A dozen of Europe's top soccer clubs have agreed to form a breakaway league, producing howls of indignation from the sport's governing bodies, the elected leaders of France and Britain, and legions of their own fans. Why make such an unpopular move? Money, of course.
Less than 48 hours after the formation of a new European Super League, several English clubs have already withdrawn from the controversial competition.
The top US military official who runs the American nuclear arsenal warned that China and Russia are modernizing their nuclear weapons and capabilities faster than the US, saying during a congressional hearing on Tuesday that if it does not start investing more in nuclear defense and infrastructure, the US will be "at risk of losing credibility in the eyes of our adversaries."
Healthcare and other essential services across India are close to collapse as a second coronavirus wave that started in mid-March tears through the country with devastating speed.
As companies in the U.S. and elsewhere look to reopen their offices, Australia's Brighte may offer a template for success
"Everything's sort of layered on a false understanding of history"
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has invited his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin to meet in eastern Ukraine, where long-simmering tensions have resurged in recent weeks.
Chad's long-serving President Idriss Deby has died from injuries suffered on the frontline, an African diplomatic source told CNN on Tuesday.
“The U.S. should not strike an agreement with the federal government because it won’t be fulfilled”
Globally, at least 483 people are known to have been executed in 2020. Shocking as this figure is, it’s the lowest number of executions recorded by Amnesty International in at least a decade, marking a decrease of 26% compared to 2019, and 70% from the peak of 1,634 executions in 2015. It’s clear to see…