Europe

Politics
The court has a 5-4 conservative majority, including two Trump appointees.
World News
The next government will decide how the country handles Brexit.
Women
Italy’s “Invisibility Is Not A Superpower” exhibition aims to show women that they’re not alone.
Entertainment
The rapper and two members of his entourage were convicted of assault in August for beating a 19-year-old in Stockholm after an argument.
World News
The World Anti-Doping Agency voted to punish Moscow for tampering with laboratory data.
World News
The reported test comes as a year-end deadline set by North Korea regarding denuclearization talks with the U.S. nears.
World News
Unprepared tourists faced empty train stations and closed landmarks as Paris police prepared for a major demonstration through the capital.
Sports
The athlete revealed he'll now represent Great Britain in honor of his mom.
Politics
The French president told Trump to "be serious," delivering a real-time fact check of his false claim that most Islamic State fighters are from Europe.
Politics
Trump is expected to appeal the matter to the U.S. Supreme Court.
World News
Relations between the U.S. and France are particularly strained after the U.S. proposed introducing tariffs on $2.4 billion in goods.
Politics
Hearings before the Judiciary Committee, which has responsibility for crafting any formal charges against Trump, are a major step toward possible charges.
Politics
The progressive bloc set to rule Europe’s fifth-largest economy has endorsed a Green New Deal but risks fueling a resurgent fascist movement.
Politics
After an update on its Weather and Maps apps, Apple was slammed by Ukraine, which said the tech giant didn't "give a damn" about its pain.
Politics
Trump -- who visits London for a NATO summit next week -- has already waded into the upcoming December vote, however.
World News
His Conservative Party could win 359 seats out of 650, up from 317 in the 2017 general election.
Weird News
A large sow took a strong and devoted liking to a reporter on Greek TV station ANT1 during a live broadcast. His colleagues were not helpful.
World News
The 6.4-magnitude earthquake killed at least 13 people and injured dozens more in the capital of Tirana and surrounding areas on Tuesday.
Women
A publicly funded retirement home in Vesoul, France, reportedly told a nun she needed to stop wearing religious clothing to be admitted.
World News
Some protesters told Reuters they were holding out not for a showdown with police, but because they were innocent and looking for an escape route.