Nation/World

  • In the news

    m Carlo Pace, a sergeant with the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Police, said a group of cyclists "were able to pin down a good size lion with its …

  • U.N. call for cease-fire draws third U.S. veto

    UNITED NATIONS -- The United States on Tuesday vetoed an Arab-backed and widely supported U.N. resolution demanding an immediate humanitarian cease-fire in the…

  • Murder charges filed in Chiefs rally gunfire

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Two men charged with murder in last week's shooting after the Kansas City Chiefs' Super Bowl parade were strangers who pulled out guns and …

  • Names and faces

    m The Beatles are getting the big-screen bio-pic treatment in not just one film, but a Fab Four of movies that will give each band member his own spotlight -- …

  • Storm-struck California faces flood risk

    LOS ANGELES -- Much of saturated California faced the threat of flooding Tuesday with winter storms blowing through, but so far the state has escaped the sever…

  • Not quitting GOP primary any time soon, Haley insists

    GREENVILLE, S.C. -- Nikki Haley struck a defiant tone Tuesday as she promised not to leave the Republican primary contest soon and escalated her attacks on fro…

  • S. Korean hospitals hit by medical strike

    SEOUL, South Korea -- South Korean trainee doctors collectively walked off their jobs Tuesday to protest a government push to recruit more medical students, tr…

  • U.S. to sanction Russia over Navalny

    WASHINGTON -- The White House said Tuesday it is preparing additional "major sanctions" on Russia in response to opposition leader Alexei Navalny's death last …

  • Probe of crash keeps Ospreys grounded

    WASHINGTON -- The Air Force Special Operations Command said Tuesday that it knows what failed on its CV-22B Osprey leading to a November crash in Japan that ki…

  • Witness taints case, defense says

    WASHINGTON -- Hunter Biden's lawyers suggested Tuesday that claims made by a former FBI informant charged with fabricating a bribery scheme involving the presi…

  • Ukraine: Russia exploiting aid’s delay

    KYIV, Ukraine -- Delays in weapons deliveries from Western allies to Ukraine are opening a door for Russian battlefield advances, Ukrainian President Volodymyr…

  • Assange extradition fought 1 last time

    LONDON -- Julian Assange's lawyers opened a final U.K. legal challenge Tuesday to stop the WikiLeaks founder from being sent to the United States to face spyin…

  • Law agencies shut down ransomware syndicate

    LONDON -- Law enforcement agencies have infiltrated and disrupted the prolific ransomware syndicate LockBit that has extracted $120 million from thousands of v…