• By Newsday   -   Apr 25, 2019

    POWWOW TO FOCUS ON MISSING, MURDERED NATIVE AMERICAN WOMEN

    One of the largest annual gatherings of indigenous people in the United States is aiming to build awareness around the deaths and disappearances...

    Women, People
  • By Newsday   -   Apr 25, 2019

    QUARANTINES AT 2 LA UNIVERSITIES AMID US MEASLES OUTBREAK

    A quarantine order has been issued for students and staff at two Los Angeles universities who may have been exposed to measles and...

    Los Angeles
  • By Newsday   -   Apr 25, 2019

    MGM RESORTS ANNOUNCES 254 LAYOFFS, SAYS MORE JOB CUTS COMING

    Las Vegas-based casino company MGM Resorts International has announced a first phase of layoffs in a cost-cutting operational shift...

    Resort, Casino, International, Las Vegas
  • By Newsday   -   Apr 25, 2019

    SOUTHWEST CEO 'NOT HAPPY' ABOUT MAX CRISIS BUT BACKS BOEING

    At Southwest Airlines, rising costs offset solid ticket sales, causing first-quarter profit to fall 16% to $387 million

    Airlines
  • By Newsday   -   Apr 25, 2019

    CONGO PARK RANGER TELLS OF TAKING VIRAL SELFIE WITH GORILLAS

    A park ranger in Congo has described how he captured a selfie with two gorillas that went viral

  • By Newsday   -   Apr 25, 2019

    MEXICO'S CRACKDOWN FORCES MIGRANTS TO MORE DANGEROUS ROUTES

    Mexico's crackdown on migration is not cutting off the flow of Central Americans, but rather forcing migrants into the shadows and...

  • By Newsday   -   Apr 25, 2019

    SMALL PLANE CRASH LANDS ON TOP OF IDAHO TREE, PILOT RESCUED

    Officials say a small plane crash landed on top of a tree in Idaho and a firefighter with tree removal experience climbed up the tree...

  • By Newsday   -   Apr 25, 2019

    EXPLORING SICILY'S LAYERS OF HISTORY AND CULTURE

    The Normans, Cathaginians, Greeks and Arabs all left their mark on this fascinating Italian island.

    Culture
  • By Newsday   -   Apr 25, 2019

    NEW CYCLONE SET TO MAKE LANDFALL IN NORTHERN MOZAMBIQUE

    New cyclone set to make landfall in northern Mozambique, just 6 weeks after Cyclone Idai

  • By Newsday   -   Apr 24, 2019

    WOMAN WHO FELL TO HER DEATH AT THE GRAND CANYON IDENTIFIED

    Authorities have identified an Arizona woman who died after falling over the edge of the South Rim at Grand Canyon National Park

  • By Newsday   -   Apr 24, 2019

    BUSINESS GROUP: NICARAGUA'S ECONOMY IN 'FREE FALL'

    Nicaragua's leading business association says that the country's economy is in "free fall" a year after anti-government protests were...

    Business
  • By Newsday   -   Apr 24, 2019

    WORKERS RESTORING "GREEN BOOK" MOTEL WHERE MLK STAYED

    Workers are currently restoring an Alabama motel that was featured in "The Negro Motorist Green Book" and provided a home to Martin...

    Home
  • By Newsday   -   Apr 24, 2019

    U.S. GARDENS WHERE YOUR FAMILY CAN CELEBRATE SPRING

    See spring blooms, butterflies, magnolias, bees and more at gardens from Pennsylvania to Seattle.

    Garden, Family, Celebration, Celebrity
  • By Newsday   -   Apr 24, 2019

    COLUMBUS SAILING SHIP REPLICA LA NINA SINKS AGAIN IN TEXAS

    A docked replica of a Christopher Columbus ship that sank in 2017 days after Hurricane Harvey struck Texas has swamped again

  • By Newsday   -   Apr 24, 2019

    LONDON CLIMATE PROTESTERS SAY THEY WILL END THEIR BLOCKADES

    Climate change protesters who brought parks of central London to a standstill for several days say they will end their blockades

    London
  • By Newsday   -   Apr 24, 2019

    THE LATEST: KIM HOPES FOR "SUCCESSFUL" SUMMIT WITH PUTIN

    North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has stepped out of his khaki-green armored train in far-eastern Russia, smiling and upbeat ahead of...

  • By Newsday   -   Apr 24, 2019

    IN MEXICO, MIGRANTS TURN TO 'THE BEAST' AFTER HIGHWAY RAIDS

    The train known as "The Beast" is once again rumbling through the night loaded with people headed toward the U.S. border after a raid...

    People
  • By Newsday   -   Apr 24, 2019

    WITH LIMOS AND PRIVATE TRAIN, KIM JONG UN TRAVELS IN STYLE

    With a private train and stretch Mercedes limousines, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un travels to summits in style

    Traveling, Travel, Styles, Mercedes, Style
  • By Newsday   -   Apr 24, 2019

    JAPAN REPORTER SUES GOVERNMENT AFTER PASSPORT IS INVALIDATED

    A Japanese journalist known for covering war zones has sued the Foreign Ministry after it invalidated his passport and demanded he...

    Traveling, Travel
  • By Newsday   -   Apr 24, 2019

    NORTH KOREA'S KIM UPBEAT AS HE ARRIVES FOR PUTIN SUMMIT

    North Korean leader Kim Jong Un arrived in Russia a day before his much-anticipated summit with President Vladimir Putin in Vladivostok