Peruvian President Pedro Castillo was ousted from power Wednesday and arrested hours after he moved to dissolve the country’s ...
The Supreme Court is considering a North Carolina redistricting case that could have far-reaching implications for voting ...
In labor news, over 1,100 New York Times writers and other employees are on a 24-hour walkout to demand the newspaper bargain ...
In Peru, President Pedro Castillo was impeached and arrested Wednesday after he attempted to dissolve Congress and install an ...
In Iraq, two people were killed and at least 16 others wounded after soldiers opened fire with live ammunition on a crowd of ...
Ukraine’s government says Russian artillery fire killed 10 people and wounded many others Wednesday in the eastern Donetsk ...
It is my honor to utter the four most powerful words ever spoken in a democracy: The people have spoken,” Senator Raphael ...
In the occupied West Bank, Israeli forces shot and killed three Palestinians during an early-morning raid on the city of ...
Iran’s government has announced the first execution of a protester who was sentenced to die for joining anti-government ...
The Supreme Court heard arguments Wednesday in Moore v. Harper, a case with far-reaching implications for voting rights.
Pentagon Papers whistleblower Daniel Ellsberg has revealed he was in possession of confidential documents containing evidence ...
In Saudi Arabia, Chinese President Xi Jinping received a lavish welcome from Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman Wednesday as Xi ...