It's Day 4 of the U.N. General Assembly high-level meeting that brings world leaders together at U.N. headquarters in New York. Here are the highlights of what happened Thursday at the U.N. and what to keep an eye on Friday. — The head of Guinea's junta recharacterized the recent coups in Africa as attempts by militaries to save their countries from presidents’ “broken promises.”
Apple is expected to gain a larger share of India's smartphone sales, with the high-end iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max models accounting for more of its shipments. The company is projected to account for 7% of all smartphone sales in the country from July to December, up from 5% in the first half of 2023, according to data from market researcher Counterpoint shared exclusively with Reuters. The tech giant has been touting India as its next big growth driver amid declining sales of its flagship device.
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman said he does not care how the world views his country's heavy investment in sports.
Dave McCormick launched his second Senate campaign on Thursday.
Rudy Giuliani has failed to comply with a federal judge's order to turn over evidence and pay legal fees to election workers he defamed, according to a new court filing.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy spoke about the status of the counteroffensive against Russia at the end of a visit to Washington.
Are Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift dating? Here's everything Travis Kelce (and his brother, Jason Kelce) has said about the rumors.
Workers will end strike action at Chevron's gas plants in Western Australia, their union said Friday, accepting a deal proposed by Australia's industrial relations body.The union said workers from three Chevron gas facilities -- Gorgon, Wheatstone Platform and Wheatstone Downstream -- had met and decided to accept an agreement put forward by Australia's Fair Work Commission.
King Charles III on Friday puts the environment at the heart of the final day of his state visit to France, learning about climate-induced wildfires and visiting a sustainable vineyard in the heart of wine country.His last stop before heading home is a visit to Chateau Smith Haut Lafitte vineyard, which has become a model of sustainable practice.
Although book censorship isn't a new issue, the United States has seen an escalation in book bans and attempted bans since 2021.
Here is a complete timeline of Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner's divorce, who said what and when, legal filings and responses.
The Canadian Broadcasting Company revealed communications gathered about murder of Hardeep Singh Najjir
Working in industrial laundries at age 14, laboring up to 35 hours a week on top of school -- some US states are relaxing the barriers to employing minors, despite rising cases of exploitation.Federal laws authorize teenagers aged 14 and above to work three hours a day, and up to 18 hours a week during the school term.
A stealth campaign by Silicon Valley elites with a dream of turning a swath of California farmland into a new age city has ranchers who live here challenging their tactics and their motives.- Dream or delusion?
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NASA's first mission to retrieve an asteroid sample and return it to US soil is expected to reach a perilous finale on Sunday with a descent into the Utah desert."Sample return missions are hard.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un ordered unspecified steps to further develop relations with Russia after his recent visit to the country as his foreign rivals warn that any cooperation on military weapons would be dangerous and bring consequences. Experts speculated North Korea and Russia likely discussed banned arms transfer deals and other cooperation measures during Kim's six-day trip last week. During a Politburo meeting on Wednesday, Kim arranged for work to be done on further developing bilateral ties at "a new high level at the practical stage” to consolidate “the success” of his Russia trip, the official Korean Central News Agency said Friday.
Australia’s government reported Friday that it had a budget surplus of 22.1 billion Australian dollars ($14.2 billion) in the last fiscal year, the first time the nation’s books have been balanced in 15 years. The government cited low unemployment and high prices for the country's commodities, including iron ore, coal and gas. “We’re not currently anticipating a second surplus for the time being,” Chalmers told reporters.
The pilot told dispatchers: “Ma’am, a military jet crashed. I’m the pilot. We need to get rescue rolling. I’m not sure where the airplane is. It would have crash-landed somewhere. I ejected.”
Maury Povich is offering Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson a DNA test to show once and for all if they are related as brothers.