Jayden “Jayo” Archer was the first rider to perform a triple backflip in competition.
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Israeli police say Palestinian gunmen killed at least 1 person in the West Bank in an attack lauded as heroic by Hamas.
This reverses its recalls of nearly all the iconic bears on loan to U.S. zoos as relations soured between the two nations.
U.S.-led counterstrikes against Yemen’s Houthi rebels have failed to slow the Iran-backed rebels’ attacks on global shipping.
One miner called the situation at an illegal open pit gold mine that collapsed in a Venezuelan jungle “terrifying.” Multiple people were killed, authorities said.
Alabama hospital pauses IVF treatment after embryo ruling; Insulin still unaffordable to some after price caps
NATO forces are conducting drills in Poland near the border with Russia as fears grow the ongoing invasion of Ukraine could spill over into NATO territory. The drills include some 10,000 U.S.
Bryce Pedicini, a U.S. Navy chief petty officer, has been charged by the U.S. military with espionage and attempted espionage for providing documents to an employee of a foreign nation.
Two climbers are confirmed dead and another is still missing on Mexico’s Pico de Orizaba, the highest mountain in the country.
The boy, Aswath Kaushik, beat 37-year-old Jacek Stopa of Poland at a chess tournament in Switzerland.