Did a Florida county wait too long to issue evacuation orders as Hurricane Ian loomed? Brazil's presidential election goes to a runoff later this month. The Supreme Court begins a new term Monday.
The director of the fishing tournament in Ohio estimated the five walleye to be about 20 pounds total, and became suspicious when they weighed in at 34 pounds.
Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelenskyy says the key railway hub is under his country's control. Russian forces had been using the rail lines to resupply their troops farther south in Ukraine.
On Monday jury selection begins in the Waukesha Christmas Parade murder trial. The suspect is accused of killing six people after driving an SUV through last year's parade.
The city of Arcadia, Fla., is 50 miles inland from the Gulf Coast, but it's still grappling with the water Hurricane Ian dumped last week. The flooded Peace River has cut off thousands of homes.
Native American actress and activist Sacheen Littlefeather is best known for appearing in place of Marlon Brando on stage at the 1973 Oscars.
As unprecedented rains lashed Pakistan, residents built their own embankments to save a large town, took over public schools for shelter and set up a boat highway for transport.
NPR's Leila Fadel talks to Andrew Weiss of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace about Russia annexing four Ukrainian territories and how that could escalate the war.
The auto industry is undergoing a once-in-a-century transformation as it goes all in on electric vehicles. Certain white-collar workers may be among the first to feel the impact.
In Manatee County, Hurricane Ian spared residents in that part of Florida from severe devastation. The storm did knock out power to scores of people and the wind knocked down trees