Change country:
Cyclist Mark Cavendish and family 'extremely distressed' following aggravated burglary
British cyclist Mark Cavendish says he was attacked by four masked men in his home last month.
McConnell-McCarthy divide grows as Trump aims to keep his grip on GOP
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and Rep. James Comer were sitting near each other at Cardinal Stadium late last month, watching Kentucky and Louisville's home-state football rivalry turn into a one-sided affair.
Didi is leaving Wall Street. A 'perfect storm' means other Chinese tech stocks may follow
Chinese ride-hailing giant Didi wants to bail on Wall Street. It may soon have plenty of company.
Epik is a refuge for the deplatformed far right. Here's why its CEO insists on doing it
Affordable Care Act exchanges seeing record interest in heavily subsidized 2022 coverage
Americans are flocking to the Affordable Care Act exchanges to sign up for coverage for 2022.
Glimmers of hope emerge in the supply chain nightmare
Epic port congestion is easing. Shipping prices are falling from sky-high levels. Deliveries are speeding up a bit. There are growing signs that the supply chain mess is finally starting to get cleaned up.
'This is our reality': What next for Barcelona after Champions League group stage exit
"I'm pissed off," a furious Xavi told reporters following Barcelona's 3-0 defeat to Bayern Munich in the Champions League. "This is our reality and I'm pissed off."
1 h
Jimmy Fallon and Nicole Kidman terrified by eggnog, Santa doll, and more in blind-touch game
Jimmy Fallon and Nicole Kidman played a game where they identified objects solely by touch -- and were terrified by ordinary holiday decorations.
1 h
5 things to know for Dec. 9: Coronavirus, Voting rights, Ukraine, Social media, UK
Here's what else you need to know to Get Up to Speed and On with Your Day.
1 h
Uyghur tribunal rules that China 'committed genocide' against the Uyghurs and other ethnic minorities
A London-based independent tribunal has ruled that China committed genocide against Uyghurs and other ethnic minorities in its western Xinjiang region, accusing China's senior leadership including President Xi Jinping of "primary responsibility" for acts perpetrated against Muslim minority groups.
1 h
Finnish PM apologizes for clubbing after Covid exposure
Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin apologized to the public after a photo surfaced of her in a nightclub following the foreign minister testing positive for Covid-19.
1 h
The cream cheese shortage hits Junior's
Junior's Cheesecake has a big problem: Not enough cream cheese.
1 h
Chelsea star Sam Kerr barges pitch invader to the ground, gets yellow card in Women's Champions League game
Sam Kerr knocked a pitch invader to the ground on Wednesday evening during Chelsea's 0-0 draw with Juventus in the Women's Champions League and was shown a yellow card for it afterwards.
1 h
First on CNN: New FEMA plan puts climate crisis front and center after Trump administration erased it
The Trump administration erased all mention of the climate crisis from FEMA's previous plan.
2 h
Sweden reclaims place names from IKEA
Shelving, trash cans and toilet brushes have all been named after beautiful parts of Sweden by IKEA. Now the country's tourist board is seeking to "reclaim" them from the interiors giant.
2 h
EU wants to give millions of gig economy workers paid leave and a minimum wage
As many as four million European gig economy workers could become employees if new draft EU legislation becomes law.
2 h
Italy fines Amazon $1.3 billion for abuse of market dominance
Italy's antitrust watchdog said on Thursday it had fined Amazon 1.13 billion euros ($1.28 billion) for alleged abuse of market dominance, in one of the biggest penalties imposed on a US tech giant in Europe.
2 h
Boris Johnson triggers 'Plan B' Covid-19 restrictions
2 h
Boris and Carrie Johnson announce birth of baby daughter
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his wife Carrie Johnson have announced the birth of a "healthy baby girl," according to the Press Association. The baby was born on Thursday morning at London hospital.
2 h
China and Russia attack Biden's 'so-called' Summit of Democracy
2 h
Supreme Court conservatives may have their chance to end affirmative action at universities
The conservative Supreme Court led by Chief Justice John Roberts has long wanted to diminish racial remedies in American life and may now be headed toward a far-reaching decision on university affirmative action.
3 h
Senate will take up debt limit fast-track plan Thursday
The Senate will begin considering a bill on Thursday that would create a fast-track process allowing Democrats to raise the federal debt limit without votes from Republicans, a crucial next step as lawmakers race the clock to avert a catastrophic debt default.
3 h
Biden set to speak at long-promised virtual 'Summit for Democracy'
President Joe Biden is set to participate a virtual "Summit for Democracy" from the White House beginning on Thursday, where he'll host more than 100 participants representing governments, civil society and private-sector leaders.
3 h
Most parents still have concerns about safety of Covid-19 vaccines for children, survey finds
Most parents still worry about the safety of Covid-19 vaccines for children, and about three in 10 say that they will "definitely not" vaccinate their children against Covid-19, according a recent survey by the Kaiser Family Foundation.
3 h
Barbados to build new slavery museum after severing ties with Britain
Designed by celebrated architect David Adjaye, the new complex will also house an archive of documents about the transatlantic slave trade dating back four centuries.
3 h
Three teens arrested for arson in Montana fire that destroyed 13 homes
Three adult teens have been arrested on arson charges for allegedly starting a fire in Montana that destroyed 13 homes, authorities said.
3 h
Jurors set to begin second day of deliberations in the trial of actor Jussie Smollett
Jurors in Chicago will begin the second day of deliberations Thursday in the trial of actor Jussie Smollett, who has been charged in connection with allegedly staging a fake hate crime and falsely reporting it to police nearly three years ago.
3 h
UN suspends food distribution in two towns in Ethiopia after looting
The World Food Programme (WFP) has suspended food distribution in Ethiopia's Kombolcha and Dessie towns after looting of supplies that staff were unable to stop due to intimidation, including being held at gunpoint, the United Nations said on Wednesday.
3 h
Rocketing 300mph through the skies with nothing but a parachute: Welcome to speed skydiving
The next time you're in a car traveling along the freeway at 70 miles per hour, see what it feels like when you thrust your hand out of the window -- it's an intense sensation.
3 h