The Globe and Mail
Shimon Peres funeral: "Israel grieves for him"
Jerusalem (CNN) The body of former Israeli Prime Minister and President Shimon Peres was laid to rest Friday in a funeral attended by world leaders flanked by heavy security. Early Friday morning, Peres' casket was loaded onto a hearse for the drive ...
World leaders gather for a final farewell to former Israeli leader Shimon Peres
The Latest: Ex-President Peres Brought to Rest in Jerusalem
Shimon Peres funeral: Leaders hail legacy of former Israeli leader
Investigators focus on high-rate of speed, rail safety in New Jersey train crash
Federal investigators are looking to determine how fast a New Jersey commuter train was traveling when it crashed into a busy station Thursday morning, killing a young mother and 108 others. The National Transportation Safety Board will seek to answer ...
After Hoboken Train Crash, Heroes Act Before Politicians Talk
1 Killed, More Than 100 Injured After Train Crashes Into Platform in New Jersey
At Least 1 Dead, Over 100 Injured in NJ Transit Train Crash
Trump Foundation lacks the certification required for charities that solicit money
Donald Trump's charitable foundation — which has been sustained for years by donors outside the Trump family — has never obtained the certification that New York requires before charities can solicit money from the public, according to the state ...
An Uncharitable Foundation
Trump Foundation reportedly doesn't have proper paperwork to solicit money
Trump foundation was never certified to receive donations: report
Wall Street Journal
Asian Shares Fall on Deutsche Bank Woes, OPEC Concerns
Wall Street Journal
Asian shares traded lower Friday as traders dialed back hopes for proposed oil-production cuts, and as Deutsche Bank DB -6.67 % worries continued to rattle global markets. The Nikkei Stock Average ended down 1.5% and Australia's S&P/ASX 200 slid 0.7% ...
Deutsche Bank Admits 'Perception Issue' as Shares Slide
Deutsche Bank chief Cryan tries to reassure on bank's strength
Deutsche Bank shares plunge, rattling markets
Philippines President likens himself to Hitler
(CNN) When comparing yourself to world leaders or historical figures, there are perhaps less controversial choices than Adolf Hitler. Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte on Friday likened himself to the Nazi leader, saying he wants to kill millions ...
Duterte, Citing Hitler, Says He Wants to Kill 3 Million Addicts in Philippines
Philippines' Duterte likens himself to Hitler, wants to kill millions of d...
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte Invokes the Holocaust to Defend 'War on Drugs'
USA Today thinks Trump is so 'unfit for the presidency' that it just wrote an historic anti-endorsement
It didn't go so far as to endorse Hillary Clinton — or, for that matter, libertarian Gary Johnson — but what USA Today wrote Thursday night about Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump made it clear who the publication's editorial board does ...
USA TODAY's Editorial Board: Trump is 'unfit for the presidency'
USA Today urges voters to oppose Trump
Conservative Newspapers Breaking Tradition to Abandon Trump
Kashmir: Pakistan calls emergency meeting amid 'deteriorating situation'
Are you in Kashmir? Have you been affected by the attacks? If it's safe to do so, WhatsApp us on +44 7435 939 154 to share your photos, experiences and video. Please tag #CNNiReport in your message. (CNN) Pakistan's Prime Minister, Muhammad Nawaz ...
Tensions Rise as India Claims 'Surgical Strikes' in Pakistan-Controlled Kashmir
Modi, Sharif Curb Tensions After Raid Across Pakistan Border
Pakistan 'completely rejects' Indian claim of cross-border strikes
Four states sue to stop internet transition
Republican attorneys general in four states are filing a lawsuit to block the transfer of internet domain systems oversight from the U.S. to an international governing body. ADVERTISEMENT. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, Arizona Attorney General ...
Texas joins legal fight to block internet oversight transfer
Danielle Kehl is a fellow at New America's Open Technology Institute. She is on Twitter (@kehldanielle).
Cyprus orders plane hijacking suspect extradited to Egypt
The Daily Star
This file photo taken on March 30, 2016 shows handcuffed Seif al-Din Mohamed Mostafa, an Egyptian man who hijacked an EgyptAir passenger plane and diverted it to Cyprus the prevous day, flashing the "V" sign for victory as he leaves the court in ...
New York Times
Angered by 9/11 Victims Law, Saudis Rethink US Alliance
New York Times
RIYADH, Saudi Arabia — Throughout President Obama's time in the White House, Saudi Arabia and its allies in the Persian Gulf have watched with dismay as the kingdom's decades-old alliance with the United States seemed to be slipping. Then came the ...
Congress's Retreat on 9/11 Saudi Bill Shows Fear of Backlash
Congress Looks to Narrow Bill Allowing Terror Victims to Sue Foreign Governments
Lawmakers Fret Over Sept. 11 Bill a Day After Veto Override