About 80 settlements in Nova Kakhovka region may be affected by flooding, Moscow says
Hundreds of journalists strike at biggest US newspaper chain
Journalists at two dozen local papers walked off the job to demand an end to painful cost-cutting measures and a change of leadership at Gannett.
California looks into whether Florida sent migrant flight to Sacramento
State attorney general is investigating whether Florida's government played a role in sending more than a dozen migrants in a battle over immigration.
US House panel members to see Afghanistan cable after subpoena threat
Chairman of the foreign affairs committee said Secretary of State Antony Blinken agreed members could see a cable on the US withdrawal from Afghanistan.
Trump lawyers meet Justice Department over documents inquiry
The former president's team met government lawyers as an inquiry into his handling of classified papers seems to be near an end.
Only Washington and Beijing can resolve Ukraine crisis, think tank's new director Bronwen Maddox tells The National
Research aimed to understand the link between heart attacks and the start of the working week