New research says the contamination of fruits and vegetables produced in the European Union by some of the most toxic pesticides has substantially increased over the past decade
NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg says the war in Ukraine is providing proof that doing business with authoritarians in Russia or China poses risks for Western security
The Georgia governor's Republican primary is Tuesday’s main event in a critical state that will be closely watched this midterm year and well beyond
Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez says he believes Sweden and Finland will succeed in joining NATO despite Turkey’s objections to their membership
Iranian media say the death toll from the collapse of a commercial building still under construction in southwestern Iran has reached 11, after more bodies were retrieved from the rubble in the city of Abadan
Airbnb Inc. says it will stop representing short-term rental properties in China and focus its business in the country on serving Chinese tourists looking for lodgings abroad
South Africa’s neutral stance on Russia’s war in Ukraine will be a major topic of conversation as German Chancellor Olaf Scholz meets Tuesday with South African President Cyril Ramaphosa, to end his three-nation tour of Africa
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen says Russia can be reintegrated into the orbit of European nations if it finds its way back to “democracy, the rule of law, the respect for the international rules-based order.”
Young Thug's artistry, which made him distinctive in the rap world, is on trial in a sweeping indictment that sparked a debate about artistic freedom in rap music.
World Health Organization director-general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus is expected to be confirmed by the U.N. health agency’s member countries for a second five-year term
Government and corporate leaders at the World Economic Forum are debating whether oil and gas companies can or should be part of the future transition to renewable energies such as wind and solar
Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Sherman were together for a meeting with Saudi Arabia’s deputy minister of defense in Washington, D.C., on Saturday.
Across Britain, food banks and community food hubs that helped struggling families, older people and the homeless during the pandemic are now seeing soaring demand
Asian shares are trading lower as worries over inflation temper optimism over President Joe Biden’s remark that he was considering reducing U.S. tariffs on Chinese imports
China is trying to navigate its biggest coronavirus outbreak without a tool it could have adopted many months ago, the kind of vaccines that have proven to offer the best protection against the worst outcomes from COVID-19
Americans are becoming less supportive of punishing Russia for launching its invasion of Ukraine if it comes at the expense of the U.S. economy, a sign of rising anxiety over inflation and other challenges
From an imprisoned Ukranian journalist to a high school activist in Florida, PEN America paid tribute Monday night to democracy and free expression and warned about the dangers faced in the U.S. and abroad
A CDC report found births in the United States rose for the first time in seven years, suggesting births may be rebounding from the decline seen during the pandemic.
A veteran Russian diplomat to the U.N. Office at Geneva says he handed in his resignation before sending out a scathing letter to foreign colleagues inveighing against the “aggressive war unleashed” by President Vladimir Putin in Ukraine
Sri Lanka received a first shipment of a $16 million humanitarian aid package from neighboring India to help mitigate severe shortages caused by the country’s devastating economic crisis
Trevor Reed told ABC News he will advocate that the U.S. government negotiate a prisoner swap for Americans Paul Whelan, a former Marine, and WNBA player Brittney Griner.
Yemen’s Houthi rebels say three people were killed in the country’s capital when a drone aircraft crashed in a neighborhood after being shot down
A hand surgeon has testified that Johnny Depp could not have lost the tip of his middle finger the way he told jurors it happened in his civil lawsuit against ex-wife Amber Heard
Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry, also the incoming president of the next Conference of the Parties to be held in Egypt, says the focus will be on making sure countries implement their climate pledges
A leading World Health Organization adviser says the unprecedented outbreak of monkeypox in developed countries is “a random event” that might be explained by sexual behavior at two recent raves in Europe
Americans’ financial health reached its highest level in nearly a decade last year, the Federal Reserve said Monday, spurred by a strong job market and government support payments
The head of the U.N.’s World Food Program is telling billionaires it’s “time to step up” as the global threat of food insecurity rises because of Russia’s war in Ukraine
An abortion clinic serving women from all over the U.S. South had its license suspended this weekend under an emergency order from Florida health officials after two women who had undergone procedures at the clinic were hospitalized this year
Major indexes are opening broadly higher on Wall Street Monday following seven weeks of declines that nearly ended the bull market that began in March 2020
U.S. President Joe Biden has met with families of Japanese citizens abducted by North Korea decades ago to show his support for their efforts to win the return of their loved ones
The head of the International Energy Agency is urging countries and investors not to use Russia’s invasion of Ukraine as a reason to increase fossil fuel investments
A French government spokeswoman says there will be “zero tolerance” for sexual misconduct by members of French President Emmanuel Macron’s newly named government