Yep, there's no way I'm sleeping tonight.
Turbulence is... fun!?
A 160-page report, in response to a BuzzFeed News investigation, found long-standing failures at the celebrated wildlife charity.
Off-the-beaten-path doesn't always mean better.
Ukraine’s Azov movement, which the State Department calls a “nationalist hate group,” is running ads, organizing violence, and exporting its far-right ideas.
Here Are 16 Animals People Commonly Confuse For Each Other And I Bet You Can't Guess 12 Of Them Right
I'm sorry, but crocs and gators are the same to me.
Biden defeating Trump was front-page news from Iowa to Alaska to Japan.
"Welcome back, America!"
Due to the razor-thin margin, BuzzFeed News and other news organizations are holding off on calling the state for the former vice president. There is set to be a recount.
"Baseless allegations of systematic deficiencies, notably by the incumbent president, including on election night, harm public trust in democratic institutions,” said one OSCE observer.
European Officials Are Criticizing Trump For Prematurely Claiming Victory And Spreading Misinformation
German Defense Minister Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer called the US election “a very explosive situation” and warned of the possibility of a “constitutional crisis.”
Border Officials Turned Away Unaccompanied Immigrant Children More Than 13,000 Times Under Trump’s Pandemic Policy
“This is an enormous number of children who are being summarily sent back without any due process, potentially to serious or fatal danger.”
The man, identified in local news reports as Walter Wallace Jr., died of his injuries at a nearby hospital, triggering protests.
Detention Facilities For Immigrants Fast-Tracked For Deportation Were Rife With Problems, Inspectors Find
Federal inspectors also found that families were held in Border Patrol custody for longer than a week, well beyond the 72-hour standard for detention.
“It’s important that the relevant bodies are held to account and scrutinised effectively to ensure that the UK is a clean place to do business.”
Nigeria’s Military Shot And Killed Peaceful Protesters Who Were Calling For An End To Police Brutality
The #EndSARS movement has swept across Nigeria and the world — but the country’s president won’t acknowledge it even after protesters were slaughtered.
"If this a public recognition that same-sex couples deserve — and the church will no longer block — legal recognition of committed relationships, clearly that is an international game changer," said one member of a Catholic LGBTQ organization.
Lawyers Can't Find The Parents Of More Than 500 Immigrant Children Who Were Separated By The Trump Administration
"People are constantly asking me when we will find all the families and I unfortunately do not know."
The remote US territory of American Samoa has not recorded a single case of COVID-19 after shutting itself off to the world in March. Even some locals can't get home.
From the confirmation hearings of Amy Coney Barrett to early voting, these are some of the most powerful photos of this week.
Endless Waits At An Immigrant Camp On The Mexico Border Are Pushing Desperate People To Make Tough Choices
"They've lost hope in the system and are abandoning their entire asylum case in favor of human smugglers."
Facebook may have throttled the reach of the New York Post story. But these men are celebrating all the same.
A week after White House officials met with scientists endorsing herd immunity, dozens of other researchers called it “a dangerous fallacy unsupported by scientific evidence.”
Harry and Meghan never explicitly mentioned Trump when they said people should "reject hate speech, misinformation, and online negativity" — but one GOP member of Congress says the implication is clear.
Wholesome content ahead!
"Until the day we have a vaccine, food is the best vaccine against chaos."
European Lawmakers Are Looking For New Ways To Fight Money Laundering In The Wake Of The FinCEN Files Investigation
Lawmakers call for a unified approach after revelations put a spotlight on European banks. Current efforts are like a “Swiss cheese full of holes.”
"That's A Dictator": Foreign Election Experts Say Trump Is Engaging In Voter Suppression And Intimidation
“I’ve never thought in my eight years of working in this industry, that I would be worried about election violence in the US in this day and age,” one former election observer said, “but now I wouldn’t put it past us.”
To avoid paying a 30% cut, Indian tech companies are looking for new ways to get apps in the hands of consumers.
We do not wish to be India's daughters.