Instead of contributing to smog by burning stubble, farmers are learning that waste products can be turned into profitDeep breath. Autumn in India is smog season, the worst time of year for some of the world’s most polluted cities.There’s a reason for thi...
Australia’s prime minister is open to the idea but says he remains committed to a two-state solution. Here are six key questions answeredAustralian prime minister Scott Morrison has raised the possibility of moving Australia’s embassy in Israel from Tel A...
Vital meetings are being held on both sides of the Channel today which could help decide if a Brexit deal can be reached in the next few weeks.
A Saudi team investigating the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi has left the Saudi consulate building in Istanbul, a Reuters witness said on Tuesday.
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US Senator Elizabeth Warren, a potential 2020 Democratic presidential contender, has released DNA test results confirming her Native American ancestry.
Quarterback Rodgers was 25-for-46 passing for 425 yards and two touchdowns, both of which went to Davante Adams
According to court documents, O’Brien was convicted on two counts of fraud.
The naked man who jumped into a massive fish tank in downtown Toronto on Friday and performed the breaststroke just inches from deadly sharks is reportedly wanted in connection to an earlier violent assault in the city, the CBC reported, citing police.
A Los Angeles city councilman raised a few eyebrows last week after announcing his departure from office the day after hosting an $800 per person fundraiser.
Tensions are high amid allegations of voter suppression in Georgia as the neck-and-neck race for governor nears. CNN's Kaylee Hartung has the details.
The US has increased its military support for Ukraine, which sends a message to Moscow. CNN's Matthew Chance reports.