From Brussels to Kosovo and beyond, the organization’s efforts have been disrupted by the pandemic
Trump shifts gun-export controls from State to Commerce departments, eliciting joy from gun makers and fears from gun critics
The Trump Administration changed the rules regulating federal firearm exports, but critics say that could help arms traffickers.
It took 3,000 years to wipe out smallpox, but pet owners hope it will take much less time to eradicate the deadly scourge parvovirus
Trump has upped US oil output. But as the price of crude oil drops, other countries are trying to compensate.
J. Wyndal Gordon says black Americans might know they’ll never commit a crime, but they can never be sure they won’t be charged with one.
Surprised passengers have shared commercial aircraft with horses, squirrels and exotic birds. New regulations may put an end to the practice.
A schoolteacher’s fiance has already seen his life sentence slashed to 30 years. She wants more mercy, saying presidents take pardon advice from the same prosecutors who overwhelm defendants
Iwo Jima battle still holds secrets 75 years later amid 7,000 Marines buried near its black sand beaches
The few surviving veterans of the 1945 island battle talk of vicious fighting that left nearly 7,000 U.S. Marines dead. Half of the six men depicted in an iconic flag-raising moment died there.
A law in the UK requires payment to support the public broadcaster, with criminal fines for violations as high as $1,300. Roving vans spot signals emerging from non-paying households and the Crown has prosecuted children as young as 10.