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China's leader Xi Jinping is visiting in his first trip outside the mainland since the start of the pandemic.
Russian forces committed a "clear war crime" when they bombed a theater in Mariupol where hundreds of civilians were sheltering, Amnesty International says.
In a new post, online conspiracy theorist QAnon targets former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson. CNN's Donie O'Sullivan explains what it means now that the account is back active.
Boris Johnson and Antony Blinken point to dismantling of democratic rights as well as crackdowns on independent media and personal freedoms 25th anniversary of the handover of Hong Kong - in pictures... We were too lenient on pro-democracy politicians, says Regina Ip The 'unofficials' who advised Britain on the handover - and were ignored UK and US leaders have criticised China's erosion of freedoms and rights in Hong Kong, as the territory marks 25 years since its handover from Britain. After Xi Jinping began his first visit to the city since 2017, British prime minister Boris Johnson and US secretary of state Antony Blinken said Beijing had failed to respect the "one country, two systems" arrangement agreed under the deal that ended British colonial rule in 1997.
North Korea says it has identified the source of its COVID-19 outbreak - citizens touching "alien things" near the border with South Korea.
Gov. Hochul called the Legislature back to Albany for an "extraordinary session" in order to respond to last week's U.S. Supreme Court ruling striking down a 100-year-old New York law limiting who can... carry a concealed handgun in public.
Former U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales said he thinks Trump and his allies are "very concerned and very nervous right now."
The former president's political organization and allies have paid for or promised to cover legal fees for witnesses, as the House inquiry suggests he is trying to influence testimony.
A woman was gored by a bull bison at Yellowstone National Park, making her the second person this week attacked by a bison.
The boy's body was found early Thursday morning in a pool at the Summit Grove Campground in New Freedom.
Move comes in response to supreme court ruling that gutted state's century-old handgun licensing law Lawmakers in New York have begun a special legislative session with the intent of limiting the... proliferation of firearms in public, after the US supreme court gutted a century-old state handgun licensing law. The conservative-dominated court decided ordinary citizens had a right to arm themselves in public for self-defense, something New York had limited mostly to people working in law enforcement or security.
Northamptonshire Police said it had received 'credible intelligence' that a group of activists are planning to target the Formula 1 event.
ECB plans first interest rate rise in 11 years as food prices increase and Putin's invasion drives up energy costs Inflation across the eurozone has soared to a fresh record of 8.6% in June as... Russia's war in Ukraine adds to the cost of living crisis. Figures from the EU statistics agency Eurostat showed consumer price inflation increased from 8.1% in May, reaching the highest level since relevant records began in 1997, two years before the euro was launched.
Republican vice-chair of January 6 committee, trailing in primary, challenges Harriet Hageman to say 2020 election was not stolen Down in the polls and facing losing her seat in Congress over her... opposition to Donald Trump and membership of the House January 6 committee, Liz Cheney came out swinging in a Republican debate in Wyoming. "The truth matters," she said in Sheridan on Thursday night, targeting Harriet Hageman, the candidate endorsed by Trump, and challenging her to say the 2020 election was not stolen.
Bulgarian Ruja Ignatova allegedly defrauded investors out of $4bn with fake cryptocurrency scam A woman known as the "Cryptoqueen" who is accused of defrauding investors out of $4bn (£3.3bn) by... selling a fake cryptocurrency has been placed on the FBI's list of its 10 most-wanted fugitives. The story of Ruja Ignatova became came to prominence in 2019 via the BBC's The Missing Cryptoqueen podcast, which detailed her alleged role in a crypto scam called OneCoin. The FBI is offering a reward of up to $100,000 for information leading to the arrest of Bulgarian-born Ignatova, who disappeared in 2017.
A Florida circuit court judge has ruled a lawsuit filed by Gabby Petito's parents against Brian Laundrie's parents can move forward.
Boris Johnson blamed Russia's war in Ukraine on "toxic masculinity" just days after Vladimir Putin defended his penchant for bare-chested photographs.
The alleged masterminds of an extremist plot to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and start a civil war ahead of the 2020 election will be retried.
A New Jersey man who shot and killed four family members with a semi-automatic rifle in a New Year's Eve massacre was sentenced to 150 years in prison.
The value of Charles's Duchy of Cornwall estate soared to a record £1.2billion on the back of a jump of nearly £93million on the previous financial year - up just over 15 per cent.
A photo exhibition captures what's different and what's stayed the same in a century of teenage life.
Freedom of Information responses suggest the amount of hardship money doubled last year.
Cops said eight adults and one juvenile were struck by gunfire on Clinton Place, about two miles west of Newark airport.
Russia has pulled back its forces from a Black Sea island where they have faced relentless Ukrainian attacks, but is keeping up its push to encircle the last bulwark of Ukraine's resistance in the... eastern province of Luhansk.
Montreal police say a woman is in critical condition after being struck by a vehicle Thursday afternoon.