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At the United Nations, “multilateralism” is always the goal, however fragmented and complex. Yet so is the quest for a coherent storyline that unites all 193 member states and their ideas.
Kaysera Stops Pretty Places’ death remains unsolved four years after her body was found in a Native American reservation border town.
Prosecutors in Colorado say two Denver-area police officers who put Elijah McClain in a neck hold ignored his pleas that he couldn’t breathe.
More than 15,000 people in Arizona have registered to join a new political party floating a possible bipartisan “unity ticket” against Joe Biden and Donald Trump.
Detroit carmakers are announcing more layoffs that they blame on fallout from the United Auto Workers strike.
The debate over whether a Black high school student in Texas should be serving in-school suspension for wearing twisted dreadlocks to class has intensified as the student’s family and his school district both took legal action.
Donald Trump has begun a fall press in Iowa where he hopes to lock in thousands of Republican caucusgoers in the early-voting state.
A military medical panel has concluded that one of the five 9/11 defendants held at Guantanamo Bay has been rendered delusional and psychotic by the torture he underwent years ago while in CIA custody.
A pair of crossed logs in Zambia may be the oldest evidence of early humans building with wood. That’s according to research published Wednesday in the journal Nature.
Ukraine’s president is accusing Russia of undermining all norms of war and the United Nations Charter. The allegation was aired Wednesday at a meeting of the U.N.
The AFC came into the season with the lion’s share of the top quarterbacks and Super Bowl contenders led by passers like Patrick Mahomes, Josh Allen and Joe Burrow.
House Republicans are using a routine oversight hearing to interrogate Garland about what they claim is the “weaponization” of the Justice Department under President Joe Biden.
An author’s clash with a Georgia school district over a brief mention of a gay person during a presentation highlights the reach of conservatives’ push for what what they call parents’ rights.
A growing number of Americans are finding it difficult to afford insurance on their homes, a problem only expected to worsen because insurers and lawmakers have underestimated the impact of climate change, a new report says.
With time dwindling, Congress faces a Sept. 30 deadline to pass the broader government funding legislation and get a bill to President Joe Biden’s desk to become law.
Officials say a man accused of killing nearly two dozen elderly women and who was convicted in the slayings of two has been killed by his Texas prison cellmate.
A Ukrainian governor says Russia launched a massive drone attack on the western city of Lviv, burning down a warehouse said to house humanitarian supplies and killing one man.
The prime minister of Libyan’s eastern administration says authorities have divided the flood-stricken city of Derna into four sections to create buffers in case of disease outbreaks.
President Joe Biden has made his case before the U.N. General Assembly that the world must remain united in defending Ukraine against Russian aggression.
The classified documents prosecution of Donald Trump would seem, on paper at least, to be the most straightforward of the four criminal cases the former president is facing.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s visit to Washington this week comes at a critical time as Republican leadership in the House and Senate diverge on the best way to get more military and humanitarian aid over the finish line.
Democrats in the Pennsylvania House will keep their one-vote majority after winning a Pittsburgh area seat in a special election.
Throughout the corridors of many state Capitols, families are sharing emotionally gutting stories of tragedy caused by mass school shootings with the hope that revealing their trauma will convince lawmakers on either side of the political aisle to reconsider firearm policies.
T.J. Watt returned a fumble 17 yards for the go-ahead touchdown midway through the fourth quarter as the Pittsburgh Steelers edged the Cleveland Browns 26-22.
Donald Trump is facing political blowback from within his party for his comments about abortion. The former president said on NBC’s “Meet the Press” that the Florida ban on abortions at six weeks of pregnancy signed by Gov.
The United Auto Workers union is preparing to expand its strike against Detroit’s Big Three unless it sees progress in contract negotiations.
Hunter Biden has filed a lawsuit against the Internal Revenue Service. He’s arguing that two agents violated his right to privacy when they publicly aired his tax information as they pressed claims that a federal investigation of Biden had been improperly handled.
British police say they received a sexual assault allegation after media outlets published claims against comedian Russell Brand.
State police say nine teenage boys who escaped from a detention center in Pennsylvania are back in custody.
The commitments were far-reaching and ambitious. Among them: End extreme poverty and hunger. Ensure every child on Earth gets a quality secondary education.
In North Carolina and Wisconsin, Republicans are trying to seize power over elections and redistricting.
The president of the Dominican Republic is defending his decision to close air, sea and land traffic with neighboring Haiti in a dispute over construction of a canal targeting a river that runs through both countries.
Former President Donald Trump repeatedly declined in an interview aired Sunday to answer questions about whether he watched the Capitol riot unfold on television.
Fewer than half of rural hospitals have labor and delivery units and the number keeps dropping. It’s forcing pregnant women to travel longer distances for care or face giving birth in an emergency room.
The United Auto Workers union has made CEO pay a central part of their argument for a big worker wage increase.