Darcelle at her nightclub in 2017.
Migrants spent the night outside of a detention center where at least 38 people died in a fire this week in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico.
The Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant as seen from the city of Nikopol in 2022.
Hundreds of people gathered Wednesday at a candlelight vigil in Nashville. First lady Jill Biden and singer Sheryl Crow were among those attending, as were civic leaders including the mayor and police chief. (March 29) (AP video by Sharon Johnson)
Proposed changes to Israel’s judiciary have divided the country and ignited huge protests.
Viviana Hernandez, 11, at a makeshift memorial on Wednesday at the Covenant School in Nashville after a heavily armed assailant entered and fatally shot three children and three adults.
A couple whose 1-year-old son is waiting for a liver transplant started a nonprofit, Tiny Transplant Titans, to help families on the same journey.
State Senator Max Wise spoke during a news conference on Wednesday in support of S.B. 150 in Frankfort, Ky.
Two police officers are being hailed as heroes for their role in ending a shooting rampage at a local Christian elementary school in Nashville.
Julio Ramirez died of a drug overdose after leaving the Ritz with three men in April 2022.
You may be the only one in this entire state who could do something to protect our children. You could do it if you wanted to.
A rare gem, named the Eternal Pink Diamond for its vivid purplish pink appearance, could sell for $35 million when Sotheby's auctions it off in June.
‘We’re praying for you’ has been ridiculed as an empty phrase. But it can be an incitement to action rather than an excuse for inaction.
House Republicans have begun to back away from some of their own budget objectives.
Children attending night school at Barefoot College in the Indian state of Rajasthan.
Gov. Kathy Hochul released a budget proposal that backed some, but not all, of the elements in a climate bill supported by the New York State Legislature.
US Logistics Solutions illegally terminated an employee for taking time off to care for his newborn baby and spouse, the Department of Labor said.
A Wisconsin man was arrested Tuesday at Boston Logan International Airport in connection to the 2022 firebombing of an anti-abortion group's office.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Israel would not make decisions based on “pressures from abroad.”
Here's the latest for Wednesday, March 29: Senate votes to repeal Iraq War approval; Zelenskyy: Any Russian victory could be perilous; Pope Francis goes to hospital, cancels audiences; Four of Shakespeare's original folios on sale, first in 20 years.
Elon Musk, the chief executive of Twitter and Tesla, and other tech leaders have criticized an “out-of-control race” to develop more advanced artificial intelligence.
Former President Donald J. Trump has said that the investigations scrutinizing his actions have been driven by his political opponents.
The colossal amount of rain and snow that has fallen on California over the past few months equals more than 78 trillion gallons of water.
Richard D. Kahlenberg, whose hero is Robert Kennedy, wants to build a multiracial progressive coalition.
Lawmakers overrode a veto by Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear. The law bars discussion of sexual orientation or gender identity in schools and trans youth care.
The Senate voted Wednesday to repeal the resolution that gave a green light for the 2003 invasion of Iraq, a bipartisan effort to return a basic war power to Congress 20 years after an authorization many now view as a mistake. (March 29)
The N.C.A.A. has begun putting in place recommendations from a report on the disparities between men’s and women’s basketball. But there are differing assessments for a path forward.
Addressing his second Summit for Democracy Wednesday, President Joe Biden said global leaders are "turning the tide" in stemming a yearslong backslide of democratic institutions. (March 29)
Fox News and Donald J. Trump existed for years in a kind of symbiosis — with on-air personalities effusively praising him and benefiting from big ratings for his frequent appearances.
During the Vietnam War, Peter Mathews found an enemy soldier's diary. A lifetime later, Mathews set out on a journey to return it to its home.
According to the Fairfax County Police Department, the standoff with the woman began about 11 a.m. Tuesday and continued on Wednesday.
House Democrats spoke at the steps of the Capitol on Wednesday morning urging action on gun legislation as yet another school shooting took place in a Christian elementary school in Nashville this week. (March 29)
Last year, Alexander Martin bought her first home in Peoria, Ill. for $75,000. “I come from generational poverty. I’m Black and trans. I’m an artist. Owning a house was not top of mind,” she said.
Before heading to the hospital, Dominque Green dropped off her 2-year-old daughter, Aubrey, at her parent's mobile home in Silver City.
A protest against the Israeli government’s proposed judicial overhaul outside Parliament on Monday.
Celebrities are expressing sadness, anger and are sharing anecdotes after a shooter entered a Nashville elementary school killing six people.
"I am deeply and profoundly sorry," said the mom who pulled a gun on her daughter's attacker. "I should have let law enforcement handle the situation"
Pope Francis went to a Rome hospital on Wednesday for some previously scheduled tests, slipping out of the Vatican after his general audience and before the busy start of Holy Week this Sunday. (March 29)
A look at the day's best photographs from around the world.