Speaker Pelosi voiced support for Hong Kong protestor's demands, saying commercial interests shouldn't outweigh human rights in foreign policy.
After the military overthrew President Omar al-Bashir in April, Sudanese women are seeking freedoms which were restricted by the old regime.
With left-right divide largely preserved, a secular party opposed to an ultra-Orthodox role in government is poised to play the role of kingmaker.
Conservative advocates of the rollback claim higher fuel economy standards enforced on a state level would hurt consumers across the country.
Facebook announced the formation of a quasi-independent oversight board to rule on hate speech and ads on its platforms that violate company policy.
As Huawei seeks to sell its 5G technologies to U.S. companies, the U.S. is urging other governments to ban the company from 5G networks.
The House Oversight Committee will discuss H.R. 51, a bill which seeks to make the District of Columbia the 51st state.
While they support efforts to fight climate change, the fishing industry says wind farms could dramatically impact how and where they fish.
Jamaica lost most of its coral in the 1980s and 1990s, but the reefs are healing thanks to seafloor stewardship and fishing policy changes.
The FIBA Basketball World Cup ended in Beijing on Sunday. Fan enthusiasm is rising in China despite escalating tensions with the United States.
The group says it has a list of more than 100 suspected actors in the war crimes that forced 740,000 Rohingya to flee to Bangladesh in 2017.
Purdue Pharma still faces more than 1,000 lawsuits from state and local governments for its perceived role in the opioid crisis.
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo blamed Iran for the attack on Saudi Arabia and released satellite photos of 19 impact points at oil facilities.
A new book claims that another, un-investigated allegation of sexual misconduct occurred while Brett Kavanaugh was at Yale University as an undergrad.
About 49,000 members of UAW struck at 55 General Motors facilities in the U.S. just before midnight Sunday. GM has factories in nine states.
Ongoing demonstrations have halted Hong Kong's arts and culture scene, as Hong Kong-China tensions impact events in Australia and Canada.
The rollback narrows which bodies of water require permits to pollute. Supporters of the repeal say protections infringe their property rights.
The company's “Today In” tool has been expanded from 400 cities and towns to 6,000 locations to help fill gaps in local news.
Attorneys general are divided on whether Wednesday's settlement against Purdue Pharma goes far enough, but agree the fight is far from over.
The Lahontan cutthroat trout came close to extinction after a dam was built in 1905. A new bypass canal will help it reach native spawning grounds.
More than 100 CEOs signed a letter to call for expanded background checks and strengthened "red flag" laws.
Parents, teachers, and health advocates have increasingly called for a crackdown on flavors, arguing that they have contributed to a teen vaping "epidemic."
Will more lenient regulations disrupt critical ecosystems or draw would-be conservationists outdoors?
China plans to fund roads and other infrastructure through Pakistan, but its soft power also increasingly reaches west.
Iranian news coverage of John Bolton's dismissal suggests the former national security adviser could be a scapegoat for tensions with the U.S.
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