Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Tech billionaire pledges to pay off Morehouse College grad students’ debt — up to...

A billionaire technology investor stuns the graduating class at Morehouse College in Atlanta by announcing at their commencement that he would pay...

Happy rebirthday: What it’s like to experience your first pulse in over a year...

Frigid air licks at my exposed appendages. There is a symphony of beeping and dinging in an incessant refrain. Manufactured air sucks and gasps...

Ukraine’s new president gets sworn in, dissolves parliament

Ukrainian TV star Volodymyr Zelenskiy was sworn in Monday as the new president, promised to stop the war in the East against...

Quiet resurgence: Americans coming north to fill prescriptions on the rise again

It was Tara Saunders's dermatologist who first suggested she drive across the Canadian border to pick up her medication last year. The dermatologist called in...

Is Iran Testing Trump With Little Attacks in Iraq, Saudi Arabia, and the Persian...

Anne Speckhard More BAGHDAD—The sound of an explosion echoed through the Green Zone on Sunday night around 9:00 p.m., a reminder that this most secure part...

Austria’s Kurz seeks to oust far-right interior minister before snap vote

VIENNA (Reuters) - Austria’s two ruling parties faced off on Monday over whether their lame-duck government could even limp along until a snap election,...

Kremlin denies Russian involvement in Austria’s Freedom Party scandal

MOSCOW (Reuters) - The Kremlin said on Monday that Russia was in no way involved in a political scandal in Austria after the country’s...

New Ukraine President Zelenskiy dissolves parliament

Ukraine's President-elect Volodymyr Zelenskiy takes the oath of office during his inauguration ceremony in the parliament hall in Kiev, Ukraine May 20,...

To save the species, conservationists work to build a tougher butternut tree

Conservationists in southwestern Ontario are working to fight back against an insidious, tree-killing canker that threatens  butternut trees across Eastern Canada.  Never an overly abundant species,...

‘We should get the hell out of here’: Ex-diplomat recalls mission to rescue students...

Diplomats at Canada's embassy in Moscow didn't know what was happening when radiation readings began rising in April 1986, but they knew...