President Putin will officially annex four regions in Ukraine that have become part of Russia, after holding a referendum that the international community broadly denounced as a sham.
Israelis seeking non-religious or same-sex weddings have been going abroad for years. Lately hundreds of couples got married over Zoom from Utah. An Israeli court ruled those marriages are valid.
NPR's Leila Fadel talks to PBS NewsHour's Simon Ostrovsky about what the earlier annexation of Crimea might suggest for what happens now for the next areas Russia is trying to annex.
Naples saw flooding, property damage and power outages while taking the force of Hurricane Ian. NPR's Rachel Martin talks with Naples City Manager Jay Boodheshwar about the impact.
After roaring ashore as a powerful category 4 hurricane, Ian has been losing steam. People on Florida's Gulf coast are beginning to assess the damage from the storm.
Britain's currency weakened to a record low against the U.S. dollar, while government borrowing costs shot up. This happened after the new conservative government announced new economic proposals.
Ian roared ashore in Florida as a Category 4 hurricane. EU officials are concerned about explosions at Nord Stream pipelines. Britain's pound weakens to a record low against the U.S. dollar.
Young Palestinian men — in their teens and twenties — are taking up guns and organizing into small militias with names like the Lion's Den.
Researchers at Queen's University Belfast collected samples of human breath and sweat from volunteers working on a math problem. The pups could detect stressed-out samples with more than 90% accuracy.
The White House hosted a conference this week to focus attention on hunger, nutrition and health. Food banks are having a tough time — dealing with the pandemic and now inflation.