Another big fight is brewing over the U.S. debt ceiling. But what is it, really, and what happens when the U.S. hits the ceiling?
SEOUL, South Korea — South Korea has reported a new daily high for coronavirus cases, putting pressure on authorities to extend their toughest distancing rules.
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden on Monday ordered the State Department to create a working group to review U.S. remittance policy to ensure that money that Cuban Americans send home makes it directly into the hands of their families without the regime taking a cut.
Tom Gouttierre, the longtime dean of UNO’s Center for Afghanistan Studies, believes that U.S. troops offer a measure of stability to the country, and he fears what will happen when they're gone.
The Biden administration is blaming China for a hack of Microsoft Exchange email server software that compromised computers around the world earlier this year.
NOISE Omaha staff members are not among the 38 media representatives approved for press credentials since the Nebraska Governor's Office created a new media credentialing process.
Bluffs Run Greyhound Race Park, the first legal gambling establishment in Council Bluffs, opened in 1986 off of South 24th Street and Intersta…
"I just don't see why ... unless it's trying to create a political issue," the secretary of agriculture said in a telephone interview.
TOKYO (AP) — Fans will be banned from Tokyo-area stadiums and arenas when the Olympics begin in two weeks, the city’s governor said Thursday after meeting with organizers of the pandemic-postponed games.
Fans are banned from the pandemic-postponed Tokyo Olympics which will open in two weeks, following a state of emergency announced Thursday.
TOKYO (AP) — Surging COVID-19 cases in Tokyo have hit a two-month high that almost guarantees the Japanese government will declare a new state…
Ed Sheeran may be an international pop star but he still has to quarantine like anyone else entering the UK from the US and he received a call from the Home Office during a recent podcast to check he was following government guidelines.
After nearly 20 years, the U.S. military left Bagram Airfield, the epicenter of its war to oust the Taliban and hunt down the al-Qaida perpetrators of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
Opinion: Waiting to see whether a particular substance is proven to be harmful before it's regulated is no longer feasible, not when we are ingesting thousands of substances from multiple sources.
UNITED NATIONS (AP) — The U.N. disarmament chief warned Tuesday that digital technologies are lowering barriers to malicious intrusions and opening potential areas for governments, armed groups, terrorists and criminals to carry out attacks, including across international borders.
A report summarizing what the U.S. knows about “unidentified aerial phenomena” — better known as UFOs — was released Friday, but it didn't have many clear-cut answers.
VANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP) — Leaders of Indigenous groups in Canada said Thursday investigators have found more than 600 unmarked graves at the site of a former residential school for Indigenous children — a discovery that follows last month's report of 215 bodies found at another school.
John McAfee, the creator of the McAfee antivirus software, has been found dead in his cell in a jail near Barcelona, hours after a Spanish court ruled in favor of his extradition to the U.S.