A group of dogs has tested positive for the painkiller Tramadol after the gruelling Iditarod race in Alaska. The unnamed drug cheat has been given the all-clear to race again next year.
A federal judge has ordered Donald Trump's administration to allow an undocumented teen in custody to have an abortion. Despite previously getting a court order for the procedure, officials refused to transport the teen.
The Quebec provincial legislature has passed a religious neutrality bill obliging citizens to uncover their faces when giving and receiving public services. Many say the law targets Muslim women.
Investigators in Argentina say they have found a body thought to be that of a protester who disappeared more than two months ago. Activists say Santiago Maldonado was last seen in the hands of paramilitary police.
The US and South Korea are conducting joint war games while diplomats discuss what to do about Pyongyang's nuclear program. Thus far, Donald Trump's behavior has made Washington's North Korea policy hard to decipher.
The US man was found guilty of plotting to kill a conservative blogger for organizing a "Draw the Prophet" cartoon contest. He was also convicted of conspiring to commit acts of terror on behalf of the "Islamic State."
Neera Tanden, senior Clinton campaign adviser, tells Conflict Zone that the role of the Democratic Party right now is to fight Trump and provide alternatives. But how exactly should that work?
The US president is alleged to have told the wife of a soldier killed in action in Niger that her husband "knew what he signed up for." The soldier's mother said she was present when Trump made the "insensitive" remarks.
Venezuelans will vote in gubernatorial elections on Sunday amid what the IMF has described as a "full-blown economic, humanitarian and political crisis with no end in sight." These are the key issues ahead of the vote.
Multiple wildfires across a large swath of northern California have killed at least 31 people and devastated homes. The rising death toll makes it the deadliest wildfire in California's history.
Columbus Day seeks to commemorate the founding of the New World yet remains highly controversial. Nevertheless, it is still celebrated, albeit under different names in different places around the world.
Central America is the midst of the annual rainy season but this year has been particularly bad. Several people have died and thousands of homes damaged.
Motivated criminals in Brazil dug an enormous tunnel in an attempt to grab hundreds of millions of dollars from a bank.
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