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The Vjosa is one of Europe's last wild rivers. But it faces threat from dam construction as pressure for hydropower intensifies in less developed countries. This is the latest installment in the 12-week series, "What Can Be Saved?"
More than 300,000 public school students in Chicago are getting another day off as contract talks continue between the teachers' union and the nation's third-largest school district.
Here are the top stories for Monday, October 21st: US may now keep some troops in Syria; Settlement reached in opioids lawsuit; Texas gov. delcares disaster in 16 counties; "Zombies" take over Florida Keys.
A furious firefighting air and ground attack beat back a wildfire Monday as it raced up canyon walls toward multimillion-dollar ocean-view homes on a ridge in Los Angeles.
Deep-sea explorers scouring the world’s oceans for sunken World War II ships have found a second Japanese warship deep in the Pacific where one of the most decisive battles of the time took place.
The Trump administration is planning to collect DNA samples from asylum-seekers detained by immigration officials and will add the information to an FBI database used by law enforcement hunting for criminals, a Justice Department official says.
Representatives from the Campaign To Stop Killer Robots urged the international community to create a treaty to ban autonomous military robots that use logarithms and sensors to determine when to kill people, instead of a person making that decision.
A tornado tore homes and businesses apart in a densely populated area of Dallas but only minor injuries were reported. Tens of thousands of people were without electricity.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau faces the threat of being knocked from power after one term as the nation held parliamentary elections on Monday. Polls indicate Trudeau's Liberal Party could lose or fail to get a majority.
A motorcyclist and Ebola survivor is helping doctors overcome the local suspicions and fear which block their efforts to quarantine and treat patients with the deadly virus in Congo.
President Donald Trump is lamenting that he was forced to move next year's Group of Seven summit from his private golf club in Florida after bipartisan criticism that he was trying to profit off the presidency.
Donald Trump says he still wants to get all US troops out of Syria, but Israel and Jordan have asked to leave some there. Trump says that the US would "work something out" with the Kurds in Syria to ensure they have access to income from oil.
Here are the top stories for Monday, October 21st: Syrians hurl potatoes at departing American military; Republicans looks to censure Adam Schiff; Lebanon's cabinet approves sweeping reforms; Half Moon Bay wraps up 49th Arts and Pumpkin Festival.
The nation's three biggest drug distributors and a major drugmaker reached a $260 million settlement with two Ohio counties over the deadly havoc wreaked by opioids, just hours before the first federal trial over the crisis was about to begin Monday.
A three-alarm fire tore through a Philadelphia auto body shop Monday morning, sending thick smoke and large flames into the air, causing bricks to fall to the sidewalk below and forcing students from their nearby high school.
While Reverends Franklin Graham and Robert Lee both say they answer to a higher calling, the two religious voices view President Donald Trump’s impeachment inquiry through different lenses.
Star of “Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan,” John Krasinski, says Venezuela is simply a backdrop for the plot of season 2, insisting the show does not delve into politics.
Actor Marchant Davis on landing the lead role in FBI-skewering comedy drama "The Day Shall Come" less than a year out of drama school, and how horse-riding helped.
Residents of a Kurdish-dominated Syrian city have pelted U.S. troops with potatoes as they drove through, apparently on their way out from Syria. Angry Qamishli residents hurled potatoes, shouting "No America" and "America liar," in English.
Highlights of this day in history: Thomas Edison perfects workable electric light; Anthrax scare claims first of two U.S. postal workers in Washington, DC; Britain wins Battle of Trafalgar; Actress and author Carrie Fisher born.