Paris 2024 Olympics: Inside New Zealand’s worst Olympic Games - Sydney 2000

After the sky high expectations of a 'home' Olympics, the tally of four medals stung.

Colombian president pushes for health, labor changes as new session of congress opens

Colombian President Gustavo Petro says his administration will propose legislation aimed at overhauling the nation’s health sector and will also pursue changes to labor laws

India has ramped up its wind and solar energy. It now needs to expand places to store it

India’s lithium ion battery storage industry — which can store electricity generated by wind turbines or solar panels for when the sun isn’t shining or the wind isn’t blowing — makes up just 0.1% of global battery...

South Korea says North Korea has again launched balloons likely carrying trash toward South Korea

South Korea says North Korea has again launched balloons likely carrying trash toward South Korea

North Korea flies more balloons likely carrying trash after the South resumes propaganda broadcasts

South Korea says North Korea has again launched balloons likely carrying trash toward South Korea

Greek border guard shot in abdomen while patrolling border with Turkey

A Greek border guard has been shot in the abdomen while patrolling the Greek-Turkish border

California officials say largest trial court in US victim of ransomware attack

California officials say that a ransomware attack has shut down the computer system of the largest trial court in the country

8.5 million computers running Windows affected by faulty update from CrowdStrike

As the world continues to recover from massive business and travel disruptions caused by a faulty software update from cybersecurity firm CrowdStrike, malicious actors are trying to exploit the situation for their own gain

Pope Francis accepts the resignation of a Colombian bishop mentioned in a book on sexual abuse

Pope Francis has accepted the resignation of a Colombian bishop who was mentioned in a book about priests and bishops who have allegedly committed acts of sexual abuse

8.5 million computers running Windows affected by faulty update from CrowdStrike

As the world continues to recover from massive business and travel disruptions caused by a faulty software update from cybersecurity firm CrowdStrike, malicious actors are trying to exploit the situation for their own gain

A Houthi-controlled TV station reports intense airstrikes in Hodeidah, Yemen and says they appear to be Israeli

A Houthi-controlled TV station reports intense airstrikes in Hodeidah, Yemen and says they appear to be Israeli

The Israeli military says it has struck "military targets" of Houthi rebels in Yemen in response to attacks on Israel

The Israeli military says it has struck "military targets" of Houthi rebels in Yemen in response to attacks on Israel

Lebanon's Hezbollah fires dozens of rockets at Israeli kibbutz after drone strike wounds civilians

Lebanon’s militant Hezbollah group says its fighters have fired dozens of rockets into northern Israel targeting a kibbutz for the first time in nine months

Ethnic Greek politician returns to prison in Albania after attending European Parliament opening

A member of Albania’s ethnic Greek minority returned to prison after a five-day reprieve to attend the opening session of the European Parliament where he was elected to represent Greece’s ruling party

Disneyland workers authorize potential strike ahead of continued contract negotiations

Thousands of workers at Disney’s theme park and resort properties in California have voted to authorize a potential strike, as contract negotiations drag on

AP PHOTOS: Remnants of lives interrupted by war half a century ago captured in Cyprus' buffer zone

A rickety piano leans crookedly against a peeling apartment wall, pots and pans filled with dust rest on a stove that has seen much better days and a book, its pages turning yellow with time, lies open next to a rusty tin can; signs of homes, once...

Tech outage latest | Airlines rush to get back on track after global tech disruption

Transport providers, businesses and governments are rushing to get all their systems back online after long disruptions following a widespread technology outage

CrowdStrike failure highlights the fragility of globally connected technology

Airlines, banks, hospitals and other risk-averse organizations around the world chose cybersecurity company CrowdStrike to protect their computer systems from hackers and data breaches

Tech outage latest | Airlines rush to get back on track after global tech disruption

Transport providers, businesses and governments are rushing to get all their systems back online after long disruptions following a widespread technology outage

CrowdStrike failure highlights the fragility of globally connected technology

Airlines, banks, hospitals and other risk-averse organizations around the world chose cybersecurity company CrowdStrike to protect their computer systems from hackers and data breaches

At least 6 dead and thousands without power as Russia continues strikes on Ukraine

At least two people were killed and three more injured after a Russian missile strike on infrastructure in Ukraine’s north-eastern Kharkiv region, said Gov. Oleh Syniehubov said Saturday