Malta seeks shark tooth fossil presented to…

Malta says it will seek to retrieve a shark tooth that was presented to Britain’s Prince George by veteran broadcaster and naturalist David Attenborough, who found the fossil during a holiday on the Mediterranean island in the 1960s

Wall Street closes higher in broad rally

Wall Street rallied to close sharply higher on Monday as investors sought bargains among sectors hardest-hit by the coronavirus recession, now limping toward its ninth month. This report produced by Yahaira Jacquez.

Fashion Brand to Proud Boys: No More Shirts for…

British fashion brand Fred Perry would rather lose sales than be associated with the Proud Boys. The company says it has halted sales in the US and Canada of its black and yellow polo shirts, which have been adopted as a uniform by the far-right activists, the Guardian reports. In...

Standoff over Madrid's response to virus pandemic…

Spain’s health minister has pleaded for the third time in four days for tougher coronavirus restrictions in the capital

Trump doesn't take questions at COVID-19 event

During a coronronavirus testing strategy event at the White House Monday, President Trump left the podium without taking questions from the press. This follows a report by the New York Times Sunday that said Trump paid little or no federal income tax in recent years.

As Festival Season Kicks Off, India Blows Past 6M…

The fall months in India are typically celebratory ones, as people get reverent and make merry during Hindu religious fests like Diwali, Dussehra, and Navratri. This year, however, poses a new challenge for the country: It just blew past 6 million COVID-19 cases (with more than 95,000 deaths so...

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WHO, partners roll out faster COVID tests for…

The World Health Organization and partners have agreed to a plan to roll out 120 million rapid-diagnostic tests for the coronavirus to help lower- and middle-income countries make up ground in a testing gap with richer countries

Harris on Trump SCOTUS pick: 'It's called raw…

Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris on Monday said the speed with which President Donald Trump is moving forward with his Supreme Court nominee is an example of "raw power."

Navalny Confirms a High-Profile Visitor

It might be a sign of how seriously foreign leaders are taking the case of Alexei Navalny's poisoning: German Chancellor Angela Merkel paid a private visit to the Russian opposition leader while he was hospitalized in Berlin, reports the Guardian . German media broke the news Sunday, characterizing it as a...

Zimbabwe elephants died from bacterial disease…

Parks authorities in Zimbabwe said Monday that the recent deaths of elephants has been caused by a bacterial disease that has previously affected elephants in Asia and other animals in southern Africa, although more tests will still be carried out

Protesters in Manhattan demand more indoor dining

Hundreds of protesters marched in New York's Midtown Manhattan toward the governor's office, calling for indoor dining to be raised to at least 50% capacity. Restaurant owners also called for more federal relief funds.

Japanese Celeb Found Dead by Her Husband

A Japanese actress known as the female Sherlock Holmes has apparently killed herself—which, if confirmed, continues a spate of suicides among Japanese entertainers. Yuko Takeuchi was found at home Sunday by her husband without a note, but Variety reports that it looks like suicide. "It came all of a...

1 person dies as Nairobi hospital workers strike…

A witness says a man has died outside an emergency ward of Kenya’s largest referral hospital after he was not treated for hours because the staff members are on strike

Democrats pounce on Trump tax report

Democrats seized on a fresh line of attack on the eve of the first U.S. presidential election debate, accusing President Donald Trump of gaming the system after a report showed he paid paltry amounts of federal tax in recent years. This report produced by Jonah Green.

2-Foot-Long Rat Wins Gold Medal for 'Bravery'

Not a big rat fan? Meet Magawa. The furry two-footer received a gold medal Friday for his work detecting land mines in Cambodia, NBC News reports. "Magawa's dedication, skill and bravery are an extraordinary example of this and deserve the highest possible recognition," said Jan McLoughlin, head of People’s Dispensary...

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German far-right party fires official over…

The far-right Alternative for Germany party has fired a prominent official following reports that he made comments suggesting migrants could be killed

Artist aims to raise millions with giant canvas

A British artist who partnered up with UNICEF and UNESCO looks to raise up to $30 million from selling what he says will be the world's largest-ever painting on a canvas, and donating proceedings to children's charities.

Tokyo's Winning Olympics Bid Linked to Big…

A former head of the largest Olympic sports federation and his son have been convicted in France of accepting $4 million in bribes from athletes in exchange for hiding positive doping tests. And from that case has sprung another claim of corruption, this one tied to Tokyo's bid for the...

AP Explains: Why Armenia and Azerbaijan are…

Deadly new fighting between Armenia and Azerbaijan over the disputed Caucasus Mountains territory of Nagorno-Karabakh has deep roots and fallout beyond the region

Madrid health workers demand better conditions

Health workers staged a protest outside La Paz hospital in Madrid on Monday, demanding better work conditions amid a coronavirus surge in the Spanish capital.

Cardinal Abruptly Steps Down: 'Why Are You Doing…

An abrupt resignation shook Rome Thursday, with a high-ranking Vatican official who was involved in a controversial luxury real estate deal stepping down. "The Holy Father accepted the resignation from the office of Prefect of the Congregation for the Causes of Saints and from the rights connected to the Cardinalate,...

At UN, nations urge overdue reckoning with…

Leaders of countries once subjugated to Western powers spoke out about still-stinging scars of colonialism at this year’s U.N. General Assembly

Drone footage shows Arctic glaciers melting

On a remote glacier deep into the Arctic circle Greenpeace campaigners projected a video showing young climate activists calling on global heads of state to step up and take climate change seriously.

With Charlie Hebdo Trial Underway, a Knife Attack

A knife attack in Paris on Friday that seriously injured two people has prompted authorities to launch a terror investigation, reports the AP . The reason? The attack took place near the former offices of the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo , scene of a terror attack in 2015 that left 12 people...

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US warns Iraq of Baghdad embassy closure if…

U.S., Iraqi and other officials say the Trump administration has warned Iraq that it will close its embassy in Baghdad if the government does not take swift and decisive action to end persistent rocket and other attacks by Iranian-backed militias and rogue armed elements on American and allied interests in the country

Diners in Marseille defy restaurant ban

Some restaurants in the southern French city of Marseille remained opened on Monday in defiance of President Emmanuel Macron's government order to shut down bars and restaurants in France's second-biggest city.

Kim Jong Un Offers Rare Apology

Kim Jong Un has offered a rare apology for what the BBC describes as the first killing of a South Korean citizen by the North in a decade. The South Korean government official may have been trying to defect to North Korea when he disappeared from a government ship, leaving...