A Holocaust institute has called on Romanian authorities to not rehabilitate a war criminal convicted for his role in the slaying of Jews and Roma in the former Soviet Union
The owners of a Denver marijuana business have pleaded guilty to drug and racketeering charges, stemming from a yearlong grand jury investigation that prosecutors say uncovered more than two tons of marijuana entering the black market
As experts held crunch talks on Germany's plans to wean itself off coal in the coming years Friday, thousands of young people marched through the capital calling for a swift end to fossil fuel use
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo says the federal government shutdown is impacting safety and security at airports and putting travelers at risk.
The Canadian auto workers union is calling on people in Canada and the U.S. to stop buying General Motors vehicles made in Mexico
The Federal Aviation Administration is reporting delays in air travel due to a "slight increase in sick leave" at two east coast air traffic control facilities
France's government has held a meeting with about 60 representatives of French businesses to detail a readiness plan as the risk of a no-deal Brexit is increasing
Denver Public Schools is apologizing for saying that teachers working on visas would be reported to the federal government if they went on strike
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