Strong probability that the suspected remains are Brian Laundrie's, attorney says
The apparent human remains that authorities found Wednesday in a Florida park most likely belong to Brian Laundrie, the missing man whose fiancée Gabby Petito was found fatally strangled last month, the Laundrie family attorney told CNN.
Steve Bannon contempt charge vote in the House
The House will vote on the Jan. 6 committee's report recommending Trump ally Steve Bannon be held for criminal contempt of Congress after he defied a subpoena to appear before the panel. Follow here for the latest news.
Construction of contested Hebron compound has begun
The construction of a 31-unit Hebron residential building meant for Jews and two smaller structures has begun, after a district court struck down a Peace Now and Hebron Municipality appeal.
Four-star Romanian general tasked with forming government
Nicolae Ciuca, the country's defence minister and an Iraqi war veteran, now needs to get a nod from Parliament.
Thailand to allow quarantine-free travel from 46 countries, PM says
Thailand will allow visitors from 46 countries vaccinated against Covid-19 to forgo quarantine from next month, up from 10 previously announced, prime minister Prayuth Chan-ocha said on Thursday. The Southeast Asian country is poised to introduce the new quarantine-free travel arrangements on November 1 as it seeks to revive its vital tourism industry.
Celtics Games Are Pulled in China After Enes Kanter’s Pro-Tibet Posts
The Boston center called China’s leader, Xi Jinping, a “brutal dictator” on social media, igniting an online backlash in the country. The N.B.A.’s online partner stopped streaming the team’s games.
Latvia Revokes License of Rebroadcaster of Russia's Channel One
RIGA (Sputnik) - Latvia's National Electronic Mass Media Council has decided to revoke the broadcasting license in the country of the rebroadcaster of Russia's Channel One, the First Baltic Channel, the head of the council, Ivars Abolins, said on Thursday.
Number of active adults in England falls by 1.6 million compared to pre-pandemic levels, report finds
France hails victory as Facebook agrees to pay newspapers for content
Social media firm announces deal after long-running battle with national and regional newspapers France has hailed a victory in its long-running quest for fairer action from global tech companies after Facebook reached an agreement with a group of national and regional newspapers to pay for content shared by its users. Facebook on Thursday announced a licensing agreement with the APIG alliance of French national and regional newspapers, which includes Le Parisien and Ouest-France, as well as ...
French education minister declares war on American 'wokeism'
The French government has declared war on U.S.-imported "wokeism," with French Education Minister Jean-Michel Blanquer warning that the left-wing ideology is what contributed to the rise of former U.S. President Trump.
One man, 37 years: How a solitary sculptor built 'America’s Stonehenge'
Harvey Fite bought a quarry for its bluestone raw materials, then spent nearly 40 years transforming it into a breathtaking work of art.
Who needs COVID boosters? Experts must decide with incomplete data
Scientists are trying to decide who should be eligible for COVID-19 booster shots, but they're missing key data that would help them.
Israel poised to welcome foreign tourists back to country
Israeli leaders have recommended reopening the country to fully vaccinated tourists beginning on Nov. 1
Judge rules Afghan militant has been held in Guantánamo illegally, in what lawyers say is the first such ruling in 10 years
Austin at NATO to discuss China and Afghanistan, as defense ministers reimagine the alliance’s goals
UN experts to Pakistan: Release man charged with blasphemy
Human rights experts working with the United Nations have asked Pakistan to quickly release a Christian man who was detained two years ago on alleged blasphemy charges