Most Recent

From rebel to strongman: How Daniel Ortega became the thing he fought against

The Nicaraguan president’s one constant has been his disdain for America.

Save
Italy's Atlantia publishes highway concession documents after Genoa bridge collapse

Italy’s toll-road operator Autostrade per l’Italia on Monday published on its website all the documents related to the agreement with Italy’s Transport Ministry for the management of over 3,000 kilometers of the country’s highways.

Save
Britain says 'appalling' violations against Rohingya must be punished

Those responsible for mass killings and gang rapes of Muslim Rohingya must not escape punishment, Britain’s Foreign Ministry said on Monday after a damning United Nations report on atrocities in Myanmar.

Save
Canada appeals for German backing amid Saudi rights row

The foreign minister of Canada, which is embroiled in a diplomatic row with Saudi Arabia, called for German support on Monday in Ottawa’s campaign to promote human rights around the world.

Save
Billie Jean King Tells French Open Officials To Stop ‘Policing Women’s Bodies’

Tennis legend calls French Open dictates about Serena Williams’ clothing disrespectful.

Save
John Oliver Corrects The Record: MySpace Is Not Back

Statements about Alaska, trains and Grover were false, too.

Save
Sen. McCain Told The White House That Trump Was Not Invited

The late senator will lie in state at the Arizona Capitol and in Capitol Rotunda in Washington D.C.

Save
Read The Harrowing Tweets Jacksonville Shooting Victim Sent From The Scene

“I will never take anything for granted ever again,” wounded gamer Drini Gjoka wrote.

Save
Myanmar Military Chiefs Should Be Prosecuted For Genocide, UN Team Says

The team compiled accounts of crimes including gang rape, the torching of hundreds of villages and killings of children.

Save