Russian Government Resigns As Putin Plots Post-Presidency Power Grab

The resignations came hours after the president proposed new constitutional amendments to boost parliament's powers. ... Read more »

Greta Thunberg Provides Inspiration For Hilarious Public Salt Truck Naming Poll

Residents in Manchester, England, voted to name the city's fleet of highway maintenance vehicles after a variety of beloved figures. ... Read more »

30,000 People Flee As Taal Volcano Continues To Spew Lava Near Philippine Capital

Officials have warned the volcano, which began erupting on Sunday, could be on the cusp of a much bigger and more... Read more »

Video Appears To Show Iranian Security Forces Shooting At Protesters

Demonstrators protested against the country's initial denial that it shot down a Ukrainian plane. ... Read more »

Sydney Opera House Honors Firefighters With Photos, Thanks On Its ‘Sails’

"Thank you, Firies," said the message to those battling Australia's record-breaking wildfires. ... Read more »

Lava Gushes From Philippine Volcano As Ash Spreads To Manila

The sudden eruption of ash and steam forced villagers to flee en masse and shut down Manila’s international airport, offices and... Read more »

‘Operation Rock Wallaby’ Airdrops Food To Australia’s Fire-Affected Animals

Thousands of pounds of carrots and sweet potatoes were airdropped across New South Wales. ... Read more »

Iran’s Only Female Olympic Medalist Says She Has Permanently Left The Country

Taekwondo fighter Kimia Alizadeh defected from Iran, accusing its ruling regime of "injustice" by exploiting Iranian women as political tools. ... Read more »

Explosive Book Alleging Underage Sexual Relationship With French Writer Prompts Outcry

Vanessa Springora's “Consent” is also being hailed by child-protection activists as a possible watershed moment for France. ... Read more »

Iran Braces For More Protests After Admitting Ukrainian Plane Shot Down

The plane crash killed all 176 people on board, mostly Iranians and Iranian-Canadians. ... Read more »

After Five Weeks Of Protests, French Prime Minister Offers Concession To Unions

French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe offered to withdraw plans to raise the age for access to full pension benefits, hoping to... Read more »

Reports: Anti-Government Protests Break Out In Iran Over Downing Of Passenger Plane

Iran's belated admission of blame has squandered the national unity seen after Qassem Soleimani's assassination. ... Read more »

Iran Faces Tough Questions At Home And Abroad After It Admits To Downing Plane

Iran initially denied that a missile downed the Ukrainian airliner for days. ... Read more »

First Full Moon Of 2020 Is A Striking Celestial Sight

Friday night's "wolf moon" was snapped by stargazers around the world. ... Read more »

Iran Admits It Shot Down Ukrainian Plane By Mistake

The head of the Revolutionary Guard's aerospace division said an officer mistook the passenger plane for a cruise missile. ... Read more »

As Iran And U.S. Take Step Back From The Brink, Canada Grieves

What began with a drone attack on Gen. Qassem Soleimani ended with 176 people, including 138 passengers on their way to... Read more »

Iraqi Prime Minister Tells U.S. To Decide Mechanism For Troop Withdrawal

The request comes after Iraqi lawmakers passed a non-binding resolution to oust U.S. troops following a strike that killed top Iranian... Read more »

American Firefighters Greeted With Cheers In Australia Upon Arrival To Combat Fires

Shane Fitzsimmons, commissioner of New South Wales Rural Fire Service, shared a video of the emotional moment on Twitter. ... Read more »

Are Harry And Meghan Actually Going To Be ‘Financially Independent’?

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are renouncing the Sovereign Grant, but what about their income from the Duchy of Cornwall... Read more »

Iran Investigators Say Ukrainian Plane Never Called For Help

Ukrainian investigators are also assisting in the probe of the disaster that killed 176 people. ... Read more »