See how Fox News hosts covered President Trump's tax returns
Fox News took a visibly different approach in covering the explosive report from The New York Times that revealed President Trump paid no federal income taxes in 10 out of 15 years beginning in 2000.
Chinese kindergarten teacher sentenced to death for poisoning 25 students with nitrite-laced porridge
Mars might have salty ponds next to its underground lake, raising the possibility of Martian life
Two years ago, scientists detected what looked like a salty lake under the surface of Mars' southern ice cap.
The US President has written off formal preparations and hopes his brawling instincts will carry him through
Chadwick Boseman gave Sienna Miller part of his salary to increase her pay on movie, she reveals
Chadwick Boseman took a salary cut so Sienna Miller's pay could be increased on the film 21 Bridges, she has revealed.
French police clear migrant camp at launch point for Britain
About 700 people moved from Calais camp where thousands have sought to cross Channel French police have dismantled a migrant camp in the northern port of Calais from where thousands of people have sought to cross the Channel to reach British shores. A police source told Reuters the operation began shortly before sunrise on Tuesday. The makeshift camp was home to about 700 migrants. Continue rea...
United Arab Emirates to launch spacecraft to moon in 2024
Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, who is also the ruler of Dubai, made the announcement on Twitter on Tuesday. Sheikh Mohammed's announcement comes after the launch of a Mars probe earlier this year by the UAE, an oil-rich nation on the Arabian Peninsula.
China objects to Ladakh status, Indian border activities
China says India’s designation of the region along their disputed border as a union territory was an illegal move, and voiced new objections to infrastructure construction that seems to strengthen India’s position in the area
Top Emirati official writes on Twitter that United Arab Emirates plans to send unmanned spacecraft to the moon in 2024
Japan's NTT Corp to spend $38 billion to buy out, take private its mobile unit NTT DoCoMo as it restructures for 5G era
One million COVID-19 deaths 'a very sad milestone', but virus suppressable: WHO
The World Health Organization (WHO) said on Tuesday that one million deaths from COVID-19 was "a very sad milestone", after many victims suffered "a terribly difficult and lonely death" and their families were unable to say goodbye.
South Korea says slain man tried to defect to North Korea
South Korea said Tuesday that a government official slain by North Korean sailors wanted to defect, concluding that the man, who had gambling debts, swam against unfavorable currents with the help of a life jacket and a floatation device and conveyed his intention of resettling in North Korea.
UAE to launch spacecraft to moon in 2024, tweets PM
Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum says his country plans to send an unmanned Emirati-made lunar rover to the moon.
Carlos Ghosn launches initiative to help his native Lebanon
Former Nissan Motor Co. Chairman Carlos Ghosn has made a new public appearance in Lebanon during which he launched an initiative with a local university to help the country that is undergoing a severe economic and financial crisis
Lebanon's economy is going to pot — in a good way, it hopes
Lebanon has legalized marijuana farming — already a thriving illicit industry — in hopes of giving a boost to its foundering economy.
Czechs protest against quarantine measures and masks
by Irina Nikolaeva | Prague Daily Monitor This Sunday, almost four hundred people protested in Prague against the strict measures adopted by the government. They were opposing the rule which requires everybody to wear a mask indoors in all public spaces. The protest was organized by the Civil Dissatisfaction Movement (Hnutí občanské nespokojenosti) at Palackého Square. read more
Turkey Ready to Support Azerbaijan in Negotiations With Armenia and in Combat, Foreign Minister Says
Armenia Says Nagorno-Karabakh Military Downed Two Azerbaijani Helicopters - Video
Both sides have reported numerous clashes in the past few days, accusing each other of aggression. At the same time, the Armenian and Azerbaijani militaries have posted multiple videos of operations and strikes against each other.