Overseas Tongans were desperately seeking word from their loved ones after a huge undersea eruption severed communications lines two days ago.
Emirati officials said that several people had been killed in an explosion of fuel tankers in Abu Dhabi, apparently caused by a drone attack.
As a gunman ranted, the hostages whispered instructions and edged closer to the door. The rabbi credited security training for their safe exit.
The slow evacuation may be part propaganda, part preparation for a conflict or part feint, Ukrainian and U.S. officials say. It could be all three.
Thousands of planes could be grounded because the new internet technology interferes with sensors, the industry reiterated in a letter to federal officials.
In a warehouse tucked under two railway arches in southeast London is a treasure trove of Greek delicacies, including barrel-aged feta, fresh oregano, Cretan olive oil and cases of nearly a hundred ...
At 70, the singer-songwriter who has always been unafraid of difficult subjects is releasing a final album, “The Light at the End of the Line.” ...
Sebastian Korda’s father and sisters have won in Australia. Now, Korda has recorded his first Australian Open win.
With Ferdinand Marcos Jr. leading in the polls, victims of his father’s regime have not given up their fight to keep his name off the ballot.
The mayor, who made improving public safety a theme of his campaign, is dealing with the fallout from a high-profile death in Times Square.