The US Supreme Court on Monday let stand a Louisiana sheriff’s firing of two of his deputies for swapping wives and families, refusing to review lower court rulings in a case that raised eyebrows.
The finance ministers of the European Union’s five biggest economies wrote to their American counterpart Monday to voice concerns over a US tax overhaul, saying Washington should adhere to “international obligations to which it has signed up”.
Workers used sonar equipment Monday to get the facts on an object found 26 days after an Argentine sub went missing with 44 crew members aboard.
Soldiers and police on Monday moved to clear roads across Honduras of demonstrators protesting alleged fraud in a presidential election held two weeks ago, which they said was won by leftist opposition candidate Salvador Nasralla.
Prime Minister Theresa May on Monday hailed an interim Brexit deal as proof that Britain could leave the European Union in a “smooth and orderly way”, although she warned that payment of the divorce bill was dependent on a final trade agreement.
To many German Social Democrats it sounds like a monster that will destroy their party if not democracy itself: the GroKo.
Four people were injured Monday in the blast that rocked a subway station in the heart of Manhattan, in what the city’s mayor said was an “attempted terrorist attack.”
It’s been a week since southern California has been charred by a devastating wave of wildfires, blasted by almost hurricane force winds.
High winds and heavy snow in Europe on Monday stranded thousands of travellers, kept schoolchildren at home and even played havoc with international diplomacy.
A tremor shook Kermanshah province in western Iran near Iraq’s border Monday, causing panic a month after a major quake killed hundreds of people there, state media and officials said.
Three women who claim they were sexually harassed by Donald Trump called on the US Congress Monday to investigate the president’s behavior and allegations of his misconduct.