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American President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden have sharply different ideas about United States foreign policy.
The line of cars waiting to receive boxes of food from the Houston Food Bank can be up to a kilometer long.
A Pakistani man who was born without arms has developed into a highly skilled snooker player.
Suicides are on the rise among Japanese young people aged 13 to 19. That concerns 21-year-old Koki Ozora, who suffered from depression as a child.
North Dakota recently rose to the top of the list of new COVID-19 cases per person.
Soldiers in Poland are giving coronavirus tests. United States National Guard troops with medical training are going to the Czech Republic to work with doctors there. A Czech university student is taking blood to be tested, and the mayor of Prague is work
When the coronavirus health crisis hit Dubai this spring, photographer Paula Hainey immediately lost all of her jobs.
China's leaders have announced plans to intensify efforts to make the country an independent "technology power."
A man armed with a knife killed at least three people Thursday at a church in Nice, France. Police wounded the attacker, who was captured and later placed in a hospital.
Small business owner Darren Silverman pulled his car off the road. Then he cried. The radio had just announced that Melbourne's COVID-19 lockdown would be largely lifted after 111 days.
San Francisco lawmakers have approved a law giving people of color the right to take legal action against false accusations.
The Yazidis of northern Iraq are an ancient religious minority. Islamic State forces brought suffering to the group in a series of targeted attacks six years ago. Now, many Yazidis want peace, security and a better life in their hometown of Sinjar, but a
James Cook and his wife Samantha Jones started their beekeeping work eight years ago.
The political opposition in Belarus called for a nationwide general strike on Monday. The appeal is the latest in a series of efforts to force Alexander Lukashenko, the country's long-time leader, from power. Opposition activists say cheating in the pres
Voters in Chile have approved a plan to rewrite the country's constitution.
The women fought with each other inside the vehicle. The driver pulled away from the hold around her neck. Then she turned to hit her attacker. She threw open the door to make her escape, ending the simulated attack.
People have been diving down to the Titanic's wreckage for around 35 years. But so far, no one has found human remains, the company that owns rights to the wreckage says.
Thousands of aboriginal Australians are expected to join a legal case that lawyers are bringing against the West Australian government. The case seeks payment for what it says are years of unpaid work. Historians have said that, at the time, the officials
In the U.S. territory of Puerto Rico, more than 300,000 homes have no official address. This is because across many parts of the island, street names or numbers do not exist.
The European Union (EU) wants the World Health Organization (WHO) to become more open about how countries report health crises. That information comes from a proposal on reforming the WHO.
People who are sick with the coronavirus fill cold basements with the healthy to hide from artillery fire. The local health minister who has the virus keeps working. He has a higher than normal body temperature and is also sick with pneumonia. Doctors wit
Thailand's government has canceled an emergency order that failed to end continuing pro-democracy demonstrations.
The Belgian village of Kester is home to a group of top-secret, fenced-off buildings on a hill some call "the radar station." Some people have claimed to have seen mysterious Russians near the buildings. Others have suggested that the area might have be
Pope Francis has become the first leader of the Roman Catholic Church to support "civil union" laws for same-sex couples.