Donors raise more than $950,000 to help Missouri man wrongfully convicted in 1979
Donations are pouring in to help a man who was freed from a Missouri prison after a judge found that he was wrongfully convicted in 1979 in a...
Why juries reacted differently to Rittenhouse's and McMichael's defenses, experts say
Travis McMichael sealed his fate when he took the stand in the murder trial related to Ahmaud Arbery's death, legal experts said.
Thanksgiving travel rush returns: Airport screenings reach pandemic high
Airports are busy again, and air travel is inching closer to pre-pandemic levels.
South African scientists detect new virus variant amid spike
A new coronavirus variant has been detected in South Africa that scientists say is a concern because of its high number of mutations and rapid...
Russian coal mine fire kills at least 52 people
At least 52 people have died from a Siberian coal mine fire that resulted from a gas leak, Russia’s TASS news agency reported Thursday.
'Afghan girl' from famous National Geographic cover is given refuge in Italy
Sharbat Gula, the subject of a 1985 National Geographic cover photo, has been evacuated to Rome following requests from groups working in...
Migrant drownings give tragic jolt to long-simmering U.K.-France dispute
Britain and France traded accusations Thursday after at least 27 migrants drowned while trying to cross the channel separating the two countries.
U.S. lawmakers defy China by meeting with officials in Taiwan
'When news of our trip broke yesterday, my office received a blunt message from the Chinese Embassy, telling me to call off the trip,' Michigan...
12 LGBTQ milestones we’re thankful for this year
As more LGBTQ Americans plan to gather with their families — chosen or not — for the holidays, Thanksgiving might start to look more normal this year.
Egypt to reopen ancient Avenue of Sphinxes with grand, glitzy parade
Egypt is set to reopen the 3,000-year-old Avenue of the Sphinxes Thursday with a Thanksgiving Day parade of its own in Luxor.
Photographer apologizes, Dior pulls work after backlash in China over model's 'Western' depiction
A Chinese fashion photographer has apologized after backlash over work she did for French luxury brand Dior.
Australia sending troops to Solomon Islands as unrest grows
Australia announced Thursday it is sending police, troops and diplomats to the Solomon Islands to help after anti-government demonstrators defied...