More than 2,000 settlements in central and southern Ukraine faced power cuts on Monday after a severe snowstorm lashed the region, injuring at least 13 people and forcing authorities to close schools and 14 motorways.
The United Nations ambassadors of the United States and North Korea sparred at the Security Council on Monday over Pyongyang's first spy satellite launch and the reasons for growing tensions in a rare, direct, public exchange between the adversaries.
The suspect in the shooting in Vermont of three college students of Palestinian descent over the weekend pleaded not guilty to three counts of attempted second-degree murder on Monday and was ordered by a judge to be held without bond.
Arab states and the European Union agreed at a meeting in Spain on Monday that a two-state solution was the answer to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, with EU foreign affairs chief Josep Borrell saying the Palestinian Authority should rule Gaza.
Nang punitin ni Andres Bonifacio at kaniyang mga kasamahan ang sedula bilang simbulo ng paglaban sa mga Kastila noong 1896 sa Pugaw Lawin, isang watawat ng KKK ang iwinagayway dito at hanggang ngayon ay buo pa rin at makikita sa isang museo sa Batangas...
Gazans desperate for an end to their suffering said on Monday they wanted the truce to be extended, while Israelis were divided between those who wanted an extension so all hostages could come home and others worried about giving in to Hamas demands.
Britain said it would ban 20 additional dangerous drugs on Monday, adding fifteen new synthetic opioids and other substances to its Class A drugs list as part of efforts to protect people from overdoses and drug related deaths.
Four officers of the Cordillera People"s Alliance (CPA) on Thursday filed a petition before a Baguio court to challenge their designation as terrorists, according to the National Union of Peoples" Lawyers (NUPL).
One was reported dead while 721,627 people or 180, 788 families were affected by the combined effects of shear line and low pressure area, the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) said on Thursday.
North Korea said it would send stronger armed forces and new weapons at its border with South Korea, state media reported, after Seoul suspended part of a 2018 military agreement between the two Koreas in protest of Pyongyang's launch of a spy satellite.
The release of hostages under a temporary truce between Israel and Hamas militants will not happen before Friday, Israel's national security adviser said on Wednesday night. Israel and Hamas agreed early on Wednesday to a ceasefire in Gaza for at least...
A vehicle exploded on Wednesday at the Rainbow Bridge connecting the United States and Canada at Niagara Falls prompting authorities to close all four border crossings between western New York and Canada, U.S. and Canadian officials said.
North Korea said it successfully placed its first spy satellite in orbit on Tuesday and vowed to launch more in the near future, defying international condemnation from the United States and its allies.
A U.S. appeals court on Tuesday declared that Maryland's licensing requirements for people seeking to buy handguns were unconstitutional, citing a landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision last year that expanded gun rights.
The leader of Hamas said on Tuesday a truce with Israel was close and Israel's prime minister said he hoped for good news soon about hostages, the most optimistic signs so far of a deal to pause the devastating war in Gaza and free captives.
The court has denied government prosecutors" bid to include transcripts of Senate inquiries into the anti-dengue Dengvaxia vaccine, as well as FDA issuances, as evidence via judicial notice in connection with the reckless imprudence resulting to homici...