(NEW YORK) -- More than 1,000 journalists and other workers at The New York Times launched a 24-hour strike on Thursday, a protest over ongoing contract negotiations that marks the first such strike at the company in more than four decades. "It's never an easy... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's top infectious disease expert, is scheduled to brief reporters from the White House on Tuesday in what is likely to be his final briefing before leaving the government at the end of the year. Fauci was expected to... Read More.
(BEIRUT, Lebanon) -- An explosion of 2,750 tons of ammonium nitrate in Lebanon's biggest seaport in 2020 has left deep trauma in the Lebanese psyche. Opera singer Michel Bou Rjeilly says Beirut will never be the same. "It was all gone," he said. "The café shops, the... Read More.
(LONDON) -- Our team spent five days tracing the southern border of Ukraine. We drove more than 650 long miles through the big open, empty lands and packed small towns of Slovakia, Hungary, Romania and Moldova, countries that have welcomed more than 1 million... Read More.
(MARIUPOL, Ukraine) -- Natalia's escape from Mariupol, Ukraine, as Russian President Vladimir Putin continues his attack on the country, meant taking her family's life in her hands. After more than two weeks of waiting, she said she and her neighbor decided they'd make a... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- It was hardly the first week any of us imagined: A violent mob storming the United States Capitol, chanting for the vice president to be hanged, leaving behind a trail of shattered glass, blood and debris. The first 100 hours on the... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- "I'm sorry, I think my veins are camera shy," I joked to the nurse who was having trouble finding the right place on my hand for an IV. I was surrounded by cameras and wearing nothing but a gown and some unflattering yellow... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- As the cry "Oyez! Oyez! Oyez!" rang out just after 10 a.m. Monday in Washington, the justices of the U.S. Supreme Court emerged from behind a 44-foot velvet curtain wall, walking into their vaulted marble chamber for the first time in 18 months. They... Read More.
(HAITI) -- The 7.2 magnitude earthquake that just devastated Haiti feels like a bad dream on repeat. Imagine waking up to an earthquake just about a decade after another quake killed 250,000 of your brothers and sisters and destroyed your beautiful country. Receiving the news of... Read More.
(KABUL, Afghanistan) -- Sitting in a Taliban press conference Tuesday was a thoroughly surreal moment to cap seven long days of almost unimaginable firsts. This time two weeks ago, I was reporting from London on the Taliban assaulting three major cities. Chairman of the Joint... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- "Senator, what is a goat rodeo?" When you start covering Congress, you don't imagine yourself asking a United States senator these types of questions just outside the hallowed chamber walls at 11 p.m. But that is how Sen. John Kennedy, R-La., described Thursday's... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- The Justice Department will no longer apply the "compulsory legal process" to journalists acting in their capacity of news gathering, Attorney General Merrick Garland said in a memo released on Monday, but he did not rule out using the legal process completely on... Read More.