A new UN-backed climate change report, elections in rebel-held Ukraine and FIFA discusses rescheduling the 2022 Qatar World Cup to avoid 117ºF summer heat.
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Civilians personnel can either self-monitor or volunteer to go into a 21-day quarantine.
Hispanics still trust the Democratic Party more than the GOP to handle other issues besides immigration reform, according to a Pew study.
Leadership change in Burkina Faso, Hungary’s prime minister scraps a proposed internet tax and a Russian film star “visits” the front lines of eastern Ukraine.
TRNS interviews Daniel L. Cohen, Forum Chair of the US Abuse Deterrent Coalition
“For now, the progress is limited, but I sense there is an intention on the part of Iran to accelerate the clarification of issues important to the negotiations,” IAEA Director Yukiya Amano said.
Although the Green Party is anti-war, Mark Swaney explains why he is supporting action against the Islamic State.
The Obamas celebrate Halloween, the UN dispatches its West African envoy to Burkina Faso and San Francisco celebrates its third World Series in five years.
Dr. Lonnie Randolph, Jr., President of the South Carolina NAACP spoke to TRNS after two former police officers pleaded guilty to excessive force by repeatedly tasering a 40-year-old black woman with mental disabilities.