Afghanistan reversed its decision to allow girls to return to secondary schools the day they were supposed to reopen.
Six teen girls died Tuesday in a crash with a semi-truck.
The Dutch royal family will offer a castle on the Het Loo Palace grounds to six to eight Ukrainian refugee families.
The report, which analyzed more than 847,000 complaints of potential internet crimes, showed that these types of crimes rose 7 percent in 2021.
Couy Griffin was found guilty of illegally entering a restricted area on the day of the riot but acquitted of a disorderly conduct charge.
The accused Capitol rioter, who was indicted on 14 counts related to the January 6 attack, has fled the country.
Authorities have confirmed that a tornado touched down on Monday, but the full extent of its damage has not yet been specified.
Secretary of State Antony Blinken called the sanctioned individuals "perpetrators of human rights abuses."
Monday's incident comes as Sweden's gun violence rate has risen duel largely to increased gang activity.
The Republican former governor of Missouri was accused of domestic abuse in court documents related to a child custody dispute.
The state is seeing its first avian flu outbreak since 2015. The disease was first detected in turkeys at two animal feeding facilities.
A yacht owned by a Russian oligarch was stranded in Norway not because of sanctions, but because of locals not providing fuel.
The "People's Convoy" has reached Black Lives Matter Plaza in Washington, D.C.
U.S. gunmakers have to navigate complex regulations when sending weapons internationally, including to Ukraine.
"As the father of 3 young girls—2 of which are playing sports—this is the hill I am willing to die on," Christian Ziegler said in a note to Florida Republicans.
A former sheriff's deputy was convicted of a misdemeanor but avoided a felony charge for the shooting of a teen.
Three men were charged with racketeering after allegedly stealing thousands of gallons of diesel fuel.
Couy Griffin is going to trial next week for allegedly knowingly entering the Capitol on January 6.
The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame said her nomination, along with the other 16, had already been sent to the 1,200 voters who will decide on the inductees.
A Texas man has been charged with capital murder after a shooting inside a dental clinic.
The FBI has attributed most of the bomb threats targeting HBCUs to "one person and a small group."
Those who want to decertify the 2020 presidential election results are calling for Robin Vos' resignation.
The teen was charged with manslaughter after a gun was discharged in a Lubbock, Texas home, leaving a four-month-old dead.
The company will provide "travel benefits to facilitate access to adequate resources" due to "changes in reproductive health care laws in certain states."
The move, though in the works before Wednesday, comes the same day that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky spoke to members of the U.S. Congress.
A United Nations court ordered Russia to stop its invasion of Ukraine after the country said Russia violated a genocide convention.
The 7.3 magnitude quake hit the coast of Fukushima just days after the anniversary of the 9.0 magnitude quake that ravaged the area in 2011.
The Council of Europe's parliamentary assembly unanimously decided to expel Russia.
Arkady Dvorkovich, a former deputy prime minister of Russia, has spoken out against the war in Ukraine using terms currently banned by Russian officials.
The Croatian prime minister confirmed a drone that crashed into the capital over the weekend was armed with explosives.