With more than 99% of votes counted, unofficial results showed Recep Tayyip Erdogan with 52% of the vote, compared with 48% for his challenger, Kemal Kilicdaroglu.
Speaker Kevin McCarthy and President Joe Biden announce a deal to avert a default on June 5. The plan includes spending cuts that could anger some lawmakers.
Roger Waters of Pink Floyd fame has drawn ire for his support for boycotts and sanctions against Israel. He recently performed in a costume that reminded some of a Nazi uniform. That incident is under investigation.
Is another city trying to get in on Chicago’s action? A bright patch of green was spotted in Venice’s Grand Canal on Sunday, looking very much like the Chicago River dyed green for St. Patrick’s Day.
Erdogan’s government vetoed Sweden’s bid to join NATO and purchased Russian missile-defense systems. But it also helped broker a crucial deal that allowed Ukrainian grain shipments and averted a global food crisis.
Russia launched the attack overnight Saturday with Iranian-made Shahed drones, a senior Kyiv military official said. The attack lasted more than five hours, with air defense reportedly shooting down more than 40 drones.
With the outlines of a deal in place, the legislative package could be drafted and shared with lawmakers in time for votes early next week in the House and later in the Senate.
Lawmakers are not expected back in Washington until Tuesday, two days before Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen predicts the U.S. won’t have funds to pay its bills.
Starting in 2024, Ford will switch to Tesla’s North American Charging Standard connector with its second-generation EVs. Ford owners will have to pay for the access.
The chipmaker’s shares jumped 24%, lifted by quarterly projected sales of $11 billion, a 64% jump from the same period last year and beating expectations.
A man, angry that the last Hot Pocket had been eaten, allegedly shot his roommate in the buttocks, authorities in Louisville say. He’s ordered to not contact the victim.
Dr. Caitlin Bernard is being investigated after she performed an abortion last year on a 10-year-old girl from Ohio and shared information with a newspaper reporter.
Special antisemitism envoy Deborah Lipstadt said antisemitism ‘threatens not just the safety of Jews, but the strength of our democracy.’
Matthew Bokoski, who entered the U.S. Capitol, was sentenced to 36 months of probation, according to court records.
In remarks before the judge handed down his sentence, Stewart Rhodes called himself a “political prisoner.”
National Museum of African American History and Culture tells stories that make some people uncomfortable — if they’re on the wrong side of history.
A parent’s complaint led to the poem, ‘The Hill We Climb,’ being placed a restricted list by an elementary school. ‘I’m gutted,’ the poet said in a Facebook post.
The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame legend died at 83 Tuesday.
Florida’s Ron DeSantis, fresh off a 19-point reelection win and holding a rich campaign war chest, enters the crowded GOP field looking to topple former President Donald Trump.
Sophie, the wife of Prince Edward, expressed her sympathies for the death of 81-year-old Helen Holland, who was struck at a West London intersection on May 10.
Oak Park-based journalist Russell Working played a vital role in helping to authenticate the Patek Philippe watch.
Wednesday marks one year since a gunman killed 19 children and two adults at an elementary school. A probe is ongoing into delays by police entering the school.
The Florida governor, in announcing his presidential run on Twitter Spaces, would join a growing field, including former President Donald Trump, seeking to challenge Joe Biden.
Former President Donald Trump appeared in court Tuesday by video feed and lashed out afterward about his March 25 trial date being scheduled during primary season.