About 80 settlements in Nova Kakhovka region may be affected by flooding, Moscow says
Atlanta approves 'Cop City' police training centre hit by protests
The city council approved funding for a new training centre that protesters have fought for years due to concerns about heavy-handed policing and the environment.
Human Rights Campaign declares LGBTQ state of emergency in US
The largest advocacy organisation in the country declared its first national state of emergency, blaming proliferation of state laws directly affecting LGBTQ people.
US passenger rail Amtrak CEO says rider numbers near pre-pandemic levels
Chief executive Stephen Gardner told legislators the company expects traffic to reach 84% of 2019 levels but suffer $800m in losses this budget year.
Florida says it had role in flying migrants to California
The state government of Florida acknowledged a role in sending two flights of migrants to Sacramento, but claimed all of them travelled voluntarily.
Ex-Soviet republic with strong European aspirations is in state of 'unstable equilibrium', its energy chief tells The National
Drinking a mere 70ml of the juice every day for six months lowers heart incidents by nearly half, research suggests