It was the end of another day of violent demonstrations in Hong Kong. The tear gas had dispersed and the crowds that had filled the streets were gone. The few demonstrators who remained were scattered
A 21-year-old college student worked at a Texas hotel for 32 hours alone during a flood. Guests say he's a hero
(CNN) — When Satchel Smith's father dropped him off for his shift at Homewood Suites in Beaumont, Texas, he expected the day to be like any other: He'd start at 3 p.m. and leave around 11 p.m. that night.
PARIS (AP) — Clusters of anti-government activists in Paris repeatedly scuffled with police who responded with tear gas Saturday as supporters of France's yellow vest protests tried to revive the movement
Young Life, a religious group with an unofficial presence at Duke, excludes LGBTQ people from holding leadership positions. Duke University’s student government denied official status to a religious organization
After reigning in the auto industry as the powertrain of choice for a century, the internal combustion engine is finally dying. Now even Daimler says that it is stopping development of new internal combustion
Iran’s foreign minister has warned that any attack on his country after a series of missile strikes on Saudi Arabia’s oil industry would result in “all-out war”. Javad Zarif also demanded that Riyadh over
Saudi Arabia’s state-of-the-art missile defence systems could do nothing to stop the swarm of drones and cruise missiles that struck some of its most important oil infrastructure at the weekend. They designed
The Department of Defense has advocated for restraint, but it has provided a briefing on military options to President Donald Trump. The attack on a major Saudi oil facility originated geographically Iranian
Gifts pass from hand to hand: they endure through such transmission, as every time a gift is given it is enlivened and regenerated through the new spiritual life it engenders both in the giver and in receiver.
Trump is even trying to sell the Saudis nuclear technology. What would you think, were you in Iran’s shoes? Like a furious maelstrom, roiled by opposing currents, the crisis in the Gulf gains in intensity
GENEVA (Reuters) - Forced recruitment of child soldiers is increasing in South Sudan despite a peace deal last year, the head of a United Nations investigating body said on Monday, adding that a return
Yemen faces an existential threat, the United Nations special envoy has said, as he prepares to brief the UN security council on the country’s devastating, multi-faceted conflict. The UN meeting comes
By day, Lucy is a flight attendant. Dressed in a neat uniform, she politely offers passengers meals and drinks while they cruise at 35,000 feet. Recently though, she’s been switching shifts to make sure