A new bill would allow fresh sanctions against Russia and curb President Trump's powers to lift them.
They were among 38 people found inside the back of a trailer, many suffering from dehydration.
William and Harry speak candidly for a documentary marking the 20th anniversary of her death.
Prince William and Harry open up about their mother, Princess Diana, in a documentary commemorating the 20th anniversary of her death.
It remains unclear if metal detectors that have sparked protests will be removed.
One of the suicide bombers who attacked an Afghan security outpost this week was the son of Mawlawi Haibatullah Akhundzada, the Taliban’s supreme leader, officials with the movement said.
The International Herold Tribune - Asia & Pacific
About half of Ethiopia’s youth are thought to chew khat, a psychotropic leaf. Officials consider such widespread use of the drug, blamed on a lack of work, “a huge problem” for the country’s future.
More than 100 people have been tortured by Cameroon’s security forces after being accused of having links to the extremist group Boko Haram, the human rights group reported.
The lion was shot in Zimbabwe during what a researcher said was a legal hunt, two years after Cecil was killed by an American dentist.
A new experiment showed a simple way to save endangered chimpanzees in Uganda and slow the rate of global warming and carbon dioxide emissions.
International Herold Tribune - Africa & Middle East
Republicans came into power with an ambitious agenda on health care and other issues but their agenda has stalled amid intra-party differences.
Sen. Bernie Sanders is getting asked a lot about a 2010 land deal involving a Vermont college run by his wife, Jane. Why? It's under federal investigation.
A security guard at a Walmart in the city received a tipoff from an unknown individual that the truck was full of migrants.
Everybody has a favorite curse word, and sadly, they may be using it in web chats with customer service representatives.
An astronaut's helmet was flooding with water. Lucky for him, his crewmate Karen Nyberg was there to help.
The administration said changes made to the measure, which will curtail the president’s authority to lift sanctions, had satisfied earlier concerns.
White House officials acknowledge that the president would all but have to sign legislation punishing Russia for its election interference.
The president also attacked the media and Hillary Clinton in a series of early-morning tweets.
A document from Kenneth Starr’s investigation into President Bill Clinton rejected the view that sitting presidents are immune from being indicted.
Here’s what you need to know about the week’s top stories.
The New York Times
Developers are close to creating robots that can move products off shelves and into boxes, a breakthrough that would revolutionize one of the most labor-intensive aspects of e-commerce.
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