BEIJING (AP) - A veteran BBC correspondent whose coverage angered China has left the country amid concerns for his safety, the BBC and a journalist organization said.
Hundreds of migrant teens will soon get in-person schooling in San Diego, California, after having recently arrived at the United States-Mexico border even as American schoolchildren in the state are still shut out of the classroom.
LONDON (AP) - A UK police watchdog said Tuesday that officers didn't behave "in a heavy-handed manner" when they broke up a vigil for a London woman whose killing sparked an outcry about women's safety.
MADRID (AP) - In Madrid, the real party starts at 11 p.m. after the bars close -- and curfew kicks in.
CAIRO (AP) - At least 480 migrants were intercepted off Libya by local coast guard forces over the weekend, according to the United Nations' migration agency.
A professor of gender studies at the University of Rhode Island (URI) has sparked a firestorm over her recent assertion the left has fallen into a state of “trans-sex fantasy,” a world governed by the belief one can change one’s sex and in which “real children are becoming actual victims.
BERLIN (AP) - Authorities in Berlin and Munich are again suspending the use of AstraZeneca's coronavirus vaccine for residents under age 60 due to new reports of unusual blood clots in people who recently received the shots, officials said Tuesday.
On Monday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “Rachel Maddow Show,” CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky stated that CDC data released earlier in the day “suggests that vaccinated people do not carry the virus, don’t get sick, and that it’s not just in
The Maine Republican Party voted against censure of Sen. Susan Collins for her vote to impeach former President Donald Trump.
BERLIN (AP) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel has blamed her country's difficulties during the coronavirus pandemic - from the slow vaccine rollout to the back-and-forth over lockdown rules - on "a tendency toward perfectionism" and called for greater flexibility to tackle the latest surge in
LONDON (AP) -- It's being dubbed Happy Monday. England is embarking on a major easing of its latest coronavirus lockdown that came into force at the start of the year, with families and friends able to meet up in outdoor spaces and many sports permitted once again.
PARIS (AP) -- The number of patients in intensive care in France is fast approaching the worst point of the country's last coronavirus surge in the autumn of 2020, another indicator of how a renewed crush of infections is bearing down on French hospitals.
Scarlett Johansson says that giving political opinions is not an actor's job, shortly before stating President Joe Biden's Electoral College victory "felt like the end of a war.
During the 52nd annual NAACP Image Awards on Saturday, host Anthony Anderson praised President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris, claiming they "can truly make America great again.
BERLIN (AP) — A leading figure in Chancellor Angela Merkel’s center-right Union bloc has warned that there’s a growing “mood for change” in Germany, as surveys show voters losing faith in the long-time leader’s party six months before a national election.
Twitter can be a career derailing temptation, and Biden appointees keep biting into that dopamine apple.
Experimenting with cutting back one workday per week is about to go nationwide in Spain — the first country in Europe to do so. A three-year pilot project will be using 50 million euros ($59 million) from the European Union’s massive coronavirus recovery fund to compensate some 200 mid-size
Del Rio Sector Border Patrol agents arrested three previously deported sex offenders who illegally re-entered the U.S. The deported sex offenders entered Texas within three hours of each other on March 25.
Federal authorities in Mexico detained 81 Central American migrants who had entered their country illegally. The group told officials they were headed for the U.S. border. Authorities described 44 of the 81 migrants as being underage.
Following appeals from concerned service members, the Interior Ministry has proposed new legislation that would give these animals an official status, and paid retirement to help cover the often costly care bills their new owners face.
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