Global Headline News for 11 Feb 2019
The demonstration comes ahead of the president's planned visit to El Paso on Monday.
New Zealand authorities are hoping most of the 3,000 people evacuated from a town threatened by wildfire will be able to return to their homes on Monday evening. Firefighters say …
A look at what each side will be looking for in the talks.
While he has often targeted Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren, President Donald Trump hadn’t publicly commented until Sunday about any of his other potential Democratic challengers in the 2020... election.
President Donald Trump is pushing back against criticisms that a leak of his private schedule suggests he is not working hard.
Thousands of Spaniards joined a right-wing rally in Madrid on Sunday to demand that Socialist Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez step down.
GOP Rep. Walter Jones died on Sunday after serving in Congress and the North Carolina state legislature for 34 years.
They protested at the entrance to a bridge blocked by their nation's military
The top four Democratic and Republican negotiators in the U.S. Congress on border security funding plan to meet on Monday in an attempt to reach a deal that would avert another partial government... shutdown by a Friday deadline.
A mother whose 3-year-old son disappeared from a swap meet in Nevada in 1986 was charged with murdering the toddler, according to reports. Amy Elizabeth Fleming, 60, of Dania Beach, Florida, remained... in custody Monday in Palm Beach County after being booked into the facility last month in connection to the cold case murder of...
"Well, it has been a difficult week," Northam said at the start of his interview with CBS' Gayle King.
The European Union's Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier said on Monday British Prime Minister Theresa should endorse a permanent customs union with the bloc -- as proposed by the opposition Labour party... -- to break the impasse over their looming divorce.
'There's never been such a mass invasion of polar bears'
A government shutdown is less than a week away as congressional negotiators have reached an impasse Sign up to the US briefing and get a new perspective 2.55pm GMT The source who leaked Jeff Bezos's... texts to the National Enquirer was the brother of his mistress, Lauren Sanchez. The Daily Beast reports Michael Sanchez, who has ties to a number of people in Donald Trump's orbit, was the source of the leaked messages. No one who spoke to The Daily Beast implied that Michael Sanchez in any way hacked his sister's phone, and he has not been charged with any crime. In fact, three people familiar with the Bezos-funded probe told The Daily Beast in late January that it had found no evidence of a hack. However, Bezos' investigators have strongly suspected Sanchez was the leaker since at least last...
Forget rain, Seattle this month is among the nation's snowiest cities: More snow has fallen there than in Buffalo, Cleveland and Boston combined.
Toronto Police are investigating a viral video of a woman throwing a chair off a condominium balcony towards a busy downtown Toronto highway. It’s unclear when the footage was taken, but a young... blond woman can be seen picking up what appears to be a folding chair and throwing it over a balcony railing as […]
Trump will speak in El Paso, a border community that has found itself at the center of a divisive national debate over immigration and border security.
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani says the Taliban are welcome to set up a political office in the capital but that his government must be included in any peace talks. In …
As the special counsel probe grinds toward its conclusion, there are growing signs that Mueller will never say anything about his own investigation.
A court in Estonia has found a former military officer and his father guilty of committing treason by spying for Russia. The Baltic News Service reports the court in Tallinn …
The country's powerful military is trying to crush a nonviolent movement for civil rights.
An investigation by two newspapers found more than 700 victims over 20 years
Host Alicia Keys opened the Grammys with a group of powerful women by her side, including a surprise guest: former first lady Michelle Obama.
A man who survived a horrifying shipwreck off Africa last fall is remembering the mental strength it took to stay alive for over 40 hours inside the ship's hull, as other passengers drowned near him.
Ousted prime minister seeking to reinvent himself as man of the people, with first fund-linked trial due on Tuesday.