Italian bridge collapses in Genoa, killing at least 22, official says

Nearly two dozen people -- including a child -- were killed when a raised highway in Genoa crumbled during a sudden and violent storm, sending several vehicles plunging to the ground where rescuers desperately searched for survivors.

yesterday, 15:27
Bridge Collapses in Genoa, Italy, Killing at Least 7 Bridge Collapses in Genoa, Italy, Killing at Least 7

Buildings and vehicles were crushed. The deputy transport minister said that the bridge had shown some “signs of problems” in the past.

yesterday, 15:28
The heat is on for 4 more years: Extreme temperatures expected through 2022 The heat is on for 4 more years: Extreme temperatures expected through 2022

This summer's heat has shattered records around the Northern Hemisphere. New research suggests this could be only the beginning of a four-year warm spell as human-caused global warming and natural factors combine to heat the planet.        

yesterday, 21:10
Italian bridge collapses, police say Italian bridge collapses, police say

A bridge in Genoa collapsed Tuesday, Italian police said.

yesterday, 12:27
Why Is the U.S. Wary of a Declaration to End the Korean War? Why Is the U.S. Wary of a Declaration to End the Korean War?

Both North Korea and South Korea want to start the process toward a peace treaty in the decades-long war, but Washington is standing in the way.

yesterday, 3:27
The Interpreter: Why Inflation Is Bad for Populist Strongmen The Interpreter: Why Inflation Is Bad for Populist Strongmen

Turkey’s president appears to be going down a perilous path traversed by the failed strongmen of Venezuela and Zimbabwe.

today, 0:09
Indonesia woman irked by mosque noise on trial for blasphemy

Indonesian prosecutors have sought an 18-month prison term for a woman who was charged with blasphemy after she complained about the volume of a mosque's loudspeakers

yesterday, 9:30
ACLU: Federal agencies setting 'trap' to deport immigrants ACLU: Federal agencies setting 'trap' to deport immigrants

A civil rights group is arguing that federal immigration officials are violating the rights of immigrants seeking legal status by setting a deportation "trap" at their required interviews.

yesterday, 21:30