Korea’s richest man died on Sunday leaving his son—who already spent a year in prison—battling a new trial as he tries to take full control of the global tech giant.
There’s rioting in Italy, millions of businesses shuttered, 6 p.m. curfews, two-thirds of French people are locked down—and new COVID-19 infections continue to surge across Europe.
Pope Francis’ comments about gay civil unions came to light this week after the Vatican cut them from a 2019 interview with a Mexican TV station.
With Trump behind in the polls, Russian state media is throwing caution to the wind and making increasingly blatant attempts to interfere in the U.S. election.
The ousted general oversaw a department in the security agency that has been linked to Alexei Navalny’s poisoning.
Just one month ago, Italy was the shining example of how masks and aggressive testing work to stave off a second COVID wave. Why have things gone so terribly wrong?
A German cybersecurity expert caused a scandal at home for taking part in a Russian influence operation. So what’s he doing meeting with security officials in the Trump admin?