Ukraine’s economy shows ‘resilience’ from Russian attacks, IMF says as it backs aid
International Monetary Fund has signed off on an initial loan of $900 million and raised its estimate for the country’s economic growth
2 Iranian journalists’ trials begin over coverage of woman’s death in custody
Niloofar Hamedi and Elaheh Mohammadi, who covered the death of Mahsa Amini in police custody, both face charges accusing them of working with the U.S.
Japanese court says government policy against same-sex marriage is unconstitutional
A Japanese court has ruled that the government's policy against same-sex marriage is unconstitutional, in a closely watched decision that supporters say is a step toward marriage equality
At least 10 dead, 55 injured as bus of Hindu pilgrims falls into gorge...
At least 10 people died and 55 were injured when a bus carrying Hindu pilgrims skid into a mountain gorge in Indian-controlled Kashmir
Drones strike Moscow residential areas, Russian media reports
Several drones struck Moscow early on Tuesday, damaging buildings in the Russian capital, according to state media.
Teenage girl in Guyana charged as adult with 19 counts of murder in dormitory...
A teenage student who police in Guyana accuse of deliberately setting a fire in a girl’s dormitory that killed 18 schoolmates and a five-year-old boy has been charged as an adult with 19 counts of murder
Police: Puerto Rico assailants targeting drug rival killed 2 and injured 13
Authorities in Puerto Rico say that drug trafficking was behind a mass shooting over the weekend outside a bar that killed two people and injured 13 others
What 5 more years of Erdogan’s rule means for Turkey
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan won reelection in a runoff Sunday, following a nail-biter first round two weeks earlier
Libyan court sentences 23 suspected Islamic State militants to death
A Libyan court has sentenced 23 suspected Islamic State group militants to death for launching deadly attacks that killed dozens of people, including Egyptian Coptic Christians
South America’s presidents gather in Brazil for first regional summit in 9 years
South America’s leaders will gather in Brazil’s capital on Tuesday as part of President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva’s attempt to reinvigorate regional integration efforts that have in the past floundered amid the continent’s political swings and polariza...
James Comey knows the politics of NY law enforcement. Now, he’s writing about it
Central Park West draws from James Comey's experience in the FBI and as a U.S attorney for the southern district of New York.(Image credit:...
Chinese jet said to carry out ‘aggressive’ maneuver in front of US military plane
U.S. military releases video of Chinese fighter flying in front of U.S. military plane, Pentagon calls action "aggressive" maneuver and "unprofessional"
Destructive Nova Scotia wildfires force thousands of Canadians to flee their homes
More than a dozen fires were continuing to burn on Tuesday, and officials said over 16,000 people had evacuated under a mandatory order.(Image credit:...