Saturday's top stories


TuAnh Dam
Sep 24, 2022 - World

China warns "external" interference in Taiwan will lead to "forceful" response

TuAnh Dam
Sep 24, 2022 - Science

NASA delays Moon rocket launch due to Tropical Storm Ian

White House rips Arizona court's "backwards" decision on abortion ban

President Joe Biden

National security risk review of Mar-a-Lago material resumes after court ruling

Mark Robinson
Sep 24, 2022 - World

Iran says internet crackdown will continue amid protests over Mahsa Amini's death

Protesters hold signs of Iranian woman killed by police

Why big IPOs are still happening

Illustration of advertisement on a telephone pole with ripped off tabs. The ad has “For Sale IPO"

Arizona judge allows pre-statehood abortion ban to take effect

Trump allies launch new super PAC called MAGA Inc.

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Where GOP governors are transporting migrants

Sophia Cai
Updated Sep 23, 2022 - Politics & Policy

Scoop: White House prepares for post-midterm turnover

President Joe Biden speaks at the start of a Cabinet meeting in the Cabinet Room of the White House on July 20, 2021 in Washington, DC.
Erin Doherty
Updated Sep 23, 2022 - Politics & Policy

World Bank president declines calls to step down

David Malpass, President, The World Bank Group, speaks on stage during The 2022 Concordia Annual Summit
Sareen Habeshian
Updated Sep 23, 2022 - Health

Moderna seeks emergency authorization for omicron COVID booster for children

Barak Ravid
Sep 23, 2022 - World

Palestinian President Abbas: Israel "destroying" two-state solution

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas speaks at the UN General Assembly.
Erin Doherty
Updated Sep 23, 2022 - Politics & Policy

NARA withholding Mar-a-Lago search records to protect DOJ's "ongoing work"

he National Archives Building, opened in 1935, is the original headquarters of the National Archives and Records Administration

Pound plunges after new British government releases budget

British prime minister Liz Truss
Jacob Knutson
Sep 23, 2022 - World

UN human rights commission says war crimes were committed in Ukraine

Member of the Independent International Commission of Inquiry on Ukraine speaking in Geneva on Sept. 23.

UN General Assembly previews climate summit conflicts

Photo illustration of Gen Guterres in front of bursting shapes, including one filled with images of greenhouse gas emissions

Breyer: "Very, very, very sorry" about Dobbs decision

Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer speaks during an event at the Library of Congress for the 2022 Supreme Court Fellows Program hosted by the Law Library of Congress on February 17, 2022
Dave Lawler
Sep 23, 2022 - World

St. Kitts and Nevis considers dropping the monarchy after queen's death

Scoop: Biden administration may try to oust World Bank head

David Malpass

Puerto Rico's intersecting crises

Illustration of the Puerto Rican flag falling apart to leave an exclamation point

Crypto downturn makes NFT artists get creative

Illustration of a grid of coins in a Pop Art style.

House Republicans' agenda gamble

House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, wearing a dark gray suit, white shirt and red-and-white tie, attends a memorial service in the Capitol's statuary hall.
Rebecca Falconer
Sep 23, 2022 - World

Russian-controlled Ukraine regions vote on whether to join Russia

 An interior view of Energodar (Enerhodar) City Council after operations have been completely halted in on September 11, 2022, in Zaporizhzia, Ukraine.
Rebecca Falconer
Updated Sep 23, 2022 - Politics & Policy

Jury awards Democratic firm $120,000 in Project Veritas lawsuit

James O’Keefe, President of Project Veritas, speaks during the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) at The Rosen Shingle Creek on February 24, 2022 in Orlando, Florida.

Our secret sauce for better communication

Illustration of a coffee mug with the Axios logo with steam forming a thought bubble