Hurricane Ian Leaves Wake of Devastation in Florida
One of the most powerful storms to ever hit the Florida peninsula causes catastrophic destruction to the state's southwestern coast.
NATO Says Nord Stream Pipeline Leaks Caused by Sabotage, Prompting Increased Security
European nations take precautionary measures to secure oil and gas platforms as the military alliance promises a united response to deter and defend against hybrid attacks.
Putin Annexes Ukrainian Regions while Italy Elects its First Far-Right Party Since WWII
Russia raises the stakes in Ukraine amid battlefield defeats while a political party and premier with neo-fascist roots takes control in Italy.
Oath Keepers' Seditious Conspiracy Trial Set to Begin
Opening statements begin Monday in the consequential trial of the extremist group's leader Stewart Rhodes for his role in the Jan. 6 insurrection.
DART Spacecraft Crashes Into Asteroid in NASA's First Test of Planetary Defense
NASA's Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART) was humanity's first attempt at defending the planet by altering an asteroid's course.
US Consumers and Companies Continue to Spend Despite High Inflation
Unique market and labor conditions sustain consumer and business spending while inflation and recession pressures weigh on the US economy.
Podcast Companion - October 1st
Our guide to the week's best podcasts.
Russia's Mobilization Order is Met with Protests and an Exodus to the Border
President Putin's call for recruits to support his military invasion of Ukraine leads to massive numbers of citizens protesting and fleeing the country.
Puerto Rico Without Power and Water after Hurricane Fiona
Almost a million homes and businesses are without power after the storm causes an island-wide power outage for its over 3 million residents.
Trump's Legal Troubles Mount through Multiple Investigations
The former president's civil and criminal exposure due to his actions and business activities appears to be intensifying from numerous angles.