The video, verified by Al Jazeera, corroborates witness accounts, adds further proof that Israeli forces shot Abu Akleh.
Congressman Andre Carson tells Al Jazeera letter calling for US investigation into journalist’s killing gaining support.
Shireen Abu Akleh’s brother and niece tell Al Jazeera that her killing was an attempt to silence her voice.
We take a closer look at the coverage by Western media outlets of the slain Al Jazeera journalist.
US president says massive assistance package will help Ukraine ‘defend democracy’ amid Russia’s ongoing invasion.
US president visits South Korea, Japan to strengthen Indo-Pacific alliances amid China’s rise and Russia-Ukraine war.
Pyongyang has not responded to offers of help and inquiries from the US, South Korea, the WHO and UNICEF.
Ukraine’s president says Russia’s intensifying offensive has ‘completely destroyed’ the eastern region.
Experts say Russia’s involvement in Central Africa could be over just as quicky as it began.
The 25-year-old boxer from Telangana state beat Thailand’s Jitpong Jutamas at the Women’s World Boxing Championships.
Pro-Russia online operatives falsely claimed weeks into Moscow's war against Ukraine that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky had committed suicide, as part of an aggressive effort to dent public morale and undermine the Ukrainian government, US cybersecurity firm Mandiant said Thursday.
When 25-year-old Maria Kozlovskaya gazes out of the window, she sees the green fields of the west of Ireland. It's a far cry from the shelled apartment buildings of her home city of Zaporizhzhia in southeastern Ukraine. Forced into exile by conflict, the young mother has found an unlikely refuge in a 15th-century castle in County Galway.
Mikhail Khodarenok, a former Russian colonel, criticized Putin's invasion of Ukraine on state TV but backtracked and had a remarkably different tone later. CNN's Matthew Chance reports.
Several Republican senators told CNN Thursday that despite their votes against a $40 billion military aid package for Ukraine, they do intend to vote to admit Finland and Sweden into NATO when and if that question comes before the Senate.
The US has regained its undisputed place as the leader of the world's democracies. And yet, when the world looks at what is happening in the US, it sees a struggling democracy ridden with violence, hate and division, writes Frida Ghitis.
Extreme temperatures and ongoing drought could cause the power grid to buckle across vast areas of the country this summer, potentially leading to electricity shortages and blackouts, a US power grid regulator said Wednesday.
Going to watch live sports has been increasing in price as years have gone by, but enough is enough for Justin Thomas.
There was a little seen warm moment between Chief Justice John Roberts and Justice Clarence Thomas last November 1, just before the Supreme Court heard arguments on Texas' abortion ban.
Tens of thousands of people have gotten student loan forgiveness through an overhauled federal program. Here's how to get help with your debt.
With a record-breaking summer for air travel ahead, it's time to settle the airport arrival time question. In some cases, you might need three hours.
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Biden begin a five-day trip to Asia in South Korea where he wants to deepen economic and security cooperation with the world's 10th largest economy.
Women and children fleeing war zones in Ukraine are left vulnerable, often in foreign countries where traffickers can exploit them.
Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky.. and several other conservative Republicans voted against the aid, contending the federal government already has too much debt.
Oklahoma is poised to implement the strictest anti-abortion law in the nation after lawmakers passed a Texas-style ban that begins at conception.
The president will visit a Samsung plant in South Korea, warnings of Russian retribution against Ukrainian troops and more news to start your Friday.
The International Committee of the Red Cross is trying to register the Ukrainian troops as POWs. US accuses Russia of weaponizing food. Updates.
The president said the decisions by Finland and Sweden to abandon their decades-old positions of military non-alignment proved that a “revived NATO” could provide a strong counterweight to Russia.
When the war is never far away, and the priests wear body armor, even burying a child is a risk.
The Pentagon said there was « a lot of kinetic activity » in between the cities of Kherson and Mykolaiv, but no major changes on the battlefield.
Follow live coverage of Boeing’s test of its Starliner capsule.
« Recession risks are high — uncomfortably high — and rising, » one leading economist says.
If signed into law, Oklahoma would effectively ban all abortions in the state.
The users were able to scroll through months of voluminous writings and racist screeds.
President Biden's five-day trip to South Korea and Japan is meant to emphasize U.S. commitment to the region in the face of a more assertive China.
Researchers say the hole, which spans more than 176 million cubic feet, could be home to previously unidentified plant and animal species.
After 1 million covid deaths, it must be asked: Is the United States prepared for any crisis requiring communal action?
SpaceX paid a flight attendant $250,000 in severance after she accused Elon Musk of exposing himself and offering to buy her a horse in exchange for a sexual massage.
A combination of previous market cycles, percentage drops, and time frames are combined into Heart's estimates.
Jocelyn Benson told NBC News she heard about the comments from "a source familiar with Trump's White House meeting." A Trump representative said Benson "lied."
The former prosecutor stood up to Andrew Cuomo and Eric Schneiderman. Here's why she's representing the type of power figure she used to confront.
"We have an enemy to defeat, but we will never be able to defeat them until we defeat the cowardly and weak members of our own party," he said.
Russia will build cars under the Moskvich brand at a factory left behind by French automaker Renault.
Perhaps the most popular credit card in history, the Chase Sapphire Preferred is offering an elevated bonus — but the offer will end on May 31, 2022.
Financial planner Hanna Horvath says bulking up your emergency fund and taking courses to advance your career are smart moves.
TikTok shot past Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube's time-spent records in 2021, reaching 44 daily minutes per user.