Dozens of House members uttered tens of thousands of words during Wednesday's — still ongoing — historic impeachment debate. Here are some of the buzziest.
Australia faces bushfires and record-setting heat, a double whammy of extremes that has amplified scrutiny of Australian climate politics.
"The presidency shouldn't be a training job," Bloomberg said. "You need somebody who comes in and knows how to run an organization."
From aiding humans in space, to teaching us how to play better ping pong, it seems the robots of 2019 really just want to help
Interplanetary ambitions are making aerospace investments skyrocket. We hear from aerospace industry experts and decision-makers at the Dubai Air Show.
The drivers allege that under California law they should have been considered employees, not contractors, at least since a 2018 ruling from the California Supreme Court.
DUIs, drug paraphernalia possession, and unlawful receipt of public benefits would be among seven triggers barring migrants from even applying for asylum.
Lower courts have generally held that employees who perform any religious function cannot sue for job discrimination, whether they are considered ministers or not.
The neighbour of a German cheese factory can complain about the smell, but isn't allowed to cover the town with stickers to protest the stink, a Munich court has ruled.
"I have proven something for women's darts — that women can play the men and beat them," said Fallon Sherrock.
Andrea Martins' father discovered this "lost paradise" on the Atlantic coast. But he nearly didn't live to tell the tale.
First Read is your briefing from "Meet the Press" and the NBC Political Unit on the day's most important political stories and why they matter.
Workers toil on a frozen river in northeast China before dawn, using hand tools and machines to carve large bricks for an annual winter sculpture festival
The president took to Twitter ahead of historic action expected in the House of Representatives.
Why vegan, cruelty-free skiwear is forecast to be the next big thing in the new year.
The chairman of the House Intelligence Committee spoke out after the president attacked him in a rambling six-page letter to Pelosi.
The violent crash of a double-decker bus in Hong Kong killed six people and injured more than 30 others on Wednesday, police said.