UK poised to decide on allowing Huawei to build…

Britain's National Security Council is poised to decide whether to allow Chinese tech giant Huawei to build aspects of its new high-speed mobile network

Markets: Airbus boosts Europe amid virus nerves

After Asian shares continued to crumble on coronavirus fears, Europe got an early - if short-lived - boost from Airbus. David Pollard reports.

Newly Uncovered Atomic Spy May Have Been Key for…

Given the secrecy around the Manhattan Project in the 1940s, American scientists and historians have never been sure how the Soviet Union managed to join the atomic age as early as it did. Four years after the US set off the first atomic bomb, the Soviets detonated a similar one....

Wuhan officials face questions, anger over virus…

Top officials in the central Chinese city of Wuhan attended a Lunar New Year gala last week where performers were sniffling and sneezing

Airbus agrees to settle corruption probes with…

Airbus has agreed in principle to a settlement with French, British and U.S. authorities over an investigation into allegations of bribery and corruption, it said on Tuesday. Francis Maguire reports.

DNA Test Is In, and Ex-King Says Woman Is His…

Accepting the findings of a court-ordered DNA test, Belgium's former King Albert II conceded Monday that woman he's fought a legal battle with for years is his daughter. "The scientific conclusions show that he is the biological father of Mrs. Delphine Boël," his lawyer said in a statement. Boël, 51,...

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Asian demand for face masks soars on fears of…

Panic and pollution are driving a surging market for protective face masks in Asia, where fear of the virus from China is straining supplies and helping make mask-wearing the new normal

Violent protests return to Barcelona

Catalonia's parliament stripped the head of the region's pro-independence government of his rights as a regional lawmaker on Monday, angering supporters who scuffled with police outside the assembly. Michelle Hennessy reports.

US on Confusing Afghanistan Plane Crash: It Was…

After a flurry of confusing reports about a downed plane in eastern Afghanistan on Monday, the US military has confirmed it was a US Air Force plane that crashed. The rep for US forces in Afghanistan says the Bombardier E-11A crashed in the Ghazni province, the AP reports. US officials...

6 Catalan separatist prisoners return to regional…

Six former members of Catalonia’s regional government have been escorted from prison to attend a hearing at the regional parliament in Barcelona

Celebrities dazzle at Oscar nominees luncheon

Oscar nominees in all categories were celebrated on Monday (January 27) at the annual Academy luncheon.

Prince Andrew's Cooperation With Epstein Probe…

Prince Andrew's November 2019 BBC interview about his relationship with Jeffrey Epstein was called worse than a train wreck . His interview with the FBI and US prosecutors? Well, it hasn't really happened. Geoffrey S. Berman, the US attorney for the Southern District of New York, was asked during a Monday...

Airbus nears settlements with US, UK, French…

Airbus says it has reached potential settlement agreements with financial investigators in the U.S., Britain and France

Attorney: Dems' facts against Trump 'exonerate…

Mike Purpura, a member of President Donald Trump's legal team defending him in the Senate impeachment trial, said the House managers' evidence presented against Trump actually "exonerate" him.

Kim Jong Un's Aunt Makes Appearance, Ending Rumors

She was once an influential figure in North Korea, but Kim Kyong Hui hadn't been seen in public in six years. However, the aunt of Kim Jong Un just made a public appearance, putting an end to rumors she had been executed after her nephew came to power, reports the...

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Germany confirms 1st case of new virus from China

German authorities say a man confirmed as the country's first case of the new virus that emerged in China is believed to have been infected by a Chinese colleague who visited his workplace last week

Prince Andrew has provided 'zero cooperation' in…

U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York Geoffrey Berman said on Monday that Britain's Prince Andrew has provided "zero cooperation" in the FBI investigation into the activities and death of Jeffrey Epstein.

US to Evacuate Citizens From City at Heart of…

China continued to step up measures to deal with the coronavirus outbreak Sunday—but it may be far too late to stop the virus from spreading widely. The mayor of the city at the center of the outbreak disclosed Sunday that an estimated 5 million people left Wuhan before the...

The Latest: Rise in virus cases shows it's more…

An expert says the sharp rise in the number of infections in a virus outbreak in China suggests there has been significant human-to-human spread of the virus

GOP Senators feel the heat after Bolton…

Senate Republicans came under new pressure to allow witnesses and new documents in President Trump's impeachment trial after news that a former top aide wrote a book that undercuts Trump's versions of events in the Ukraine affair. Jonah Green reports.

New Boeing Jetliner Takes Off and Lands

Finally, good news for Boeing: Its new jetliner took off, flew, and landed without a hitch. A crowd watched the Boeing 777X (also called the 777-9 and 777-9X) complete its maiden flight north of Seattle on Saturday morning, Reuters reports. But the world's biggest twin-engined jetliner still requires FAA approval,...

Trump to unveil his Middle East peace plan amid…

President Donald Trump is set to unveil his administration’s much-anticipated Middle East peace plan in the latest American venture to resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict

Heavy fog likely on Bryant crash investigators…

Weather conditions appear likely to come under the scrutiny of investigators probing the helicopter crash that killed former NBA superstar Kobe Bryant, his daughter and seven others near Los Angeles on Sunday, when overcast skies and fog grounded other aircraft. Gavino Garay has more.

Iran's Military Lied to Government About Downing…

An officer of the Revolutionary Guards tried to reach the command center for instructions when he spotted what he thought was an unidentified aircraft near the airport in Tehran. He couldn't get through, leaving him seconds to make the decision himself. So the officer, on the military's highest alert for...

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New Zealand's Ardern seeking reelection in Sept…

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern may be lauded around the world as a liberal icon but whether she can translate that into a reelection victory in September remains uncertain

‘Leave history research to historians, not…

The presidents of Israel and Poland call for the end of historical revisionism on Holocasut memorial day, after Vladimir Putin's latest comments regarding World War II. Adam Reed reports.

Never Again, Pope Says of Holocaust

Monday, the 75th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz death camp, is Holocaust Remembrance Day. Speaking to the crowd in St. Peter's Square on Sunday, Pope Francis made a request, Reuters reports. "Indifference is inadmissible before this enormous tragedy, this atrocity, and memory is a duty," he said. "Tomorrow,...