Trying to lose weight? Don't rely on non-sugar sweeteners, the World Health Organization advises in newly released guidance.
Kofi Addo, 57, of North Brunswick, New Jersey, was killed when three teenagers tried to rob his taxi and one of their firearms discharged, shooting Addo in the head.
Last month, special prosecutors in New Mexico confirmed they were dropping involuntary manslaughter charges that had been brought against Baldwin.
A 44-year-old woman who was charged for one of four killings in a small Nebraska town has pleaded not guilty. The woman and her husband are scheduled to appear in court on July 24.
"The big issue for the mayor is not only to sort of govern the city but encourage turnout, get them out to the polls in the presidential race," said one political science professor.
Three elderly women were killed in a shooting in Farmington, New Mexico, on Monday, authorities said. Two of the victims were a mother and daughter. Omar Villafranca has more.
President Biden and Speaker Kevin McCarthy are set to meet again on Tuesday as the government approaches a deadline to continue paying its bills.
‘This is a dark day in the history of the court,’ its judges said.
Recep Tayyip Erdogan is headed for his — and his country’s — first presidential runoff vote. But the first round showed the longtime leader’s continued strength.
(Gulsin Harman and Ben Hubbard)
New legislation formally adopted by European Union countries will help reduce the 27 countries' ties to deforestation. The new rules ban the sale of products that fuel deforestation.
Russia's Wagner mercenary group, which has close ties to President Vladimir Putin, is known for fighting in Ukraine. But it receives a large amount of funding through operations in the Central African Republic. Debora Patta has the details.
South Africa’s president said officials from six nations would visit Kyiv and Moscow as part of the initiative. The time frame remained unclear.
The vote is seen as a referendum on the military, which has ruled Thailand for nine years. Results could determine the path for democracy in the country.
Hundreds of thousands of people in vulnerable, low-lying areas of Myanmar and Bangladesh were evacuated ahead of the storm, likely saving many lives.
Artificial intelligence can be broken down into four distinct categories: reactive machines, limited memory, theory of mind, and self-awareness.
The Times would like to hear from current and former employees, avid TikTok users, educators and parents.
A humanitarian aid worker who used an anonymous Twitter account to mock Saudi Arabia about its economy has filed a federal racketeering lawsuit against the social media platform, the kingdom and a number of individuals alleging an attempt to silence critics overseas.
(The Washington Times)
MIT has developed a new augmented reality device that allows its user to see through walls, Kurt "CyberGuy" Knutsson explains how it works.
Mr. Musk is in talks about the role with Linda Yaccarino, chairman of global advertising and partnerships at NBCUniversal, two people with knowledge of the matter said.
(Benjamin Mullin, Ryan Mac and Tiffany Hsu)
Yaccarino's appointment renewed questions about the "glass cliff," a theory that women — as well as underrepresented minorities — are more likely to be hired for leadership jobs when there's a crisis, which sets them up for failure.
(The Associated Press)
"ChatGPT users can now turn off chat history, allowing you to choose which conversations can be used to train our models," announced OpenAI.
Shakhtar Donetsk’s foreign stars fled Ukraine when Russia invaded. Now some are returning or signing up, proof that the lure of opportunity can trump fear.
The network's baseball reporter was heard calling a freelancer the C-word while covering a New York Yankees game.
Jimmy Butler was the last Miami player on the practice floor Tuesday, getting shot after shot after shot into the air.
An umpire was hailed as a savior when he grabbed a child and shielded him from a dust devil during a youth baseball game in Florida on Sunday.
The distance is the same no matter when you finish, but slower runners find the race experience can vary a lot.
The USC coach has revealed what his experience with LeBron and Savannah James has been like with their son now in the fold.
Yankees owner Hal Steinbrenner has never been on a podcast in his life...until now.
Immigration reform is dead. Time to start over.
The Justice Department’s inspector general hasn’t released the final report on U.S. Attorney Rachael Rollins.
(Lisa Kashinsky and Kierra Frazier)
President Biden will visit the peace memorial in Japan that recognizes the 140,000 people killed after the U.S. military dropped an atomic bomb on Hiroshima, the White House said Tuesday.
(Tom Howell Jr.)
School officials tapped Scott Atlas to speak at the commencement. The students have a different plan.
Republicans pick a candidate for the Kentucky governor race, Philadelphia Democrats nominate a likely pick for mayor, and more.
(Steven Shepard, Zach Montellaro, Holly Otterbein, Madison Fernandez and Gary Fineout)
A federal judge on Tuesday imposed a preliminary injunction on the Biden administration's latest policy that would see migrants released into the U.S. with conditions.
Immigration reform once united Senate Democrats. Now, it sharply divides them.
(Daniella Diaz and Burgess Everett)