This morning, over 200 civilians have been killed in the Syrian city of Aleppo this week as air strikes and shelling resumes, 20 protesters have been arrested at an anti-Trump rally, Drake drops a new album, and more.
This morning, the CIA left "explosive training material" on a school bus, Trump's favorability ratings tumble, architects pay tribute to Zaha Hadid, and more.
Obama is planning to hold a meeting of world leaders to try and figure out what to do with ISIS, legendary comedian Garry Shandling has died, the Oregon militia cost taxpayers $6 million, and more in today's Morning Bulletin.
This morning, an Arizona man has been convicted of conspiring to support an Islamic State attack, North Korea has defied UN sanctions again by launching ballistic missiles, and more.
If the Communist government's plan goes through, Otto Warmbier won't be back on US soil until he's at least 36.
Mar 16, 2016
This morning, Marco Rubio ends his presidential campaign, a manhunt for suspected terrorists involved in a gun battle in Brussels enters a second day, Harrison Ford is mocked for being 'too old' to play Indiana Jones, and more.
This morning, Clinton and Sanders call for the governor of Michigan to resign over Flint's water crisis, a gunman shot himself dead after a shooting spree in Australia, Kesha receives a human rights award, and more.
This morning, Trump's rivals promise to back him if he wins the Republican nomination, Kim Jong-un has the North Korean military on "pre-emptive attack" mode, Kendrick Lamar drops a surprise new album, and more.
This morning, the Koch brothers are not funding efforts to block Trump, North Korea defies UN sanctions by shooting missiles into the sea, a team of refugees will compete at the Rio Olympics, and more.
Director Álvaro Longoria on getting stuck in the country's information feedback loop, even with his all-access pass.
This morning, Apple promises its new iPhone will be harder to hack, France Demands $1.8 Billion from Google in taxes, and Amazon removes all hoverboards from its site.
This morning, Hillary Clinton accuses Bernie Sanders of an "artful smear," a UN panel rules in favor of Julian Assange's release, a spider has been named after Johnny Cash, and more.
This morning, more than 50 million people on the East Coast are preparing for a blizzard, a former Russian spy has dismissed a UK report's claims that he murdered Alexander Litvinenko, Kenya might ban Netflix, and more.
This morning, hundreds of parades are taking place across the US to mark the 30th anniversary of Martin Luther King Day, Bernie Sanders reveals a universal healthcare plan, and tennis has been rocked by Wimbledon match-fixing claims.
A roundup of which nation-states humankind should be worried about this year.
Did they really have a successful hydrogen bomb test? Can they really miniaturise their bombs and attach them to rockets? Or is it all just empty bragging?
This morning, TransCanada is suing the Obama administration for blocking the Keystone XL oil pipeline, French police are investigating a suspected terrorist attack in Paris, a weed activists sends pot to Canada's MPs, and more.
This morning, the FBI appeals for help in San Bernardino shooting case, North Korea claims a successful hydrogen bomb test, journalist Mohammed Rasool is released on bail in Turkey, and more.
The Supreme Leader wouldn't be caught dead using a public restroom.
The Boy General, a popular North Korean cartoon from the 1980s, has been rebooted—this time, with better animation and more propaganda for the state.
"Both the country and the band have been portrayed as some fascist outcasts. The truth is that both are misunderstood," said the tour organizer.
North Korea is often seen as being backward, but now Kim Jong-un is literally turning the clocks back.
Kim Jong-un ramped up the saber rattling on the 62nd anniversary of the end of the Korean War.
Ben Makuch met up with the North Korean defector in Seoul to talk about her pictures and experiences from her 28 years at Bukchang labor camp.