Police said the situation was evolving as they recommended that people stay off the streets.
Vice Foreign Minister Choe Son Hui said North Korea may also rethink its moratorium on missile launches.
Twelve Republican senators joined Democrats in nullifying the emergency.
Prestigious universities promised to consider how to protect their admissions processes from fraud.
In a statement, the organization's president said he wanted to ensure the "conduct of our staff reflects the mission of the organization and the values we hope to instill in the world.”
If the deal goes through, Britain, Europe and the United States would lose big.
Trump offers true believers an uncomfortable arrangement: What you would save you must first defile.
The admissions scandal is a more brazen version of the ceaseless drive of successful parents to keep their children on top.
It’s proving to be an increasingly difficult challenge.
A bipartisan alliance condemns Beijing’s persecution of Uighurs.
So much for the American tradition of compassion for those in need.
The papers from a lawsuit against BuzzFeed include a forensic analysis by a former top official in the FBI’s cyber crime division.
After years of promising to control inappropriate content, YouTube is still delivering violent and sexually charged videos to young children, an indication that the platform’s growth far exceeds its ability to police itself.
The U.S. was one of the last to ground the Boeing 737 Max after a second deadly crash. To many, its delayed response reflects a broader weakness.
As the former congressman from El Paso seeks the presidency, his GOP ties are likely to be an issue with other Democrats.