The New Hampshire presidential primary: Our politics team is tracking the polls, the color, and the results of the latest…
Ten were killed and dozens injured in a head-on collision, a Chinese New Year celebration turned violent, voters cast their ballots for presidential candidates, and more.
Europe’s refugee crisis: Greece’s defense minister is seeking a deal with Turkey that would allow European Union border-control officers to…
Dozens of people drowned while trying to reach Greece, President Obama asked for federal funds to fight the virus, Americans reflected on last night’s spectacle, and more.
The Denver Broncos, led by quarterback Peyton Manning, triumphed over the Carolina Panthers.
Dozens of people were trapped in the rubble of an apartment building that collapsed after a powerful earthquake this weekend.
How Zika spreads: Brazil reported that two people have contracted the mosquito-borne virus through blood transfusions, the AP reports, a…
Nations pledged billions of dollars in aid for refugees, a controversial pharmaceutical exec smirked in front of lawmakers, it got harder for officials to claim ignorance about toxic chemicals, and more.
The German city has stepped up security measures for a five-day festival after hundreds of women reported being assaulted there on New Year’s Eve.
Syrian peace talks: They’re on hold for now. After two days of negotiations between the Syrian government and the opposition…
Countries plotted their responses to the virus, refugees lost a legal challenge, the president visited a U.S. mosque for the first time in his tenure, and more.
Conservationists have released video of the only known jaguar living in the country.
Remember books? Amazon is planning to open as many as 400 bookstores, The Wall Street Journal reports—a big change…
The virus was transmitted inside the U.S. for the first time, the feds waded into Michigan’s water crisis, caucus fever subsided, and more.
The first case of the virus transmitted in the country has been confirmed in Texas.
The country marked the end of an era under military rule, the global response to the virus grew, voters prepared to kick off the U.S. presidential primary season, and more.
The country swore in hundreds of lawmakers Monday in its first freely elected parliament.
President Obama announced new executive actions, taxi drivers rallied against their Uber counterparts, U.S. companies helped a beleaguered Michigan town, and more.
Protests in France: Traffic in a number of French cities slowed to a crawl Tuesday as taxi drivers protested Uber…
The president has announced new measures to reduce the use of restrictive housing in federal prisons.