UN chief Antonio Guterres says pollution in New York is sign of climate crisis to come
Conservative revolt puts US House on pause until next week
Speaker Kevin McCarthy said votes would be delayed as hardline Republicans force the chamber into a holding pattern over its agenda.
New York City sues 30 counties over 'xenophobic' migrant orders
The latest in a continuing battle between city officials and local leaders results in a lawsuit as New York struggles to care for an asylum seekers influx.
Trial opens for former Florida deputy in Parkland school shooting
Opening arguments began at the trial of a former sheriff's deputy accused of failing to protect pupils during the 2018 mass shooting at Parkland's Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
US trade deficit widens to six-month high and is expected to dent economic growth
The US trade deficit widened by the most in eight years in April as imports of goods rebounded while exports of energy products declined.
Ex-Soviet republic with strong European aspirations is in state of 'unstable equilibrium', its energy chief tells The National
Researchers tell The National insomnia symptoms are linked to increased chances of a stroke, especially in young adults