Tropical Storm Isaias was set to regain hurricane strength Monday before slamming into the US eastern seaboard, bringing life-threatening storm surges to North and South Carolina.
Democratic candidate says US president is trying to distract from pandemic failures
Murad, whose mother and six brothers were killed by Islamic State fighters, told a U.N. commemoration of the Aug. 3, 2014 massacre in Iraq's Sinjar region that the Yazidis feel "abandoned" by the international community.
The question of whether ancient life could have existed on Mars centres on the water that once flowed there, but new research published Monday suggests that many of the Red Planet's valleys were...
The United States on Monday said it welcomes India's new policy which allows foreign universities to establish campuses in India and Indian universities to do the same overseas.
The study's findings also provide an answer to a key question of how the planet's valleys formed 3.8 billion years ago, despite the sun being weaker and Mars being at a greater distance from the sun than Earth.
Israeli fighter jets, attack helicopters and other warplanes late Monday struck Syrian military targets in southern Syria, a day after thwarting an attack in the Golan Heights, the Israeli army said.
The plan imposed by Louis DeJoy, a Republican fundraiser who took over the top job at the Postal Service in June, eliminates overtime for hundreds of thousands of postal workers and orders that mail be kept until the next day if postal distributio...
The turnaround came after Trump Friday he said he was planning to ban the Chinese-owned video app's U.S. operations as soon as Saturday after dismissing a possible sale to Microsoft.
Dozens of mostly young Thais wearing striped "Harry Potter" scarves rallied Monday against the government, vowing to "cast a spell" for democracy as the nascent movement grows increasingly bold in...
Last month's figure was 17% up on the figure registered in the previous month.
Ukraine exported 2.52 million tonnes of grain from July 1 to August 3, 2020.
Russia said Monday it aims to launch mass production of a coronavirus vaccine next month and turn out "several million" doses per month by next year.
Spain's former king Juan Carlos, who is facing investigation at home and abroad for corruption, announced Monday that he will go into exile.
Trump’s lawyers last month said the grand jury subpoena for the tax returns was issued in bad faith and amounted to harassment of the president.
General Motors is asking a federal judge to reconsider his dismissal of a lawsuit against Fiat Chrysler based on new allegations that FCA bribed union and GM officials with millions stashed in secret foreign bank accounts.
There had been up to 16-18 attacks per day before the recent ceasefire.
Norway stops all such vessels with more than 100 on board coming ashore after outbreak
Small farms inhabit some of the most at-risk landscapes, including hillsides, deserts and floodplains
They are facing a fine or deportation; criminal cases may be opened against them.
Juan Carlos had abdicated in favour of his son Felipe six years ago following scandals
British High Commissioner to India Sir Philip Barton has been promoted as a minister in the newly formed Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office.
Call for EU to stall aid due to media curtailment, court interference and LGBT rights
President Donald Trump said Monday that Chinese-owned hugely popular video-sharing app TikTok will be "out of business" in the United States if not sold to a US firm by September 15.
Heated dispute erupts over Andreas Kalbitz expulsion for membership non-disclosure