The UN Security Council may soon approve an international intervention for Haiti, as gangs continue solidify their control over the country and civilians pay a heavy price.
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks to U.S. Special Envoy for Yemen, Tim Lenderking, about his recent efforts to rally international support for the war-ravage country
Archaeologists dug into a riverbank in Zambia and uncovered what they call the earliest known wood construction by humans. The half-million year-old artifacts could change how we see Stone-Age people.
Volodymyr Zelenskyy says he is making an effort to answer any legitimate questions concerning his administration and its conduct during the war in Ukraine.
The British prime minister watered down key climate policies, and critics including Al Gore are slamming the changes. Analysts say with elections coming up next year, the pivot is politically driven.
The auto workers union gears up to expand its strike. The Mid-Atlantic will be under a tropical storm warning this weekend. Zelenskyy talks to NPR about the state of the war and Ukraine's democracy.
Allies of Canada have so far had a muted response to allegations that a Canadian Sikh leader was killed by agents of the Indian government. Indian officials deny involvement.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy will speak to the Canadian Parliament on Friday as part of his campaign to bolster support from Western allies for Ukraine's war against the Russian invasion.
After making a deal to free Americans held in Iran, the U.S. is looking with other countries to find ways to stop countries from making arbitrary arrests.
In a visit to Washington, the Ukrainian leader faces a small but growing chorus of skepticism at new funding for the war, as $24 billion of aid hangs in limbo ahead of a possible government shutdown.