Hong Kong readies for more protests after night…

Hong Kong braces for another day of protest after a night of violent clashes in which the police used tear gas and 40mm rubber rounds against protesters who threw gasoline bombs toward them and set fires in streets

Trump heads to UN with long list of deals he's…

Unfinished business: Trump heads to United Nations with long list of foreign policy deals he's yet to close

Justin Trudeau Pledges To Ban Military-Style…

He said a Liberal government would create a buyback program for legally purchased military grade rifles in Canada.

AP interview: Colombia to denounce Maduro at UN…

Colombia's leader says "brutality" of Nicolás Maduro must end and that any aggression by Venezuela's armed forces would immediately trigger a regional response.

Nobel laureate starts fund for survivors of…

A Nobel Peace Prize-winning surgeon has launched a fund with the goal of providing reparations for survivors of conflicts around the world

U.S. Withdraws $160 Million In Funding From…

A large chunk of that money is coming from funding for a large energy project in Afghanistan.

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Lorena spares Los Cabos, heads up coast of Mexico…

Hurricane Lorena spared the resort-studded twin cities of Los Cabos a direct hit and has been reduced to a tropical storm Saturday as it heads up the east coast of Mexico's Baja California Peninsula

Man Proposes Underwater, Never Comes Back Up

An American who proposed to his girlfriend underwater never emerged to hear "I do," CNN reports. Steven Weber was on vacation in Tanzania with Kenesha Antoine in a cabin with a submerged bedroom when he apparently made the fatal proposal. "You never emerged from those depths, so you never got...

Global Climate Strike Kicks Off In Australia…

From Berlin to Hong Kong to Paris to New York City — more than 4,600 protests are scheduled in roughly 140 countries on Friday.

Greek police make arrest in 1985 hijacking of TWA…

Greek police say they have arrested a suspect in the 1985 hijacking of a flight from Athens that became a multi-day ordeal and included the slaying of an American

Climate activists step up protests in Britain and…

Environmental activists in Britain and France have stepped up campaigns to get their governments to confront climate change with greater urgency

Canadian PM Justin Trudeau Apologizes For 'Racist…

Three exclusive reports show Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in "brownface" and "blackface" in three separate incidents nearly 20 years ago.

Youth leaders at UN demand bold climate change…

Fresh off a climate strike that took hundreds of thousands of young people out of classrooms and into the streets globally, youth leaders are at the United Nations and demanding radical action to fight climate change

Paris police repeatedly use tear gas on day of…

Clusters of anti-government activists in Paris repeatedly scuffled with police who responded with tear gas Saturday as supporters of France's yellow vest protests tried to revive the movement opposed to President Emmanuel Macron's economic policies

U.K. Says It Has Sent EU Ideas For Reworking…

​The U.K. government said it sent the EU "a series of confidential technical non-papers which reflect the ideas the U.K. has been putting forward."

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UK's Labour Party in turmoil as vote to oust…

Britain's major opposition Labour Party has been thrown into turmoil after a close ally of leader Jeremy Corbyn sought to oust his deputy

Beer flows as overcrowded Oktoberfest opens in…

The first keg has been tapped and the beer is flowing at the 186th Oktoberfest in Munich

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Pictured…

Trudeau is pictured in a yearbook with his face, neck and hands covered in "brownface" makeup at an Arabian Nights-themed gala.

Swift Cancels Concert After #NupToTheCup Campaign

Looks like Taylor Swift won't be performing in Australia this year after all. The "Shake It Off" singer canceled a planned Nov. 5 show at Australia's Melbourne Cup after facing pressure from animal rights activists, CNN reports. Swift was initially gung-ho about her only Aussie show, saying "I can't wait...

Parachutists jump over Dutch heath to mark WWII…

Hundreds of parachutists have floated out of clear blue skies in the eastern Netherlands to commemorate the 75th anniversary of a daring but ultimately unsuccessful World War II mission, Operation Market Garden

Yemen rebels say they're halting attacks on Saudi Arabia

Yemen's Houthi rebels say they are halting drone and missile attacks against Saudi Arabia, one week after they claimed responsibility for a strike that crippled a key oil facility in the kingdom

The Latest: Hundreds march for climate action in…

In downtown Los Angeles, hundreds of people, many of them schoolchildren, marched to City Hall for a rally

Trump, in call, urged Ukraine to investigate…

President Donald Trump urged the new leader of Ukraine to investigate the son of Joe Biden

Activist: Egyptian authorities arrest brother to…

U.S.-based Egyptian activist whose Facebook page helped ignite the 2011 pro-democracy uprising said authorities have arrested his brother in Cairo

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US, El Salvador sign asylum deal, details to be…

The United States signs agreement that paves the way for the U.S. to send some asylum seekers to one of the world's most violent countries, El Salvador

Trudeau Changes the Subject, Announces Assault…

Returning to other campaign issues after dealing with the response to revelations that he had worn blackface years ago, Justin Trudeau said Friday that he would support a ban on military-style assault rifles. The plan would cover the AR-15 and start a buyback program for legally purchased assault rifles, Fox...

Trudeau's support holds after apology for wearing…

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau acknowledges that he let down his allies by appearing years ago in brownface and blackface