Several people were killed as Nigerian soldiers opened fire at a key protest site in Lagos, witnesses said, as the government sought to end two weeks of marches against police brutality that have mushroomed into broader nationwide demonstrations.
A federal judge in San Francisco has partially blocked the Trump administration from enforcing its ban on foreign workers on H-1B and several other types of visa through the end of the year.
Western companies that rely on products from China’s Xinjiang region have turned to supply-chain auditing firms amid concerns about the use of forced labor. But some auditing services are stopping their work in the region, pointing to a lack of access and transparency as a barrier to properly vetting labor practices.
Israel’s military said it struck Hezbollah observation posts along the Lebanese frontier in response to overnight cross-border fire, adding to a recent flare-up of tensions between the two sides.
The Chinese leader has unleashed a clean-up of the country’s powerful domestic-security apparatus, indicating he is facing thorny concerns at home.
The Iranian ally has become a target of public resistance, particularly from a new generation of Lebanese less concerned with the conflicts of the past than the deep-rooted problems of the present.
The Trump administration has called for a surge of hundreds of federal officers in cities that have seen increases in violent crime.
Pope Francis named six women to the body that oversees Vatican finances, making them the most senior female officials ever to serve at the Vatican.
The hack that exposed Twitter’s longstanding security issues last week started with a process familiar to almost every internet user: the password reset.
Tens of thousands of people in Russia’s Far East marched in protests triggered by the arrest of a popular regional governor, but that have since morphed into a wave of growing dissatisfaction over social issues and the rule of President Vladimir Putin.
Attorney General William Barr’s removal of Geoffrey Berman from his job as Manhattan U.S. Attorney over the weekend rattled the leadership ranks at one of the most prestigious prosecutor’s offices in the country and could test relations between the Justice Department and Capitol Hill.
A landmark Supreme Court ruling in favor of LGBT workers Monday injected fresh uncertainty into President Trump’s aggressive efforts to maintain the support of evangelical voters for his reelection campaign.
Emails detail what took place as Musk took public his fight with Bay Area officials and threatened first to reopen the factory without permission and then to...
The Glynn County Police Department is faulted for a culture of past coverup and abuse of power.
L Brands and Sycamore Partners have agreed to scrap their plans to take Victoria’s Secret private, dropping a pact that was reached just weeks before coronavirus forced the lingerie retailer to shut its stores.
The U.S. women’s soccer team lost a key ruling to its employer in discrimination suit, but U.S. Soccer needs those players more than ever.
The Trump administration branded a Russian white supremacist group and its top members as global terrorists on Monday, making use of a tool normally used to target radical Islamist groups overseas.
Two American soldiers were killed during a raid on an Islamic State hideout in the mountains of central Iraq, highlighting the continuing security partnership between Baghdad and Washington despite strained relations.
Saudi Arabian authorities took into custody two of the kingdom’s most prominent figures, clearing away key rivals to the throne for Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and further consolidating his power.
Immigration officers will collect cheek swabs from migrants crossing the border or held in detention, in what could amount to hundreds of thousands of people a year.