Paramedics and security forces work after a fire at an immigration detention center.

Migrants fearing deportation set fatal fire, Mexican president says

Officials confirmed more than three dozen people died in the fire.

 | Adi Guajardo

A TV screen shows an image of North Korea's missile launch.

Should we be nervous about North Korea's nuclear weapon tests?

Experts share whether there's a current threat from North Korea, as it has been publicly attempting to expand its nuclear weapons arsenal.

 | Scripps News Staff

Ambulances and rescue team staffers outside an immigration center in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico.

39 dead in fire at Mexico migrant facility near US

Images from the scene showed rows of bodies lying under shimmery silver sheets outside the facility in Ciudad Juarez, across from El Paso, Texas.

 | AP

Prince Harry

Prince Harry, Elton John appear at UK court for privacy lawsuit

Prince Harry is among other big names suing the publisher of the Daily Mail accused of phone-tapping and privacy violations.

 | Scripps News Staff

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy meets with with U.N. atomic energy chief Rafael Mariano Grossi

Zelenskyy meets with UN atomic agency chief in Ukraine

The leaders discussed the precarious situation at the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant, which has lost several of its power transmission cables.

 | AP

U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris is greeted by traditional dancers as she arrives in Accra, Ghana.

Kamala Harris embarks on weeklong Africa trip

After touching down in Ghana, Vice President Kamala Harris said she's excited about the future of Africa.

 | Elina Tarkazikis

Israelis opposed to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's judicial overhaul plan.

Netanyahu fires defense minister, sparking mass protests

The standoff has threatened to spill over into a broader constitutional crisis.

 | AP

Two analog clocks show times an hour apart from each other

Daylight savings dispute leaves Lebanon with two time zones

Many Lebanese have found themselves in the position of juggling work and school schedules in different time zones.

 | AP

Uncollected garbage pile is on a street near the Eiffel Tower in Paris

Why are some citizens protesting in France?

Hundreds of people were arrested in clashes amid some the biggest protests so far against the raising of France's retirement age.

 | Ross Cullen

Paul Rusesabagina

Rwanda says Rusesabagina of 'Hotel Rwanda' fame to be freed

Paul Rusesabagina has asserted that his 2020 arrest was in response to his criticism of President Paul Kagame over alleged human rights abuses.

 | AP

A bust of Melitta Bentz, inventor of the coffee filter paper.

10 things you didn’t know were invented by women

Next time you use your windshield wipers, refrigerator or Wi-Fi, thank these women.

 | Brittany Anas

A protester kicks a tear gas canister in front of the Opera at the end of a rally in Paris

Protests continue in France; King Charles III's visit postponed

Over 450 protesters were arrested as some 300 demonstrations drew more than a million people nationwide over unpopular pension reforms.

 | AP

Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin.

US launches airstrikes in Syria after drone kills US worker

The exchange threatens to upend recent efforts to deescalate tensions across the wider Middle East.

 | AP

Boris Johnson gives evidence to the Privileges Committee at the House of Commons.

Under oath, Boris Johnson denies he lied over 'partygate'

If the committee concludes he deliberately lied, Johnson could face suspension or even lose his House of Commons seat.

 | AP

A Palestinian woman takes photos of her daughter next to a crescent moon-shaped decoration in a market

Ramadan begins in Mideast amid high costs, hopes for peace

During the coming four weeks, Muslims will abstain from food and water from dawn to dusk, before gathering with family and friends for evening meals.

 | AP

Emergency personnel work over rubble following a drone attack at a Ukraine dorm

Russian drones kill 4 at Ukraine dorm, as rival summits end

A high school and two dormitories were partially destroyed in the overnight drone attack.

 | AP

Saad Ibrahim Almadi sits in a restaurant.

Saudi Arabia frees American imprisoned over critical tweets

The Florida man, who made comments criticizing Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, was arrested in 2021 when he arrived in Saudi Arabia to visit family.

 | AP

A former Army medic is pictured on duty.

20 years after Iraq war, this former Army medic is still reeling

Sergio Alfaro kickstarted his dreams of working in medicine by being an Army medic, but what he experienced in Iraq changed his path forever.

 | Alexandra Miller

President Joe Biden embraces Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy.

US announces $350M in additional military aid to Ukraine

The latest aid package includes various types of ammunition, such as rockets and grenade launchers, as well as fuel tanker trucks and patrol boats.

 | Gage Jackson

Helsinki, Finland cityscape

How happy are Americans? Not as happy as Finns

An annual report looks at happiness in 137 nations.

 | Scripps News Staff

French journalist Olivier Dubois, left, and American aid worker Jeffery Woodke, center.

American aid worker freed after years held hostage in Africa

Jeffery Woodke was freed after being held hostage for over six years in West Africa. A French journalist was also released.

 | Scripps News Staff

Chinese President Xi Jinping, left, and Russian President Vladimir Putin

China's Xi makes 1st Moscow visit as Putin wages Ukraine war

China looks to Russia as a source of oil and gas and as a partner in opposing what both see as American domination of global affairs.

 | AP

Rescue workers stand next to a car crushed by debris after an earthquake in Cuenca, Ecuador.

Fear, grief follow deadly quake on Ecuador's southwest coast

The toll from an earthquake that rocked Ecuador and Peru this weekend stands at 15 dead.

 | AP

Vladimir Putin in Mariupol

Vladimir Putin makes first trip to illegally-annexed Mariupol

The surprise trip also comes one day before Chinese President Xi Jinping is scheduled to visit Moscow.

 | Scripps News Staff and Elina Tarkazikis

The Eaubonne bulk carrier ship docks in the port of Mombasa, Kenya.

Russia, Ukraine extend grain deal to aid world's poor

Ukraine announced a 120-day extension on Saturday, the day the deal was set to expire.

 | AP

A convey of former Prime Minister Imran Khan drive toward Islamabad at a road in Lahore, Pakistan

Pakistani police storm home of former PM Khan, arrest 61

Police broke open the door of Khan's residence and found automatic weapons, Molotov cocktails, iron rods and batons used in attacks on cops that week.

 | AP

Chinese President Xi Jinping, right, and Russian President Vladimir Putin

China's Xi to meet Putin as Beijing seeks bolder global role

Russia's ongoing invasion of Ukraine is expected to dominate Putin and Xi's discussions.

 | AP

Vladimir Putin

Russian President Putin faces war crimes arrest warrant by ICC

The International Criminal Court charged Putin with unlawful deportation and transfer of children.

 | Justin Boggs

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, right, and Finland's President Sauli Niinisto shake hands

Turkey's president says he will back Finland's NATO bid

Turkey's President Erdogan said he would support Finland’s NATO application, paving the way for the country to join the military bloc ahead of Sweden.

 | AP

Protesters stand in a cloud of teargas after a demonstration in Paris.

Protests erupt in France over Macron’s retirement age push

The French president argues a reform is needed to make the economy more competitive and to keep the pension system from diving into deficit.

 | AP