Over 90 Poll Workers Die of Exhaustion During Indonesian Elections

Indonesia held the world's largest single-day vote on April 17, 2019; those involved in the process faced tremendous logistical challenges.

Congress deadline looms for release of Trump tax returns

The U.S. Treasury and Internal Revenue Service faced a final deadline on Tuesday for handing over President Donald Trump's tax returns to Democrats in Congress, in a showdown that could mire the ...

Rudy Giuliani: There's 'Nothing Wrong' With Trump Campaign Taking Information From Russians

Robert Mueller's report detailed over 100 interactions between Trump's associates and Russians

China’s military THREAT: Beijing shows off Type 55 destroyer in warning to Trump and West

CHINA has flexed its increasingly well-developed military muscles with a spectacular naval display featuring the country’s brand new warships and submarines.

Oil prices SOAR to near SIX-MONTH high as Trump ENDS Iran sanction exemptions

OIL prices jumped to near six-month highs today after the United States announced it will stop exempting countries from sanctions on Iran.

U.S. Threatens To Veto UN Resolution Aimed At Supporting Survivors Of Rape During War

The American delegation has reportedly taken issue with the proposal's references to reproductive and sexual health.

New IRA admits to the killing of journalist in Northern Ireland

In a statement, the New IRA said Lyra McKee was 'tragically killed while standing beside enemy forces'.

The Memo: GOP banks on Biden falling in primary

Republicans are banking on former Vice President Biden losing the Democratic primary because they worry he would be the strongest candidate against President Trump in a general election.

Sri Lanka bombings 'retaliation for Christchurch terror attack' as death toll passes 320

Sri Lanka’s Easter Sunday bomb attacks were retaliation for a recent attack on mosques in New Zealand, the Sri Lankan defence minister said on Tuesday, adding that two domestic Islamist groups were believed to be responsible.

China complains to U.S. over end to Iran oil sanction waivers

China's Foreign Ministry said on Tuesday it has formally complained to the United States over its decision to end waivers on sanctions on Iranian oil imports, adding another fault line to already...

Singapore PM promotes would-be successor to deputy

Singapore finance minister Heng Swee Keat is set to become deputy prime minister, the prime minister's office said Tuesday.

A Brown economist’s guide to making informed choices about raising your kids

"I am trying to give people a framework to understand the decisions that they are making."

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