Prince Andrew accuser says claims not voided by Epstein release
The woman who claims Jeffrey Epstein recruited her for sex with Prince Andrew when she was a teenager says a confidential 2009 settlement she reached with the disgraced financier doesn't shield the British royal from her lawsuit.
High gas prices are hitting heavy-duty pickup owners hard. Here's what they're saying
Drivers of pickup trucks are feeling the effects of rising inflation more than others, and their disproportionate pain at the pump reflects major shifts in the design of what are now America's most popular vehicles.
Russia jails 5 people over coal mine disaster that killed 51
A Russian court on Saturday ordered five people to remain in pre-trial detention for two months pending an investigation into a devastating blast in a coal mine in Siberia that resulted in dozens of deaths.
Anti-government protesters block bridges, roads in Serbia
Skirmishes on Saturday erupted in Serbia between police and anti-government demonstrators who blocked roads and bridges in the Balkan country in protest against new laws they say favor interests of foreign investors devastating the environment.
COVID variant spreads to more countries as world on alert
Britain became the latest country Saturday to report cases of the new potentially more contagious omicron variant of the coronavirus as governments around the world sought to shore up their defenses by slapping restrictions on travel from nations in southern Africa.
Belarus leader vows to continue letting migrants try to enter EU
Belarus will continue to let migrants try to enter the European Union, President Alexander Lukashenko said, defying warnings of sanctions to deter the flow of people toward the bloc's borders.
Channel migrant deaths: Smugglers net millions per kilometer
To cross the 20-mile narrow point of the Channel, the rubber dinghies must navigate frigid waters and passing cargo ships. As of Nov. 17, 23,000 people had crossed successfully, according to Britain's Home Office. France intercepted about 19,000 people.
Fresh snow beckons Italian skiers returning after 20 months
To ensure the safety of skiers, the Dolomoti Superski network of 16 ski resorts, with nearly 750 miles of runs in the Trentino-Alto Adige and Veneto regions, including Plan de Corones, have launched a special ski pass. It is integrated with the nation's health pass.
At least 2 people dead during first winter storm in UK
The storm, which was named Arwen by the country's Met Office, hit parts of the north of England, Scotland and Northern Ireland particularly hard, causing road causing road closures, train delays, power cuts and high waves.
Netherlands tightens curbs in another attempt to halt virus
The Dutch government will force bars and restaurants to close in the evening for the next three weeks, seeking to cap a surge in coronavirus infections that has heaped pressure on the nation’s battered health system and gripped much of western Europe.