Biden to meet Kishida amid differences on US Steel deal

Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida begins a much-anticipated visit to Washington today aiming to spotlight shared concerns about assertive Chinese military action in the Pacific and

Broken record: March is 10th straight hottest month on record, scientists say

For the 10th consecutive month, Earth in March set a new monthly record for global heat — with both air temperatures and the world’s oceans hitting an all-time

Israel army is pulling troops from southern Gaza

Israel’s military announced yesterday it had withdrawn its forces from the southern Gaza city of Khan Younis, wrapping up a key phase in its ground offensive

Brazil Supreme Court orders investigation of Musk

A  crusading Brazilian Supreme Court justice included Elon Musk as a target in an ongoing investigation over the dissemination of fake news and opened a separate

Huge crowds await a total solar eclipse in North America

Millions of spectators along a narrow corridor stretching from Mexico to the U.S. to Canada eagerly awaited today’s celestial sensation — a total eclipse of the sun —

Rwandans commemorate 30 years since the genocide whose legacy still scars the small country

Rwandans are commemorating 30 years since the genocide in which an estimated 800,000 people were killed by government-backed extremists, shattering the small East African country that

Dutch police detained activist Greta Thunberg at a climate demonstration in The Hague

Climate activist Greta Thunberg was among dozens of people detained during the weekend by police in The Hague as they removed protesters who were partially blocking a road

Family and friends recall dedication of World Central Kitchen killed

Israeli airstrikes that killed seven aid workers in Gaza reverberated around the world this week, as friends and relatives mourned the losses of those who were delivering

Portugal’s new minority government aims to outmaneuver populist rivals

Portugal’s new center-right minority government took office yesterday , days after its first test in parliament exposed both the pitfalls and

Inflation has slid again in Europe. What that means for interest rates

The inflation that has squeezed European shoppers fell more than expected in March to 2.4%, as cost spikes in the grocery aisle eased and overall price rises headed down

James Taylor on his tour, the possibility of new music and his legacy

He’s gone to Carolina in his mind and on tour for much of 2024. Not long after his 76th birthday, James Taylor & His All-Star

Cargo ship had engine maintenance in port before it collided with Baltimore bridge, officials say

The cargo ship that lost power and crashed into a bridge in Baltimore underwent “routine engine maintenance” in port beforehand, the U.S. Coast Guard said yesterday

A $15 toll to drive into part of Manhattan has been approved – a first for US cities

New York is on track to become the first U.S. city with congestion tolls on drivers entering its central business district after transit officials approved a $15

Dethroned crypto king Sam Bankman-Fried to be sentenced for defrauding FTX investors

Former crypto mogul Sam Bankman-Fried, facing the potential of decades in prison, waited to hear his fate today as a sentencing proceeding began in a New York court

Who is Nicole Shanahan, the philanthropist picked by Robert F. Kennedy Jr. as running mate?

Nicole Shanahan, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. ‘s pick to be his running mate in his independent bid for president, brings youth and considerable wealth to Kennedy’s long-shot

Presidents of France and Brazil meet and announce a $1.1b investment plan for the Amazon

The Brazilian and the French presidents yesterday announced a plan to invest 1 billion euros ($1.1 billion) in the Amazon, including parts of the rainforest

Someone in New Jersey won the $1.13 billion Mega Millions jackpot

Someone in New Jersey overcame the odds Tuesday night (yesterday, Macau time) and won the $1.13 billion Mega Millions jackpot, breaking a winless streak that dated to last December.

Israel and Hamas dig in as international pressure builds for a cease-fire

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu yesterday vowed to press ahead with Israel’s offensive and blasted a U.N. Security Council resolution calling for a pause in the fighting,

Poland demands explanation from Russia after missile enters its airspace

Poland demanded an explanation from Russia yesterday after one of its missiles strayed briefly into Polish airspace during a major missile attack on Ukraine, prompting the

Ireland poised to have its youngest-ever premier, Simon Harris

Ireland is poised to get its youngest-ever premier next month after Simon Harris secured the leadership of the Fine Gael party on Sunday , replacing Leo

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