White House officials on Sunday denied Iranian state media reports that the US has reached an agreement with Iran to lift economic sanctions against the country, saying that there is still much to be negotiated over the coming weeks.
CNN's Fareed Zakaria speaks with Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and asks how she would grade President Biden's first 100 days in office.
Serie A: Inter Milan wins first Scudetto since 2010 to break Juventus' stranglehold on Italian football
It's been 11 years coming, but Inter Milan clinched its first Serie A title in over a decade on Sunday after Atalanta failed to win at Sassuolo.
Cindy McCain, widow of late Republican Sen. John McCain, says she has faith in President Biden's decision to remove US troops from Afghanistan but believes the effort will be "for nothing" if not executed correctly.
The organizers of Oktoberfest, Munich's heralded and raucous annual beer festival, have sought to reassure distraught Germans by dismissing rumors that the event will move to Dubai.
At least 93 police officers were injured and 354 people arrested in Berlin during Labor Day protests on Saturday.
At least five civilians and one police officer have died during protests against a government tax reform in Colombia since the start of unresrt this week, the country's Ombudsman said Saturday.
"United Shades of America" returns tonight with an episode on policing in America. And while that may seem like we ripped it from all the recent headlines, in reality the headlines just haven't changed that much since the show went off the air last summer.
Vaccines could yet kick-start international travel, but it's a long time coming for international families forced to live apart in a time where -- because of inflexible Covid border restrictions -- it often takes the death of loved one to bring them back together.
Fox News issued a correction after its anchors claimed that President Joe Biden is trying to require Americans to sharply reduce their consumption of red meat. CNN's Jim Acosta tears into that and other falsehoods reported across conservative media about the Biden administration.
As families bury their dead, recriminations begin over deadly crush at a religious festival in Israel
As the Shabbat drew to a close in Israel, funerals for the victims of Friday's crush at Mount Meron have resumed -- and so have the recriminations over the mountaintop disaster that killed 45 people, including children.
The United States has fully vaccinated more than 100 million people against Covid-19, according to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention -- a milestone that comes with optimism about the future.
In her new book, "Disordered Cosmos: A Journey into Dark Matter, Spacetime, and Dreams Deferred," theoretical physicist Chanda Prescod-Weinstein invites readers into the universe as she sees it — and as a self-described queer agender Black woman, she sees it differently than many people.
Law enforcement agencies responded to an active shooter situation late Saturday at the Oneida Casino near Green Bay, Wisconsin.
Months after voters ousted Donald Trump from the White House, the fractures within the GOP are in sharp relief as the party wrestles with its post-Trump identity and prominent Republicans who stood up to him after the January 6 insurrection are feeling heat from his base with primaries brewing ahead of next year's midterms.