Myanmar's former elected leader, who is among 3,400 estimated political prisoners arrested in an ongoing military coup, said at a Monday court hearing that she is frustrated by delays in the court's response to requests to meet with her lawyers.
A shortage of oxygen and surging COVID rates are ravaging hospitals in India, which reported Monday that more than 117 people in the country are dying every hour as its new infection total reached more than 17.3 million.
While AstraZeneca was contracted to deliver 300 million doses across the EU, 30 million were delivered in the first quarter of 2021, according to European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen.
French anti-terrorism prosecutor Jean-Francois Ricard told reporters Friday that the statements made by the suspected assailant in a Friday stabbing of a police official suggest he staked out the police station in advance.
Facing criticism from the international community, which argues that ejecting Syrians would put their lives at risk, the Danish government is pointing to initial stipulations made six years ago that Denmark would house Syrians only temporarily.
A major private hospital, Max Hospital, tweeted on Thursday that it had one hour of oxygen left at one of its locations and was waiting for supplies since the morning.
Major General William Cooley faces court-martial for sexual assault charges, the service announced Tuesday regarding the two-star general, who previously headed the Air Force Research Lab.
The State University of Aerospace Instrumentation in St. Petersburg, Russia, told students on Wednesday that protesting in support of opposition leader Alexei Navalny would get them expelled.
As international peace talks between warring factions in Afghanistan were postponed on Wednesday, Germany's Defense Ministry said a July 4 withdrawal from Afghanistan by NATO troops is being considered, more than two months ahead of the U.S.
Facing the risk of losing millions of dollars in funding, Montana lawmakers amended a controversial bill on Tuesday that would ban transgender athletes from competing in school and college sports according to the gender with which they identify.
Organizers in the recall of California Governor Gavin Newsom, including the Republican Governors Association and the leader of the grassroots group that led signature gathering, said they will not get involved in candidate endorsements.
The digital currency Dogecoin, which continues to see a meteoric rise in value, is now worth as much as Dow Inc. and the producer of Kleenex and Huggies after fans of the cryptocurrency set out to raise its value from roughly half of a cent to $1.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi told reporters on Monday that Representative Maxine Waters has no reason to apologize for comments she made in Minnesota that resulted in backlash from Republicans.
Representative Jared Patterson took the tragedy as an opportunity to Tweet about HB 1927, a bill approved by the House last Thursday that eliminates licenses for handguns in Texas unless they're prohibited by state or federal laws from owning a firearm.
The islands, which Japan calls the Senkakus, are a territory at the center of a hostile dispute between the two nations.
"'General Biden' has been wrong about every military decision in recent memory," the South Carolina senator tweeted.
Judge Peter Cahill said jurors should "plan for long, hope for short" as the defense rested its case on Thursday after two days of testimony. Chauvin, the ex-Minneapolis police officer, faces second- and third-degree murder and manslaughter charges in the death of George Floyd.
Rachel Moran, a University of St. Thomas law professor, said Wednesday that the charges against former Brooklyn Center police officer Kim Potter are serious, but still a compromise.
In the days leading up to a United Nations-led summit on Afghanistan's peace process, a former adviser to the Afghan government said he does not expect the cooperation of the Taliban.
Athletes slated to compete in Japan's 2021 Olympics may perform to empty stands, officials in Japan's ruling party announced Thursday.
The Biden administration is working to reverse a Trump-era family policy directive that caused Planned Parenthood to leave the federal family planning program, a move that officials believe may have resulted in an estimated 180,000 unplanned pregnancies.
Despite an onslaught of criticism from Republicans and calls to travel to the scene of the U.S. migration crisis, Harris said top aides have been delegated to oversee the issues at the southern border.
In excerpts of a planned Wednesday speech released by the White House, Biden says he will not allow a fifth president to inherit the conflict in Afghanistan due to the nearly 20-year-old 9/11 tragedy.
Coinbase is set to become the most valuable exchange in the U.S. based on current $100 billion predictions ahead of its public debut, but analysts warn that these expectations are likely overvalued for such a nascent company.
A new study shows that amid a nationwide exodus from cities in 2020, San Francisco, the most expensive place to live in the U.S., lost more residents than any other metro area.
Beauty queen and Mrs. World 2020 title-holder Caroline Jurie is stepping down after snatching the crown off the head of the Mrs. Sri Lanka pageant winner on Sunday, allegedly causing injuries that resulted in Jurie's arrest.
Fox News guests Geraldo Rivera and Leo Terrell launched into a shouting match during Bill Hemmer's segment on a new crime plan for St. Louis.
President Joe Biden's $2 trillion infrastructure plan and its earmarks are raising some eyebrows, and a central question: What is infrastructure?
Egypt is seeking more than $1 billion in damages for its role in freeing the Ever Given, the ship that wedged itself in the Suez Canal on March 23.
A year after COVID-19 forced the companies to shift to remote operations, a survey shows the majority of New York City's 1.6 million commuters is still homebound.