World

Greek, Macedonian leaders to meet despite protests

The prime ministers of Greece and Macedonia will meet this week despite a major weekend protest against efforts to resolve the long-standing name dispute between the two countries.

Travel

Passenger thinks AirAsia's uniforms are revealing to the point of being 'disgusting,' claims Malaysian senator

A woman claiming to be a frequent AirAsia passenger says she’s fed up with the uniforms worn by the airline’s female flight attendants, and called them “quite disgusting” in a letter shared by Malaysian Senator Hanafi Mamat.

United States

Beset by traffic via navigation apps, town restricts access

A New Jersey town less than two miles from the George Washington Bridge is putting up a "keep out" sign for motorists seeking a shortcut to the world's busiest span.

World

Russian court orders closure of Navalny's foundation

A Moscow district court has ordered the closure of the foundation crucial to the failed election campaign of opposition leader Alexei Navalny.

World

Czech police identify second German victim in hotel fire

Czech police have identified a second victim from Germany in a hotel fire in downtown Prague that killed four.

Entertainment

Miranda Lambert's Blake Shelton slam: 'I got the hell out of Oklahoma'

Miranda Lambert found a creative way to get around her dated lyrics.

Politics

Dems under pressure to end shutdown, as showdown vote set for noon

The Trump White House and Capitol Hill Republicans cranked up the pressure Monday on Democrats to abandon their immediate demands for immigration measures and vote in support of a temporary spending bill to end a government shutdown now in its third day.

Politics

Government shutdown: Federal workforce benched as furloughs begin

Monday marks the start of another work week for many Americans, but hundreds of thousands of government employees have now been furloughed as the government shutdown enters its third day -- and its first weekday.

United States

Fires in Ohio Walmart store lead to evacuation, probe

Authorities say a Walmart in suburban Cincinnati was evacuated after someone set multiple fires inside the store, including a flaming pile of pants and other clothing.

World

Once-influential UKIP in chaos as leader refuses to quit

The U.K. Independence Party, which played a key role in Britain's decision to leave the European Union, is in disarray as its leader resists growing calls to quit.

Science

Incredible pictures show cormorant catch massive rainbow trout

A cormorant who realized he couldn't quite eat his rainbow trout in one swallow has been captured in incredible pictures off the Gulf Coast of Texas.

World

Bulgaria, Czech Republic calls for EU reforms on migrants

The prime ministers of the Czech Republic and Bulgaria are calling for swift reform of the European Union's asylum system.

Entertainment

'Harry Potter' stars then and now

What do the stars of "Harry Potter" look like today?

United States

9-year-old Missouri boy killed in exchange of gunfire

Police say a 9-year-old boy was fatally shot in an exchange of gunfire in Kansas City, Missouri.

United States

Girl bitten on finger by rodent at Connecticut zoo

A small child visiting a Connecticut zoo has been bitten on the finger by a rodent native to South America.

Politics

US Embassy in Jerusalem to open next year, Pence says

Vice President Pence told Israel's Knesset on Monday that the U.S. Embassy will open in Jerusalem next year, ahead of schedule.

Politics

State Department spending $592,500 to 'explore gender identities of boys and men in Kenya'

The State Department announced a new $600,000 taxpayer-funded study that suggests "ideals of masculinity" in Kenya are contributing to terrorism.

Life & Style

Legendary racer Sir Stirling Moss retires at 88

At the age of 88, legendary racer Sir Stirling Moss will officially retire from motorsport affiliations.

Technology

iPhone X long-term review: A bit of a love-hate relationship

The iPhone X has been with me constantly for more than two months. There’s a lot to like and some not to like.

World

Thai police arrest 2 Israeli men in compatriot's killing

Police in Thailand have arrested two Israeli men suspected of killing a fellow citizen on a Thai resort island after running him down with a car.

World

EU open to send Zimbabwe vote monitors, wants credible polls

The European Union says it stands ready to send election monitors to Zimbabwe and hopes that free and fair polls can be held soon.

World

Editor: Erdogan urged attack on Turkish Cypriot newspaper

The editor of a left-wing Turkish Cypriot newspaper says his publication won't be silenced in its criticism of Turkey's policies in the breakaway north of ethnically split Cyprus after a mob smashed window panes and hurled stones and eggs at its offices.

World

Video of swarming rats worries Paris, amid flooding worries

Rats are increasingly scrambling from Paris sewers to the surface — and city officials and rat-catchers are scrambling for ways to get rid of them.

World

The Latest: Russia says US foments Syria Kurdish separatism

The Latest on the developments in Syria and Turkey's offensive on the Syrian Kurdish enclave of Afrin (all times local): 12:30 p.m. Russia is accusing the United States of fomenting separatism in the Kurdish enclave in Syria that has come under attack by

World

German nurse charged with 97 more murders at 2 hospitals

A German nurse serving a life sentence for two murders has been indicted in nearly 100 more killings.

World

Head of Britain's army warns of eroding capability

Britain's army chief says the country's ability to withstand attack and respond to threats is being eroded by a lack of investment in the military, increasing pressure on the government to boost defense spending.

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