PERSON: ‘Big Chief’ and the million beads The International Labour Organization (ILO) is marking its centenary in 2019 and as part of the commemoration has launched a photography project call...

California records lowest population growth since 1900 Californians are leaving the state at rates not recorded since the turn of the 20th century, according to new data released by the California's Depar...

California records lowest population growth since 1900 Californians are leaving the state at rates not recorded since the turn of the 20th century, according to new data released by the California's Depar...

General election 2019: Why you should think climate change not Brexit Brexit may seem important right now, but whoever wins the election will be in charge halfway to 2030 – a crucial time in efforts to limit dangerous w...

FROM THE FIELD: Preventing Ethiopia’s trash from going to waste The rehabilitation of a dumpsite in Ethiopia in which 116 people died following a landslide two years ago, has made the area safer for people working...

From Star Wars to Hitchhiker's – how to make the best drinks in sci-fi New Scientist combines mixology with science fiction to produce recipes for the finest drinks in this – or any other – universe, from Bantha Milk to ...

In ‘Strongest’ Climate Ruling Yet, Dutch Court Orders Leaders to Take Action The ruling, which is not subject to further appeal, requires the country to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 25 percent from 1990 levels by the end of...

The Bronx’s Universal Hip Hop Museum Awarded $3.75 Million from New York State On Thursday, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced a state grant of $3.75 million to be awarded to help the formation of The Universal Hip Hop Museum,...

Ram Dass, psychedelic drug pioneer, dies at home aged 88 Ram Dass, who in the 1960s joined Timothy Leary in promoting psychedelic drugs as the path to inner enlightenment before undergoing a spiritual rebir...

Top general: Officials haven't lied about Afghanistan “I know there’s an assertion out there of some sort of coordinated lie over 18 years,” Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Mark Milley said. “I find that a mi...

The Bronx’s Universal Hip Hop Museum Awarded $3.75 Million from New York State On Thursday, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced a state grant of $3.75 million to be awarded to help the formation of The Universal Hip Hop Museum,...

Friday’s Daily Brief: Pope Francis, Lesotho, Iran, world corruption Our top stories for Friday include: Pope Francis receives the UN chief in Rome, Lesotho famine threat, concern for jailed Iranian protestors, and str...

Prince Charles: Prince Philip is 'being looked after very well' in the hospital Prince Philip, the 98-year-old husband to Queen Elizabeth II, remains in the hospital for a fourth day, according to his son Prince Charles.  &#...

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City unveils new $21M spending plan for homeless crisis The de Blasio administration said Monday it is pumping another $21 million into addressing the city’s homeless crisis. After “a 30-day review l...

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Top general: Officials haven't lied about Afghanistan “I know there’s an assertion out there of some sort of coordinated lie over 18 years,” Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Mark Milley said. “I find that a mi...

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The Bronx’s Universal Hip Hop Museum Awarded $3.75 Million from New York State On Thursday, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced a state grant of $3.75 million to be awarded to help the formation of The Universal Hip Hop Museum,...

Exempting Alberta coal mine expansion from federal review is ‘hypocrisy’: environmental groups Environmental groups say they are disappointed that Ottawa is exempting an Alberta open pit thermal coal mine expansion project from federal environm...

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Top general: Officials haven't lied about Afghanistan “I know there’s an assertion out there of some sort of coordinated lie over 18 years,” Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Mark Milley said. “I find that a mi...

The Bronx’s Universal Hip Hop Museum Awarded $3.75 Million from New York State On Thursday, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced a state grant of $3.75 million to be awarded to help the formation of The Universal Hip Hop Museum,...

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Exempting Alberta coal mine expansion from federal review is ‘hypocrisy’: environmental groups Environmental groups say they are disappointed that Ottawa is exempting an Alberta open pit thermal coal mine expansion project from federal environm...

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Stephen Miller: ‘Deep vein of anti-Semitism running through Democratic Party’ Calling claims that he is a white nationalist “offensive” and “outrageous,” top White House aide Stephen Miller charged that attacks on him are drive...

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Daily on Energy, presented by Renew Biodiesel: EPA’s Andrew Wheeler vs. Democrats on climate change Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

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Top Criminal Court to conduct official probe into alleged war crimes in Palestine Following a “thorough, independent and objective assessment”, the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC) announced on Friday that she p...

Martin Rees: We will become a new species by expanding beyond Earth Heading into deep space will lead to a new species of human evolving, says the UK Astronomer Royal - and could pave the way to immortals who can conq...

Mountains matter, especially if you’re young, UN declares Covering around 27 per cent of the earth's land surface, mountains play a critical role in moving the world’s towards sustainable economic growth. Wi...

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Exempting Alberta coal mine expansion from federal review is ‘hypocrisy’: environmental groups Environmental groups say they are disappointed that Ottawa is exempting an Alberta open pit thermal coal mine expansion project from federal environm...

'Troll army' forgery: Lithuania denounces fake report that US soldiers stole car A forged news report accusing U.S. soldiers in Lithuania of trying to steal a car was part of an elaborate campaign to turn NATO allies against each ...

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'Troll army' forgery: Lithuania denounces fake report that US soldiers stole car A forged news report accusing U.S. soldiers in Lithuania of trying to steal a car was part of an elaborate campaign to turn NATO allies against each ...

Stephen Miller: ‘Deep vein of anti-Semitism running through Democratic Party’ Calling claims that he is a white nationalist “offensive” and “outrageous,” top White House aide Stephen Miller charged that attacks on him are drive...

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Daily on Energy, presented by Renew Biodiesel: EPA’s Andrew Wheeler vs. Democrats on climate change Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

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Prince Philip, 98, husband of Queen Elizabeth, taken to hospital as a precaution Britain's Prince Philip, the 98-year-old husband of Queen Elizabeth, was taken to hospital on Friday as a precaution for treatment of an existing con...

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Martin Rees: We will become a new species by expanding beyond Earth Heading into deep space will lead to a new species of human evolving, says the UK Astronomer Royal - and could pave the way to immortals who can conq...

'Troll army' forgery: Lithuania denounces fake report that US soldiers stole car A forged news report accusing U.S. soldiers in Lithuania of trying to steal a car was part of an elaborate campaign to turn NATO allies against each ...

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Saturday's Best Deals: Jachs Hoodies, Samsung S10, Nerf, Play-Doh, Storage Bags, and More A Cozy Hoodie sale at Jachs, a Samsung Galaxy S10 + $50 Amazon Gift Card, and a Nerf, Play-Doh, & Hasbro Games Gold Box lead off Saturday’s best deal...

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Adidas and Beyonce to launch gender-neutral collection Adidas will start selling a new collection designed with singer Beyonce on Jan. 18 in a relaunch of her Ivy Park brand that includes shoes, clothes a...

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General election 2019: Why you should think climate change not Brexit Brexit may seem important right now, but whoever wins the election will be in charge halfway to 2030 – a crucial time in efforts to limit dangerous w...

Prince Philip, 98, husband of Queen Elizabeth, taken to hospital as a precaution Britain's Prince Philip, the 98-year-old husband of Queen Elizabeth, was taken to hospital on Friday as a precaution for treatment of an existing con...

Daily on Energy, presented by Renew Biodiesel: EPA’s Andrew Wheeler vs. Democrats on climate change Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

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Man busted for setting fires inside Yeshiva University dorm A “dangerous” arsonist was busted for setting three separate fires inside a dormitory of Manhattan’s Yeshiva University while stude...

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Martin Rees: We will become a new species by expanding beyond Earth Heading into deep space will lead to a new species of human evolving, says the UK Astronomer Royal - and could pave the way to immortals who can conq...

Australian leader curtails holiday as firefighters killed in huge blazes Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison issued a rare public apology as he cut short a Hawaiian vacation on Friday after two volunteer firefighters ...

Pentagon 'departed from the rules' in JEDI bid due to Trump's pressure, Amazon claims It was the president’s repeated attacks on Amazon and its founder, Jeff Bezos, that forced the Pentagon to make these mistakes, the complaint alleges...

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Adidas and Beyonce to launch gender-neutral collection Adidas will start selling a new collection designed with singer Beyonce on Jan. 18 in a relaunch of her Ivy Park brand that includes shoes, clothes a...

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Australian leader curtails holiday as firefighters killed in huge blazes Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison issued a rare public apology as he cut short a Hawaiian vacation on Friday after two volunteer firefighters ...

Pentagon 'departed from the rules' in JEDI bid due to Trump's pressure, Amazon claims It was the president’s repeated attacks on Amazon and its founder, Jeff Bezos, that forced the Pentagon to make these mistakes, the complaint alleges...

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Homo erectus lived recently enough that it may have met Denisovans Homo erectus may have survived in Indonesia until 108,000 years ago – which may have been long enough to meet a second population called the Denisova...

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University professors study whether Petraeus affair was justified because mistress was 'more attractive' than wife Five university professors conducted a study into infidelity by asking students whether they felt more forgiving of retired Gen. David Petraeus condu...

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Revealed: Denka lobbied to undermine science behind ‘likely’ cancer-causing toxin Chemical manufacturer launched aggressive campaign instead of reining in pollution, according to documentsFacing public pressure to rein in its pollu...

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Tolerance key to tackling violent extremism: UN counter-terrorism chief The head of the UN Counter-Terrorism Office (UNOCT) has highlighted the importance of tolerance in combating the “corrosive spread” of violent extrem...

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Pentagon 'departed from the rules' in JEDI bid due to Trump's pressure, Amazon claims It was the president’s repeated attacks on Amazon and its founder, Jeff Bezos, that forced the Pentagon to make these mistakes, the complaint alleges...

Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

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A Coal Baron Funded Climate Denial as His Company Spiraled Into Bankruptcy Robert E. Murray, the former chairman of Murray Energy, gave nearly $1 million to climate denial groups and other organizations seeking to undo envir...

An important opportunity lost as COP25 ends in compromise, but Guterres declares 'we must not give up' Negotiations at the COP25 UN climate conference in Madrid finally ended on Sunday, wrapping up an event which saw much progress made by the private s...

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India plans bio-gas plants to tackle toxic pollution, but experts skeptical India is planning to set up more than 100 bio-gas plants and provide thousands of framers with machines to dispose of crop stubble in a bid to halt t...

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What the newly released Checkra1n jailbreak means for iDevice security Enlarge (credit: @Checkra1n) It has been a week since the release of Checkra1n, the world’s first jailbreak for devices running Apple’s iOS 13. Becau...

Wilkinson ‘wrestling’ with how Frontier oilsands mine would fit into climate commitments The federal environment minister says he's spoken with his Alberta counterpart about how Canada's climate commitments could weigh into his decision a...

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Pentagon 'departed from the rules' in JEDI bid due to Trump's pressure, Amazon claims It was the president’s repeated attacks on Amazon and its founder, Jeff Bezos, that forced the Pentagon to make these mistakes, the complaint alleges...

Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

Two-thirds of voters say Democrats want to impeach Trump more than help Americans In the final impeachment poll released before today’s House vote to condemn President Trump, two-thirds of voters believed Democrats in Congress are ...

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What the newly released Checkra1n jailbreak means for iDevice security Enlarge (credit: @Checkra1n) It has been a week since the release of Checkra1n, the world’s first jailbreak for devices running Apple’s iOS 13. Becau...

Court Rules Obamacare Mandate Unconstitutional The battle for affordable healthcare continues as a federal appeals court has ruled that the law’s individual mandate is unconstitutional but did not...

General election 2019: Why you should think climate change not Brexit Brexit may seem important right now, but whoever wins the election will be in charge halfway to 2030 – a crucial time in efforts to limit dangerous w...

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Daily on Energy, presented by Renew Biodiesel: Clean energy’s big loss on tax breaks Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

Malaria: Focus on pregnant women and children, stresses UN health agency report While more pregnant women and children are being protected against malaria than before, more fast-tracking and greater funding are needed to reinvigo...

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South Sudan: political will needed to form a unified government, on the road to peace Extending the deadline for the establishment of a unity government in South Sudan has helped maintain a ceasefire but also disillusioned many citizen...

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NYC maniac causes mayhem, randomly slugs woman in the face Cops are looking for a maniac who went on a string of violent incidents on the Upper East Side on Monday — including the random slugging of a woman l...

'He needs to go away’: Fight brewing over who will lead top international economic body Paris - A former Mexican diplomat is expected to seek an unprecedented fourth term as head of the top international body monitoring economic policies...

A Coal Baron Funded Climate Denial as His Company Spiraled Into Bankruptcy Robert E. Murray, the former chairman of Murray Energy, gave nearly $1 million to climate denial groups and other organizations seeking to undo envir...

An important opportunity lost as COP25 ends in compromise, but Guterres declares 'we must not give up' Negotiations at the COP25 UN climate conference in Madrid finally ended on Sunday, wrapping up an event which saw much progress made by the private s...

A Coal Baron Funded Climate Denial as His Company Spiraled Into Bankruptcy Robert E. Murray, the former chairman of Murray Energy, gave nearly $1 million to climate denial groups and other organizations seeking to undo envir...

Digital Bootleg Men Indicted in Federal Court If you’re of a certain age you may remember the bootleg man being the staple of many a black barbershop. Typically running a four for $20 deal, he’d ...

Wilkinson ‘wrestling’ with how Frontier oilsands mine would fit into climate commitments The federal environment minister says he's spoken with his Alberta counterpart about how Canada's climate commitments could weigh into his decision a...

India plans bio-gas plants to tackle toxic pollution, but experts skeptical India is planning to set up more than 100 bio-gas plants and provide thousands of framers with machines to dispose of crop stubble in a bid to halt t...

D’oh! Why human beings aren’t as intelligent as we think Human attempts to define intelligence are largely motivated by a desire to prove we have more of it – but a look at the world around us suggests a di...

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Wilkinson ‘wrestling’ with how Frontier oilsands mine would fit into climate commitments The federal environment minister says he's spoken with his Alberta counterpart about how Canada's climate commitments could weigh into his decision a...

General election 2019: Why you should think climate change not Brexit Brexit may seem important right now, but whoever wins the election will be in charge halfway to 2030 – a crucial time in efforts to limit dangerous w...

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Pentagon 'departed from the rules' in JEDI bid due to Trump's pressure, Amazon claims It was the president’s repeated attacks on Amazon and its founder, Jeff Bezos, that forced the Pentagon to make these mistakes, the complaint alleges...

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General election 2019: Why you should think climate change not Brexit Brexit may seem important right now, but whoever wins the election will be in charge halfway to 2030 – a crucial time in efforts to limit dangerous w...

D’oh! Why human beings aren’t as intelligent as we think Human attempts to define intelligence are largely motivated by a desire to prove we have more of it – but a look at the world around us suggests a di...

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Daily on Energy, presented by Renew Biodiesel: Madrid climate talks fall short of expectations despite going into overtime Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

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General election 2019: Why you should think climate change not Brexit Brexit may seem important right now, but whoever wins the election will be in charge halfway to 2030 – a crucial time in efforts to limit dangerous w...

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Tessa Majors was looking to buy weed before her murder, police union president claims Tragic Barnard College freshman Tessa Majors was allegedly in Morningside Park to buy marijuana when she was fatally stabbed by a group of teenage ro...

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Palestine refugee agency chief resigns amidst mismanagement probe The Commissioner-General for the UN relief and works agency serving Palestine refugees, UNRWA, resigned on Wednesday, hours after the UN announced pr...

Daily on Energy, presented by Renew Biodiesel: Coal isn’t king, but the world also has a natural gas emissions problem Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

US pardons for accused war criminals, contrary to international law: UN rights office A presidential pardon for two United States soldiers accused of war crimes, and a sentence reduction for a third, “run against the letter and the spi...

US pardons for accused war criminals, contrary to international law: UN rights office A presidential pardon for two United States soldiers accused of war crimes, and a sentence reduction for a third, “run against the letter and the spi...

US sends Zalmay Khalilzad to resume peace talks with Taliban In his visit to U.S. troops in Afghanistan on Thanksgiving, President Trump announced the United States was talking to the Taliban again in an effort...

South Sudan: UN calls for end to inter-communal clashes, attacks against aid workers Peacekeepers have been sent to the northern Lakes region in South Sudan in a bid to deter further violence between communities there, the UN Mission ...

Could Your Beauty Routine Increase Your Risk of Breast Cancer? A New Study Reveals Permanent Dyes and Straighteners May Pose Dangers When it comes to black women and hair texture, The Glow Up has always maintained that it’s a personal concern—in fact, we launched on the stance that...

Malaria: Focus on pregnant women and children, stresses UN health agency report While more pregnant women and children are being protected against malaria than before, more fast-tracking and greater funding are needed to reinvigo...

South Sudan: UN calls for end to inter-communal clashes, attacks against aid workers Peacekeepers have been sent to the northern Lakes region in South Sudan in a bid to deter further violence between communities there, the UN Mission ...

'Operation Throne Down': Officials arrest 56 'Latin Kings' gang members in early morning sting near Boston More than 650 federal, state, and local law enforcement officers arrested 56 people during a single morning in New England suspected of belonging to ...

Palestine refugee agency chief resigns amidst mismanagement probe The Commissioner-General for the UN relief and works agency serving Palestine refugees, UNRWA, resigned on Wednesday, hours after the UN announced pr...

Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

A record number of people will need help worldwide during 2020: Global Humanitarian Overview A record 168 million people worldwide will need help and protection in crises spanning more than 50 countries in 2020, the UN’s emergency relief chie...

Violence against women a barrier to peaceful future for all Senior officials from across the United Nations on Monday stood in solidarity with survivors of violence against women and activists working to end t...

Malaria: Focus on pregnant women and children, stresses UN health agency report While more pregnant women and children are being protected against malaria than before, more fast-tracking and greater funding are needed to reinvigo...

Florida senator blocks Trump Interior nominee over offshore drilling Florida Republican Senator Marco Rubio has placed a hold on the Senate confirmation of President Donald Trump's pick to become the deputy secretary o...

Solar Energy experts say Nova Scotia could cease coal reliance by 2030 Solar energy expert says Nova Scotia could transition from coal to clean renewable energies like wind and solar by 2030, long before the province pla...

Wednesday’s Daily Brief: 2020 humanitarian plan, malaria latest, greener tourism, people key to SDGs, Fall Armyworm A recap of Wednesday’s stories: A record number of people will need humanitarian aid in 2020; WHO calls for more funding to protect women and childre...

Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

In London, Melania Trump promotes Salvation Army and promises to try mincemeat pie First lady Melania Trump has wowed a group who thought she’d be a bit stiff: school kids in London where she helped with a Salvation Army present wra...

US pardons for accused war criminals, contrary to international law: UN rights office A presidential pardon for two United States soldiers accused of war crimes, and a sentence reduction for a third, “run against the letter and the spi...

Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

Warming Waters, Moving Fish: How Climate Change Is Reshaping Iceland Ocean temperatures are on the rise and warming waters are causing fish to swim for their lives, causing financial disruption and international confli...

Palestine refugee agency chief resigns amidst mismanagement probe The Commissioner-General for the UN relief and works agency serving Palestine refugees, UNRWA, resigned on Wednesday, hours after the UN announced pr...

Daily on Energy, presented by Renew Biodiesel: Coal isn’t king, but the world also has a natural gas emissions problem Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

US pardons for accused war criminals, contrary to international law: UN rights office A presidential pardon for two United States soldiers accused of war crimes, and a sentence reduction for a third, “run against the letter and the spi...

Tuesday’s Daily Brief: climate crisis reports, renewal in Iraq, Zimbabwe’s hunger crisis, Disabilities Day A recap of Tuesday’s stories: New climate change reports on human health and global warming; Zimbabwe’s ‘worst hunger crisis in a decade’; protests a...

George Soros and Charles Koch take on the 'endless wars' Organizers are aiming to seize on what one considers a “once-in-a-generation opportunity” to galvanize growing support on the right and left for a le...

Warming Waters, Moving Fish: How Climate Change Is Reshaping Iceland Ocean temperatures are on the rise and warming waters are causing fish to swim for their lives, causing financial disruption and international confli...

A record number of people will need help worldwide during 2020: Global Humanitarian Overview A record 168 million people worldwide will need help and protection in crises spanning more than 50 countries in 2020, the UN’s emergency relief chie...

Warming Waters, Moving Fish: How Climate Change Is Reshaping Iceland Ocean temperatures are on the rise and warming waters are causing fish to swim for their lives, causing financial disruption and international confli...

'Aladdin' star Mena Massoud: 'I haven't had a single audition since' $1 billion blockbuster "Aladdin" star Mena Massoud thought the live-action remake would open a whole new world for him, but it hasn't so far. His co-stars have fared better...

Federal government to assess supply, demand for minerals in Canada’s economy Natural Resources Canada plans to hire a British firm to provide pricing forecasts and analysis of global supply and demand between 2020 and 2030 for...

'Aladdin' star Mena Massoud: 'I haven't had a single audition since' $1 billion blockbuster "Aladdin" star Mena Massoud thought the live-action remake would open a whole new w