Elizabeth ascended to the throne on Feb. 6, 1952.
Russian missile attacks on residential areas killed at least 19 people in a Ukrainian town near Odesa early Friday
The country is the seventh nation capable of launching practical satellites.
Four non-scientific buildings at the Kitt Peak National Observatory southwest of Tucson have been lost in a wildfire, but early indications show other buildings on the property don't appear to…
Angry bank customers who traveled to a city in central China to retrieve their savings from troubled rural banks have been stopped by a health app on their cellphone
Philippine security officials say two long-wanted Abu Sayyaf militant commanders accused of beheading two kidnapped Canadian tourists and a German have surrendered
With the domestically designed and built Fujian warship, China now has the second-highest number of such vessels after the United States.
Heavy rain in China has claimed six lives this week and forced the evacuation of some 200,000 people
Benchmarks fell in Japan, Australia, South Korea and China. The Japanese yen’s continuing slide against the dollar paused.
All entrances to Yellowstone were closed due to the deluge, caused by heavy rains and melting snowpack
China has attacked the theory that the coronavirus pandemic may have originated as a leak from a Chinese laboratory as a politically motivated lie
Two British citizens and a Moroccan were sentenced to death Thursday for fighting on Ukraine’s side, in a punishment handed down by the country’s pro-Moscow rebels.
State police say three people have been killed after at least a dozen vehicles collided in different spots during stormy weather along heavily traveled Interstate 30 in southwestern Arkansas
The place where the pair went missing is the primary access route to and from the Vale do Javari, Brazil’s second-largest Indigenous territory that is bigger than Maine
The South Korean and U.S. militaries flew 20 fighter jets over waters off South Korea’s western coast in a continued show of force.
The death toll in the collapse of a building in southwestern Iran has risen to at least 41
Finance Minister Lawrence Wong will be the acting prime minister in Lee’s absence
The launch was North Korea’s 18th round of missile tests in 2022 alone.
Gov. Alejando Murat said rivers overflowed their banks and swept away people in homes, while other victims were buried under mud and rocks.
Authorities say a fire was raging through a chemical company just southwest of downtown Omaha, forcing some nearby residents to evacuate and leaving thousands without power
China has fallen short on its bold plan for 10 Pacific nations to endorse a sweeping agreement covering everything from security to fisheries
At least 15 people have died in torrential rains across southern China
The U.S. is targeting two Russian banks in sanctions over their alleged support for North Korea’s nuclear and ballistic missile programs
South Korea says North Korea has fired three ballistic missiles toward the sea
The U.S. will close the last avenue for Russia to pay its billions in debt back to international investors
HONG KONG — Former Hong Kong Catholic leader Cardinal Joseph Zen and five others have denied charges for allegedly failing to register a relief fund aimed at financially assisting protesters…
A fire on a ferry in the northeastern Philippines has killed seven people and forced many others to jump into the water, where they were rescued by other vessels
Dozens of people were killed in India during the week in days of flooding, landslides and thunderstorms, according to local disaster management authorities.
The injured are being treated at four separate hospitals.
A tornado has struck Michigan’s northern Lower Peninsula, flipping recreational vehicles in a small community, partially tearing the roof off at least one building and causing other damage
India has accused China of illegally constructing a second bridge across disputed Pangong Lake, an area it says has been under China's “illegal occupation” since the 1960s
The computers improve efficiency and accuracy.
The Group of Seven leading economies agreed Friday to provide $19.8 billion in economic aid to Ukraine to ensure its finances do not hinder its ability to defend itself from…
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — More than 5,000 firefighters battled multiple wildland blazes in dry, windy weather across the Southwest on Thursday, including a fire that has destroyed dozens of structures in…
President Joe Biden hopes to use his visit to Asia to confirm his belief that long-standing friendships can afford to become even friendlier and pay dividends.