The governor’s Asia trip came as the state’s lead partners are backing out of the Alaska LNG megaproject the state is preparing to take over.
A new trove of leaked documents shows close associates of Russian President Vladimir Putin moved vast sums of money to offshore accounts.
The Federal Aviation Administration is now allowing American flights in and out Israel. With that, here’s what you need to know as the conflict in Gaza goes into day 17:
At least 120 people in the Gaza Strip have been killed in Israeli airstrikes as both sides exchange fire across the tense border. NPR’s Ari Shapiro reports that Israeli tanks and reserve troops are poised for a possible ground invasion.
China is poised to surpass the United States this year as the world’s biggest economy, says an estimate released Wednesday by the World Bank’s International Comparison Program.
The report, first obtained by CNN and The Guardian, says the bodies in the photographs “showed signs of starvation, brutal beatings, strangulation, and other forms of torture and killing.”
In the hours following an announcement by the Taliban and the United States saying they were ready to begin peace talks, we received reminders of just how tenuous that situation is: On Tuesday night the Taliban said they fired two rockets near Bagram airbase in Kabul.
An earthquake measuring magnitude 6.3 struck southwestern Iran near the Persian Gulf, in the vicinity of the country’s only nuclear power plant, on Tuesday.