Family of Ukrainian Plane Victims Says Iran's Apology 'Not Enough'
"We were all screaming and screaming," Navaz Ebrahim told CNN. "That was a tragic night, a tragic
Iran Experiences Web Outages During Protests Over Downed Plane'
Internet mapping tools and security analysts indicate new internet downtime aligned with the
admission that its military shot down Ukraine International Airlines Flight 752.
Photos of Philippines Volcano Eruption Show 'State of Calamity'
Tens of thousands of people have been urged to leave their homes and officials warned more
Journalist Claims to Capture U.S. Envoy's Phone Briefing on Northeast Syria
On Friday, Russia used its veto threat to force the United Nations Security Council to adopt a
that reduces the delivery of humanitarian aid and access to medical assistance.
GOP Congressman 'Not Afraid' of John Bolton's Testimony to Trump Trial
Texas Representative Dan Crenshaw also asked why House Democrats did not subpoena President Donald
former national security adviser during the impeachment inquiry.
Canadian CEO Blames 'Narcissist' Trump for Plane Shot Down
Michael McCain said the 176 people killed aboard Ukraine International Airlines Flight 752 were
"collateral damage" of President Donald Trump's "irresponsible" behavior.
Prince Harry and Prince William Jointly Deny U.K. Newspaper Bullying Rumor
A spokesperson for the princes said a story about the relationship between the brothers is
'No Way' Esper Wouldn't Have Seen Seen Same Iran Intel as Trump: McFaul
Mark Esper appeared to contradict the president on Sunday, when he said he had not seen evidence
was planning attacks on four American embassies.
HIV May Be Getting More Infectious as a Result of 'Natural Selection'
"Viruses, like all organisms, adapt and evolve," co-author Joel Wertheim told Newsweek.
Oscar Nominations 2020: Fans Express Outrage as Lupita Nyong'o Snubbed
The 2020 Oscar nominations have been released, and Twitter called out some of the Academy's
women and people of color.