Saule Omarova requested to no longer be the nominee to serve as Office of the Comptroller of the Currency.
Neighbouring countries are being drawn into the state crackdown on pro-democracy protests in Belarus.
Ibrahim questions what it means to be Danish in his fight to stop Denmark’s controversial ghetto laws.
Young would be first Black woman in US history to hold the powerful White House budget and policy post.
Under inspection, a forensic investigator leads her unit to crime scenes in one of Mexico’s most violent cities.
Sudan coup leader General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan says he is committed to transferring power to civilian leadership.
Peru’s Congress will hold critical vote on whether to confirm left-wing President Pedro Castillo’s new cabinet.
Why have governments so far failed to take the tough but necessary action required to tackle global warming?
Analysts say reaching consensus on pressing issues at the annual leader’s summit could prove elusive.
General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan suspends key provisions of constitutional document governing Sudan’s transitional period.
Democrat-controlled House of Representatives Tuesday voted to temporarily increase debt limit amid looming default.
Democrats and Republicans agree to suspend the limit on US Treasury’s ability to issue new debt until early December.
Have this year’s protests in Colombia reignited a deadly uprising supposedly settled five years ago?
US president calls on Republicans to allow measure raising the debt limit to come to a vote in the Senate.