The new chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee could force the Biden administration to reverse its decision to send Egypt $235 million in military assistance.
In much of Europe, the election was seen as a bellwether of mainstream support for Ukraine in its war with Russia. But voters seemed most concerned with pocketbook issues.
The wedding hall lacked emergency exits and a sprinkler system, and was made of materials that seemed similar to those used in Grenfell Tower in London, where a fire in 2017 killed 79 people.
The killing of a Canadian Sikh leader, carried out by what Canada described as Indian government agents, occurred amid widening divisions in the diaspora.
Washington called for the troops’ rollback days after an attack at a monastery in northern Kosovo. Here’s what to know.
As little territory changes hands on the battlefield, President Vladimir Putin of Russia and President Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine both signal that they are prepared to keep fighting.