Tokyo Olympics officially postponed until 2021

The Tokyo Olympics have been officially postponed until 2021.

Vigil held to remember mother turned gun violence activist

A vigil was held in honor of Anita Franklin, a mother turned gun violence activist who was well-known in the Lexington area.

Quarantine ruling: Russia sends woman back after she escapes

A Russian court has ordered a woman who escaped from a virus quarantine to return back to the hospital.

Experts seek answers behind constant quakes in Puerto Rico

Seismologists in Puerto Rico are studying recently buried sensors they hope will reveal answers about constant earthquakes.

Suspected jihadists strike Niger military; 25 soldiers dead

Officials in Niger say Islamic militants have carried out another large attack on the country's military, leaving 25 soldiers and 63 jihadists dead.

Combat veteran, veterans group leader gives perspective on Iran

Veteran's Club president, Jeremy Harrell, says he's had veterans reaching out to him wanting to come out of retirement, to re-enlist.

Iran launches missiles at US military facilities in Iraq: US official

Multiple missiles have been launched at Iraq from Iran targeting American military facilities, according to a U.S. official.

Activists in Lexington join in nationwide anti-war protests

The Lexington Democratic Socialists of America rallied in protest of a potential war Sunday afternoon at the Fayette County Courthouse.

15 killed, 66 hurt after plane crashes in Kazakhstan

A Kazakhstan plane with 98 people aboard has crashed shortly after takeoff early Friday, killing at least 15 people.

Santa’s on his way, NORAD tracker keeps tabs

Keep up with Santa with NORAD tracker!

Hip-hop artist delivers coats to needy children

Hip-hop artist Devine Carama is delivering coats to children across central and eastern Kentucky.

In numbers: Newly elected Parliament is UK's most diverse

Last week's U.K. election produced a resounding majority for Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Conservatives, but Britain's new Parliament is also the country's most diverse...

Bogota's history-making mayor-elect weds partner in Colombia

The first woman to be elected mayor of Colombia’s capital city has married her partner in a private civil ceremony before taking office By CHRISTINE ARMARIO...

Leaders of Russia, Turkey discuss fighting in Libya

The Kremlin says the leaders of Russia and Turkey have discussed the fighting in Libya in a phone call By The Associated Press December 17, 2019, 4:05...

Greece: 2 arrested for attacks on extreme-right party

Greek authorities say two people have been arrested on terrorism-related charges for allegedly participating in a pair of arson attacks at offices of the...

Jewish cemetery vandalized in northern Slovakian town

Police say dozens of gravestones have been vandalized at a Jewish cemetery in northern Slovakia By The Associated Press December 17, 2019, 1:54 PM 1 min read BRATISLAVA, Slovakia...

Kuwait forms new Cabinet after row by ruling family members

Kuwait's ruling emir has approved the country's new Cabinet, which includes two women and does not include the previous interior and defense ministers By The Associated...

Spanish court refuses to extradite Venezuelan ex-minister

Spain's National Court has rejected the extradition to the United States of a former Venezuelan minister wanted by the U.S. for money laundering linked...

High-profile US murder case parolee deported back to Germany

A German diplomat's son who served more than 33 years in prison for a double murder in Virginia that he has steadfastly maintained he...

Finland offers crash course in artificial intelligence to EU

Officials in Finland say the country is offering a free-of-charge online course in artificial intelligence for European Union citizens in their own language By JARI TANNER...

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