On Friday, President Donald Trump said he had reached an agreement with leaders of Congress to end the US government shutdown. The 35-day shutdown was the longest in US history.
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Ms. May survived the no-confidence vote 325 to 306, and is still the UK's prime minister.
In the early morning of January 2, two women entered Sabarimala temple and prayed. Since news of their visit came out, the Indian state of Kerala has been nearly shut down by protests.
Magnus Carlsen held onto his title as world chess champion by beating Fabiano Caruana in tie-breaking rapid chess games during the world chess championship.
This article is an update to the story: NASA’s InSight to Land on Mars Monday.NASA’s InSight Lander touched ground safely on Mars on Monday. NASA…
The US, France, and the UK shot missiles at three places in Syria early Saturday morning. The countries attacked because they believe Syria used chemical weapons last week.
Tiangong-1 landed in the South Pacific Ocean on April 2, 2018 without any harm to humans.
The police officer who became sick after going to help Sergei Skripal and his daughter has left the hospital. On Thursday, after three weeks in the hospital, doctors have allowed Nick Bailey to go home.
Kenya's president, Uhuru Kenyatta, and the man who ran against him, Raila Odinga, met on March 9. The meeting surprised many people. Both men said they wanted to work to bring their country together.