Johnson, Juncker meet in search of a Brexit deal

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is holding his first meeting with European Union chief Jean-Claude Juncker in search of a longshot Brexit deal

Energy prices spike after Saudi oil attack, US…

Global energy prices spike after attack on key Saudi oil infrastructure that Trump has blamed on Iran

'We Need You Guys To Keep Coming': How Tourism…

Hotels and restaurants employ 19% of working Bahamians, and they brought in over $1 billion last year. Keeping the sector alive after Dorian is vital.

Mexico celebrates its independence with iconic…

Chiles in nogada, a complicated dish in the colors of Mexico's national flag, has become an iconic part of the country's independence day season, which falls during the only part of the year when the key ingredients are available.

India arrests senior Kashmir leader under…

A Parliament member who is a senior pro-India politician in Kashmir has been arrested under a controversial law that allows authorities to imprison someone for up to two years without charge or trial

AP: Taliban Reps Head To Russia After Trump…

​The Associated Press reports the delegation was in Moscow to hold consultations with Russia's presidential envoy for Afghanistan.

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Volkswagen to pay up to $87 million in Australia for scandal

Volkswagen and a law firm say the German automaker has agreed to settle an Australian class action stemming from its diesel emissions scandal

North Korean-themed restaurant in Seoul removes Kim images

North Korea-themed restaurant in Seoul removes Kim portrait and flag image as police look into whether owner violated security law

Bahamas Shelters Top Capacity After Hurricane…

Some shelters are stretched to their limits -- and beyond -- in Nassau.

As shock wears off, mental health concerns grow…

As the shock of Hurricane Dorian wears off, mental health concerns grow in Bahamas

Hong Kong govt: Violence is harmful, won't solve…

Hong Kong's government reiterated violence isn't the solution after an unapproved march descended into chaos with police firing tear gas and water cannons after demonstrators lobbed Molotov cocktails, blocked traffic and set fires

Hong Kong's Leader Unveils Housing Reforms Amid…

Hong Kong's leader announces plans to give more people access to affordable housing, amid the ongoing protests in the city.

The Latest: Trump disputes ground rules of…

Trump disputes idea of unconditional meeting with Iran even though his advisers have said he's ready and willing

Poll: Outsider, jailed tycoon top Tunisian…

Polling firm projects that independent outsider candidate, jailed media magnate will head to Tunisia presidential runoff

China Eases Tariffs On U.S. Soybean Shipments

It's a big step to ease tensions in the trade war between the U.S. and China.

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Algeria announces Dec. 12 for presidential…

Algeria's interim leader sets Dec. 12 for presidential election, following army chief's demand

Polling firm: Outsider ahead in Tunisia presidential vote

Polling firm projects outsider candidate Kais Saied as ranked 1st in Tunisia presidential vote

New Zealand Parliament Introduces Another Gun…

The bill would require doctors to notify police if they believe a patient should not be allowed to own a gun for health reasons.

44 Bodies Found in Well

Mexican authorities responding to complaints of a nasty smell have found dozens of bodies buried in a well, the BBC reports. Uncovered earlier this month in the western state of Jalisco, the remains were mostly cut up and distributed between 119 black bags. Authorities have managed to identify 44 of...

Amid Dorian's Wreckage, a Miracle Find

"He had this intuition that he had to fly back over," says Angela Johnson of her helicopter pilot husband Justin's sense that he had to return to a debris field on Little Abaco Island. Justin Johnson was volunteering in the wake of Hurricane Dorian's destruction, and NBC News reports that...

U.S. Won't Grant Protected Status To Bahamians…

Temporary protected status would have let Bahamians stay and work legally in the U.S. until things get better back home.

British prime minister's aide divides, but will…

British prime minister's key aide seen by some as a strategic genius, while others call him a mayhem-loving anarchist

Model Naomi Campbell takes spotlight at London…

Fashion aficionados basked in late summer sunlight as runway shows and presentations got underway at London Fashion Week

Italy: Rescue boat with 82 migrants can sail to…

Italy allowed a charity rescue ship to sail Saturday to a tiny southern island so that 82 migrants aboard could be transferred to shore

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White House says bin Laden son killed in US…

The United States says Osama bin Laden's son Hamza, who had become an increasingly prominent al-Qaida figure, has been killed in a U.S. counterterrorism operation in the Afghanistan-Pakistan region

David Ortiz: Here's What Really Happened

"I almost died, man. I was in a coma. People were criticizing me as if I deserved to be killed." So said a teary-eyed David Ortiz in his first interview after being shot in the Dominic Republic on June 9, CNN reports. When the bullet slashed through his lower back,...

Pompeo: It's Iran's Fault

Forget Yemen. This was all Iran. That was the Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's take Saturday after drone attacks struck Saudi Arabian oil facilities and choked half the country's crude production, the Wall Street Journal reports. Pompeo tweeted that it was "an unprecedented attack on the world's energy supply. There...