Breaches by Iran-affiliated hackers spanned multiple U.S. states, federal agencies say
A Pennsylvania water authority was just one of multiple organizations breached.
London police make arrests as pro-Palestinian supporters stage events across Britain
Protests are part of a “day of action” organized by campaigners around Britain.
Sheriff says Alabama family’s pet 'wolf-hybrid’ killed their 3-month-old boy
The family's pet is a hybrid animal that was part dog, part wolf.
Gun factory in upstate New York with roots in 19th century set to close
The current version of Remington Arms will close its Mohawk Valley facility.
7.6-magnitude earthquake strikes off the Philippines and a tsunami warning is issued
A tsunami warning was issued after the quake struck off the coast of Mindanao.
West Virginia prison inmate indicted on murder charge in missing daughter's death
A West Virginia prison inmate whose infant daughter has been missing for more than two years has been indicted on murder and other charges
At COP28 meeting, oil companies pledge to combat methane. Environmentalists call it a "smokescreen"
Fifty oil companies are pledging to reach near-zero methane emissions.
Police raid Moscow gay bars after Supreme Court LGBTQ+ ruling
Russian security forces have raided gay clubs and bars across Moscow less than 48 hours after the country’s top court banned what it called the “global LGBTQ+ movement” as an extremist organization
A 5.5 magnitude earthquake jolts Bangladesh
Bangladesh has been jolted by an earthquake that residents dozens of miles away in Dhaka say shook buildings