Jo-Wilfried Tsonga was in tears Tuesday as the curtain came down on his storied career after he lost in the first round at the French Open.
A group of more than 80 senators across both parties have committed to expediting the approval of Finland and Sweden's NATO membership applications in the Senate and called on President Joe Biden to do the same in the executive branch.
It's beyond debate that the Bushes have been the most important family in Republican politics for the better part of the past four decades. In that time, they have produced two presidents and a governor who ran for president.
NASA's Earth Observatory has released satellite images of the undersea Kavachi volcano erupting in the Solomon Islands. The crater is the home of multiple fish species.
Wall Street was not in a particularly social mood Tuesday. Social media stocks plummeted following an ominous earnings warning from Snapchat's parent company.
From pizza and porceddu to tiramisù and tortellini, Italy is a map of mouthwatering flavors. Here's a route to devouring some of the very best dishes the country has to offer.
Cher Scarlett, a software engineer, has a history of being misidentified by face-scanning technology, including one instance that may have surfaced a distant ancestor in a photo. So when she was introduced to an online facial-recognition tool she hadn't heard of, she wanted to see whether it would mistake photos of her mom or daughter for her.
Brits are bracing for another huge hike in their energy bills, and pressure is mounting on the UK government to impose a windfall tax on big suppliers to offset some of the pain.
Key parts of a Florida law restricting social media platforms' ability to moderate content likely violate the First Amendment, a federal appeals court ruled Monday, in a victory for the tech industry amid a wider battle over digital speech.
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention added five new destinations -- including Belize and the Bahamas -- to its "high" risk category for travelers on Monday.
One of the many buzzwords percolating around Davos this week is "fragmentation," the force economists there warned could have "devastating human consequences."
Proponents of Donald Trump's discredited lie about rampant fraud in 2020 are running for positions of authority over election administration in virtually every state expected to decide the 2024 presidential race, an explosive trend dramatically underscored by Tuesday's bitterly contested Georgia Republican primary.
Brazil's right-wing president Jair Bolsonaro fired the chief executive of oil producer Petrobras -- the second in two months -- after the company refused to sell fuels at a discount to consumers warning it would lead to diesel shortages.
The Justice Department will require its agents and law enforcement officers to intervene and render aid if they see another officer use excessive force against a detainee -- a policy change in tandem with a series of police reform measures that the Biden administration plans to announce in the coming days.
US President Joe Biden is on an alliance-boosting visit to Asia, a belated first trip to a region that remains central to his foreign policy goals even as his focus has been drawn away.
Crowds of rail enthusiasts, commuters and excited locals turn out to catch the first of the new trains of the Elizabeth line, the biggest shake up to London's travel network in 70 years.
Since launching in five US cities in 2007, Google's Street View cars have been circling the globe, using roof-mounted cameras to map more than 10 million miles of imagery — pictures that have been stitched together to build a visual map of much of the world.
US President Joe Biden's warning the US would defend Taiwan against Chinese aggression has made headlines around the world -- and put growing tensions between the small democratic island and its neighboring autocratic superpower back under the spotlight.
Primaries on Tuesday across the South could represent the clearest chance for Republican voters to break with former President Donald Trump.
Wimbledon's decision to ban Russian and Belarusian players from this year's tournament following Russia's invasion of Ukraine is "wrong," world number one Novak Djokovic said on Monday.
Snap Inc said the economy had worsened faster than expected in the last month and the social media company slashed its quarterly forecast, triggering an after-hours sell-off.
Stranded overnight on a Himalayan mountain without water, food or tents in temperatures that plummeted to -30 degrees Celsius (-22 degrees Fahrenheit), Ed Jackson and his team took it in turns to keep each another awake in case they fell asleep and did not wake up again.
Just days before she was to begin a 157-mile race in Austin, Texas, earlier this month, competitive cyclist Anna Moriah "Mo" Wilson was shot and killed, shaking the growing community of gravel racing.
Airbnb will shut down its listings in China after two years of lockdowns in the country "with no end in sight," according to a source familiar with the matter.
An independent investigation into the Southern Baptist Convention found its leaders mishandled allegations of sexual abuse, intimidated victims and resisted attempts at reform over the course of two decades.
The Canadian Football League's Calgary Stampeders said they are investigating reports that player Brendan Langley was charged after a fight with a United Airlines employee at Newark Liberty International Airport that was partially caught on video, according to a team statement obtained by CNN.
Steelers quarterback Dwayne Haskins had a blood alcohol level more than twice the legal limit when he was fatally struck by a dump truck on a South Florida highway in April, according to a report from the Broward County Medical Examiner's Office obtained by affiliate WSVN and shared with CNN.
Early speculation that the Covid-19 pandemic may lead to a baby boom has been turned on its head, with early data showing more of a baby bust -- and worsening rates of some adverse outcomes.
As he concludes his debut tour of Asia, President Joe Biden is using Russia's invasion of Ukraine to send an unmistakable message to China: a similar breach of international order would generate a fierce US response.
When Stacey Abrams acknowledged defeat to Republican Brian Kemp in her 2018 campaign for governor of Georgia, she refused to call it a "concession." Four years later, the man she once described as an "architect of voter suppression" is the incumbent -- and the state she came so close to leading has enacted some of the nation's most restrictive voting laws.
Californians could face mandatory statewide water restrictions this summer, Newsom said Monday, if local restrictions don't get the job done.
On the eve of Georgia's primary election, former Vice President Mike Pence had a forward-looking message of support for renominating Republican Gov. Brian Kemp.
GOP Rep. Ronny Jackson may have violated federal law by using campaign funds to pay for "unlimited access" to a private dining club in Texas, according to a review by a House advisory panel, referring the matter for further investigation.
Trevor Reed, an American citizen and former Marine recently freed after two years imprisoned in Russia, has vowed to campaign against any lawmakers that slow legislation aimed at helping detained Americans.
If the polls are to be believed, former Georgia Sen. David Perdue is headed toward a crushing primary defeat Tuesday in his challenge to GOP Gov. Brian Kemp.
The report says the students arrested violated curfew and did not adhere to demands from officers..
US President Joe Biden is scheduled to meet the leaders of India, Australia and Japan in Tokyo on Tuesday for a summit of the "Quad" nations.
Kevin, a stocky American in his early 30s, climbs over the charred rubble of a former sauna and shines the light from his iPhone through the dust.
Last summer, Senate GOP leader Mitch McConnell was nervous about Herschel Walker, seeing stories about the rookie candidate's turbulent past and fearful that an unvetted and untested Republican could implode in the heat of the biggest Senate race in the country.
Anna Moriah Wilson was set to compete in a 157-mile cycling race in Texas on May 14. But days before the contest, she was shot and killed at a friend's home in Austin. Here's what we know so far about Wilson, why police believe she may have been targeted and her short-lived success in the burgeoning sport of gravel racing.
Hyundai Motor Group said on Sunday it would invest an additional $5 billion in the United States by 2025 to strengthen collaboration with US firms in advanced technology.