Russian lawmakers approved today a bill that would expand government control over the internet and whose opponents fear heralds a new era of widespread censorship.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Scientists this morning revealed the first image ever made of a black hole, depicting a fiery orange and black ring of gravity-twisted light swirling around the edges of the abyss.
Benjamin Netanyahu appeared to be headed toward a historic fifth term as Israel’s prime minister today, with close-to-complete unofficial election results giving his right-wing Likud and other nationalist and religious parties a solid majority in parliament.
Just two days away from a potentially calamitous no-deal Brexit, European Union leaders opened talks today to discuss granting the United Kingdom a new delay — possibly of up to a year — to its departure from the bloc.
The death toll from the cyclone that ripped into southern Africa last month is now above 1,000, while the number of cholera cases among survivors has risen above 4,000.
There’s no escape from the long arm of the law in Sweden. Not even sitting naked in a sauna.
British Prime Minister Theresa May on Friday again sought to delay Brexit until June 30 to avoid a chaotic withdrawal from the European Union in one week, although a key leader of the bloc suggested an even longer pause in the difficult divorce proceedings.
The alarms are flashing, the cliff-edge is coming closer — but can Britain avoid tumbling out of the European Union?
LONDON (AP) — Britain’s Parliament gets another chance Monday to offer a way forward on Britain’s stalled divorce from the European Union, holding a series of votes on Brexit alternatives in an attempt to find the elusive idea that can command a majority.
WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — A California man was sentenced Friday to 20 years in prison for making bogus emergency calls to authorities across the U.S., including one that led police to fatally shoot a Kansas man following a dispute between two online players over $1.50 bet in the Call of Duty: WWII video game.