Argentines woke up ready to watch the national team play for its third World Cup title amid a national feeling of unity and joy that is rare for a country that has been engulfed in an economic crisis for years and has one of the worst inflation rates in the world
Millions of people could be at risk from decades of pollution 3M has discharged into one of the nation’s major waterways and emitted into the air without limits since the company began production of forever chemicals at its Cordova plant in 1975.
The Ravens played their ugliest game of the season, piling up turnovers, special teams mishaps and unfinished drives as they managed just a field goal in a 13-3 loss to the thoroughly unremarkable Cleveland Browns. Not on Saturday in Cleveland. Their running game— 198 yards on 28 carries— was the only beacon shining through the Cleveland snow, but offensive...
One needs to look no further than Bishop Stang’s Jacob Cookinham to get a feel for the talent that is back this indoor season. Cookinham was in absolute beast mode when he popped a 62-foot, 4-3/4-inch effort to capture the shot put gold medal at the Meet of Champions (formerly All-States). He returns as the […]
Art restorers in Venice are conducting an ambitious monitoring project to analyze and intervene early on precious artworks and elaborate ornamentation at a landmark Venetian palace that was at the heart of political life in the powerful maritime Republic of Venice.
Elon Musk’s abrupt suspension of several journalists who cover Twitter widens a growing rift between the social media site and media organizations that have used the platform to build their audiences. Individual reporters with The New York Times, The Washington Post, CNN, Voice of America and other news agencies saw their accounts go dark Thursday. The suspensions continued through Saturday with a Washington Post journalist and a Business Insider columnist who published a series of articles between 2018 and 2021 highlighting what she called dangerous Tesla manufacturing shortcomings. Many advertisers abandoned Twitter over content moderation questions after Musk acquired it in October. Now he risks a rupture with media organizations, which are among the most active on the platform.
Russia’s war on Ukraine tested U.S. ties with India this year as New Delhi abstained from condemning Moscow’s aggression and imported vastly more Russian energy. Sarah Zaman reports that despite their differences over Russia, the U.S. and India’s shared concern about China kept the allies close.
With two of the country’s oldest presidents poised to compete for the office in 2024, Americans are increasingly asking how old is too old to lead a nation where the average resident is in their 30s? VOA’s Anita Powell reports from the White House.
Once again it’s the girls’ 1000 that shapes up to be one of the most intriguing and competitive events of the indoor season. Brookline’s Camille Jordan had a monster cross country campaign and looks like the early favorite after taking second last winter at the Meet of Champions with a fast 2:55.68. Norton’s Shea Podbelski […]
Communities in eastern Congo are struggling to survive in the wake of a massacre in which at least 130 were killed by M23 rebels in what the United Nations called “unspeakable violence” against civilians.
In recent years, Peru has been no stranger to political turmoil. It currently is on its sixth president in seven years — or should still be on its fifth, according to the crowds whose protests led to a declaration of a state of emergency in mid-December. They took to the streets after a day in which President Pedro Castillo declared congress dissolved only to be swiftly impeached by it and jailed after he tried to flee to the Mexican embassy. Now Peru’s conflicts are causing rifts across Latin A
Pope Francis revealed in a new interview published on Sunday that after he was elected in 2013 he signed a letter of resignation to be used if someday severe and permanent health problems made it impossible to carry out his duties.