Prosecuting Florida’s Migrant Flights Would Face Legal Hurdles

Legal questions have been raised about migrant flights Florida chartered to Sacramento and Martha’s Vineyard. But state officials say they were voluntary, and proving otherwise could be tough.

Where Republican Presidential Candidates Stand on Climate Change

While many of them acknowledge that climate change is real, they largely downplay the issue and reject policies that would slow rising temperatures.

A Trump-Appointed Judge Who Showed Him Favor Gets the Documents Case

The surprise assignment of Judge Aileen Cannon could be a setback for prosecutors as they unveiled a sweeping classified files indictment.

What to Know About Canada’s Exceptional Wildfire Season

Wild fires started earlier, are higher in number and spread across much of the country, burning millions of acres as climate change turns more of the country’s forest into a tinderbox.

Voting underway in election that could put Montenegro back on EU track

Elections in Montenegro are the first in more than 30 years that do not feature Milo Djukanovic

European leaders offer more aid to Tunisia amid efforts to curb migration

Tunisia’s increasingly autocratic president hosted the leaders of Italy, the Netherlands and the European Union on Sunday for talks aimed at smoothing the way for an international bailout and restoring stability to a country that has become a major source of migration to Europe.

The Art of Reusing Plastic

The artists Beverly Barkat and Germane Barnes play with discarded plastic — including bottles, cups and printer cartridges — to explore the possibilities of reinventing waste.

Ukraine on the Attack in the South, Part of What Russia Calls a Counteroffensive

Ukrainian forces intensified attacks overnight in the Zaporizhzhia region of southern Ukraine, days into what Russian officials have called the start of a counteroffensive, a long-anticipated operation that carries high stakes for Kyiv and its …

As Water From Destroyed Dam Rose, Ukrainians Face a Fresh New Horror

The early morning explosion that woke Oksana Alfiorova from her sleep seemed normal enough, at least for wartime in Kherson. Ms. Alfiorova, who is 57, lived through nine months of Russian occupation — “really scary” — and since then, nearly as long …

Kilauea Erupts in Hawaii With ‘Incandescent’ Glow

The volcano on the Big Island gave hints in the past month that an eruption might be imminent.