The powerful Christian Democratic Union party selects a new leader and likely successor to Angela Merkel. Can they avoid a repeat of their last attempt?
Political violence has marred the run-up to an election that opposition candidates say is already rigged.
Although vaccine distribution has not met expectations domestically, the U.S. program is still far ahead of most countries.
The designation is part of a flurry of activity by the State Department in the Trump administration’s final days.
Without mentioning Biden by name, Trump acknowledged a “new administration” will take power on Jan. 20.
The attack on Congress sets a new low for the United States as it begins 2021.
The cautious move comes as the World Bank warns of a “lost decade.”
District Judge Vanessa Baraitser ruled that although Assange's crimes met the extradition requirements, his suicide risk was too high to allow a U.S. handover.
The country will become only the third in Latin America to allow unmitigated access to the procedure.
Sen. Bernie Sanders is threatening to delay Senate business until a vote is scheduled on sending $2,000 checks to Americans.
With little known about whether the virus mutation will react differently to existing treatments, BioNTech’s CEO is optimistic.
Israel appears to be heading for its fourth election in two years as an automatic dissolution of the Knesset looms.