German Chancellor Olaf Scholz is kicking off a three-nation trip to Africa that will include stops in Senegal, Niger and South Africa
A military plane carrying enough specialty infant formula for more than half a million baby bottles arrived Sunday in Indianapolis, the first of several flights expected from Europe aimed at relieving a shortage that has sent parents scrambling to find enough to feed their children.
This article is part of The D.C. Brief, TIME’s politics newsletter. Sign up here to get stories like this sent to your inbox. HIRAM, Ga.—Andrea Baerwalde had something of a fashion crisis recently as she prepared to go to her local grocery store. The speech therapist was wearing a Stacey Abrams T-shirt, a piece of… Continue reading In Marjorie Taylor Greene’s Deep-Red District, Democrats Eye a (Very Small) Opening
MOUND, Minn. — A 28-year-old woman has been arrested after police found her 6-year-old son’s body in the trunk of her bloodied car in a Minneapolis suburb, authorities and family members said. Orono police said the woman and a man were arrested on suspicion of murder after the boy’s body was found Friday following a… Continue reading Police in Minnesota Arrest Woman After 6-Year-Old Son’s Body Found in Trunk
Community members and land owners at a popular lake southwest of Edmonton gathered Saturday evening to voice their concerns about a feedlot proposed in their community.
More than 6,000 runners took part in the Blue Nose Marathon race weekend in Halifax. The 2020 event was cancelled due to COVID-19 and the 2021 race was rescheduled.
Russia pressed its offensive in eastern Ukraine on Sunday as Poland’s president traveled to Kyiv to support the country’s European Union aspirations.
Ten children have now been found to be suffering from a severe case of hepatitis over a five-month period including a new case in Alberta
A famed and ancient grove of redwood trees in Northern California that was damaged by an influx of visitors has reopened to the public with a new 1,300-foot-long elevated boardwalk. When word got out on social media about the once-secret off-trail location of the Grove of Titans in Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park, visitors flocked… Continue reading Famed California redwood grove damaged by visitors reopens with new elevated boardwalk
Getty NEW YORK — White Sox closer Liam Hendriks didn’t mince words, blasting Yankees third baseman Josh Donaldson’s explanation for calling Sox shortstop Tim Anderson “Jackie” Saturday “delusional.” Donaldson said it was an inside joke. The Sox viewed it as offensive, and the multiple exchanges between Donaldson and Anderson during the Yankees’ 7-5 victory resulted… Continue reading White Sox’ Liam Hendriks calls Yankee Josh Donaldson “delusional”
Cubs get ‘good news’ on Contreras’ hamstring injury originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago The Cubs got good news regarding starting catcher Willson Contreras and his hamstring injury. Contreras, who exited early Saturday with hamstring tightness, is day-to-day, the Cubs said Sunday. “It’s actually something that’s not too concerning,” manager David Ross said. “We’ll give… Continue reading Cubs’ Willson Contreras Day-To-Day With Hamstring Injury
Prosecutors in suburban Carol Stream say that two teens stole a car at gunpoint from a strip mall and led police on a high-speed chase before abandoning the vehicle and fleeing into a crowded park. According to the DuPage County State’s Attorney’s Office, the teens, who are both from Chicago, have been charged with multiple… Continue reading Teens Charged With Stealing Car at Gunpoint, Leading Cops on High-Speed Chase in Carol Stream
Prime Minister Narendra Modi emplaned for Tokyo, Japan on Sunday evening to participate in the Quad summit at the invitation of the Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida.
Hundreds of protesters demonstrated in Madrid on Sunday against tarnished former king Juan Carlos I, whose visit to Spain after almost two years of self-imposed exile in the UAE has sparked criticism.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern will visit the United States this week in a bid to boost exports and lure more tourists as the Pacific nation looks to fully reopen its border after more than…
Miss.Tic, whose provocative illustrations began cropping up in the Montmartre neighbourhood of Paris in the mid-80s and made her a pioneer of French street art, died Sunday aged 66.
The actor speaks with NPR’s Michel Martin about BlueCheck Ukraine, an aid network he co-founded, as well as his relationship with his grandfather. (Image credit: Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images)
ISLAMABAD — Afghanistan’s Taliban rulers on Sunday began enforcing an order requiring all female TV news anchors in the country to cover their faces while on-air. The move is part of a hard-line shift drawing condemnation from rights activists. After the order was announced Thursday, only a handful of news outlets complied. But on Sunday,… Continue reading Taliban Enforcing Face-Cover Order for Female TV Anchors
While there has been progress, with 60% of the world’s population vaccinated, “it’s not over anywhere until it’s over everywhere,” Tedros said.
A train derailment in southern Alberta has led to traffic disruptions along Highway 3 near Fort Macleod.
Rogers Place should be rowdy Sunday night when the Edmonton Oilers host the Calgary Flames in Game 3 of the playoff series.
American manufacturer J. M. Smucker Co. announced a voluntary safety recall on Saturday of 11 types of Jif peanut butter products sold in Canada.
Four officers were needed to subdue the man and no one was injured in the altercation.
Global health officials have sounded the alarm over rising cases in Europe and elsewhere of monkeypox, a type of viral infection more common to west and central Africa.
A new dental therapy program is set to launch in the fall of 2023 at a number of schools in Saskatchewan. Students can send in applications beginning in March.
Nestle said that over the past few months it has worked “around the clock” to address the baby formula shortage and help meet demand.
Attorneys for actor Amber Heard spent much of last week trying to portray her ex-husband, Johnny Depp, as a jealous and drunken abuser who can only blame himself for his nose-diving Hollywood career. Since Heard concluded her testimony in a Virginia courtroom Tuesday, her lawyers have presented witness testimony from people who were once close to Depp… Continue reading Amber Heard’s lawyers try to poke holes in Johnny Depp’s libel lawsuit
Enough specialty infant formula for more than half a million baby bottles arrived Sunday in Indianapolis. The formula, weighing 78,000 pounds (35,380 kilograms), was being transported by military plane, White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre told reporters aboard Air Force One as President Joe Biden flew from South Korea to Japan. It is the first… Continue reading 78,000 pounds of infant formula arrives in U.S.
With COVID-19 case and hospitalization rates climbing in Los Angeles County, officials announced Friday that the mask mandate will be extended for all public transit and indoor transportation hubs in the county. Initially set to expire soon, L.A. County’s health officer order will continue to require masks for everyone aged 2 and older at places like airports, bus terminals, train and… Continue reading L.A. County extends mask mandate for public transit
An avid reader and “hopeless romantic,” Gwendolyn Osborne, a founding member of the Chicago chapter of the National Association of Black Journalists, died May 14. Provided Carolyn Hector Hall first met Gwendolyn Osborne in 1999 at a Black romance writer’s getaway, the Romance Slam Jam Conference in Orlando. Or, should we say, Ms. Osborne really… Continue reading Gwendolyn Osborne, journalist, romance writer, founding NABJCC member, dies at 72
Roy Wiley with his wife, Bobbie Huskey, in 2014. Sun-Times files Roy Wiley got his start at the Chicago Sun-Times as a young college student. Mr. Wiley was hired as a copy clerk in 1952. He worked from midnight to 8 a.m., and went to school during the day. And in the newsroom, he did… Continue reading Roy Wiley dies at 87; former Sun-Times reporter, editor went on to career in business communications
A shootout in Millennium Park Friday night left one man wounded, and facing criminal charges. Sun-Times file photo A man wounded in a shootout with an off-duty Cook County sheriff’s officer at Millennium Park Friday is facing several felony charges. Jordan Jackson, 22, is charged with three counts of aggravated assault of a peace officer,… Continue reading Charges filed in Millennium Park shootout
The UN health agency’s director general told officials gathered in Geneva for the opening of the WHO’s annual meeting that “declining testing and sequencing means we are blinding ourselves to the evolution of the virus.” He also noted that almost one billion people still haven’t been vaccinated.
A man opened fire on a moving New York subway train Sunday, striking another man in the chest, police said. The suspect is at large. The shooting came shortly before noon on a Q train in Manhattan just before arrival at the Canal Street station, WNBC-TV reported. Police were searching for a suspect. Recent subway… Continue reading Gunfire Injures Man in NYC Subway, Suspect at Large: Report
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North-east Bangladesh’s worst floods in nearly 20 years began receding on Sunday, but rescue workers were struggling to help millions marooned by extreme weather across the region that has killed around 60 people.
Canada has begun supplying the world with minerals critical to a greener economy with the country’s first rare earth mine delivering concentrated ore.
OPP said a 74-year-old woman in Port Hope died after a tree fell on her around 2:11 p.m. on Saturday. The force also confirmed a 64-year-old woman died in North Kawartha Township.
According to London Hydro’s outage map, there were over 50 outages as of early Sunday afternoon, impacting over a dozen neighbourhoods.
COVID-19 cases may be declining in Canada but it’s still possible to get re-infected, experts say. And, getting Omicron more than once seems more likely than other variants.
Chicago police say one person has been killed and at least 23 others have been hurt in shootings across the city so far this weekend. A 24-year-old man was found shot to death inside of an apartment building in the 7800 block of South Laflin on Sunday morning. According to police, a neighbor discovered the… Continue reading Chicago Gun Violence: 1 Person Killed, at Least 23 Others Wounded in Weekend Shootings
Gunmen shot dead a member of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards on Sunday in the east of the capital Tehran, state news agency IRNA reported.
Austria’s 78-year-old president says he will seek reelection later this year, following a term that has seen him pilot the Alpine country through repeated political upheaval
An Arab Israeli lawmaker who quit the ruling coalition says she is returning to Prime Minister Naftali Bennett’s 60-member alliance, ending a political crisis that lasted just a few days
A highly-anticipated report into the British government’s “partygate” scandal that could determine Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s political fortunes is set to be published this week after months of delay
INDIANAPOLIS — Enough specialty infant formula for more than half a million baby bottles is expected to arrive Sunday in Indianapolis, White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said. The formula, weighing 78,000 pounds (35,380 kilograms), is being transported by military plane, Jean-Pierre told reporters aboard Air Force One as President Joe Biden flew from South… Continue reading 78,000 Pounds of Infant Formula Heading to the U.S.
Moldova is Europe’s 11th largest wine-producing country, with 3.8% of its territory consisting of vineyards.
Environment Canada said there is also a risk of a tornado. The alerts were issued at 11:39 a.m. on Sunday and cover western parts of the province.
A Sydney, N.S. man has died following a collision near Englishtown on Saturday.
The 101 Freeway is closed Sunday through downtown Los Angeles for road restoration and reconstruction work. The closure began at 10 p.m. Saturday and will be completed by 10 p.m. Sunday, the Los Angeles Bureau of Engineering announced. The 24-hour closure between State Route 60 and the 10 Freeway interchange is needed for the Sixth Street… Continue reading 101 Freeway closed for 24 hours through downtown L.A.