A surge in demand for toys and sports equipment has contributed to logjams at US ports.
Despite mass starvation in northern Ethiopia, aid officials are not calling the situation a famine.
The president’s administration will ask the Supreme Court to block a restrictive Texas abortion law.
Police believe a bow-and-arrow attack that killed five may have been as a result of mental illness.
Money donated by the Duchess of Sussex has been spent on feeding Nottingham’s most vulnerable.
Larry Miller, now 72, said he was in a gang as a teenager when he shot an 18-year-old man.
Shares in the firm dive 20% as it delays first tourist flight to make upgrades.
Fully vaccinated travellers will be allowed to enter the US for the first time since March 2020.
Police had launched a massive manhunt for Masten Wanjala, who confessed to killing several children.
Seven people were killed and dozens injured in the worst violence for years in Beirut on Thursday.
Police officers chased the suspect through the streets in Queensland, Australia.
Three blasts at a Shia mosque in Kandahar kill at least 37 people during Friday worship.
Scott Morrison had said he might skip the summit, reigniting criticism of Australia’s climate vows.
The innocence of a quiet town outside Oslo is shattered and residents are demanding answers.
Christchurch was the only city in the world with its own official wizard.
Psychiatrists examine a man suspected of killing five people with a bow and arrows in Norway.