RIO DE JANEIRO — Brazilian police issued an arrest warrant Thursday for a businessman famous for amassing and then losing a multibillion-dollar fortune, the latest move in a wide-ranging corruption probe roiling Latin America's largest nation.
NEW YORK — A businessman attacked a Muslim employee at a Kennedy Airport lounge, kicking her, shouting obscenities at her and saying that President Donald Trump "will get rid of all of you," authorities said.
MADISON, Wis. — A University of Wisconsin-Madison student who once served prison time for setting fires at two predominantly black churches is recruiting on campus for a local chapter of a national pro-white party, enraging students searching for ways to improve race relations.
SRINAGAR, India — The death toll from two avalanches that struck the Himalayan region of Kashmir has risen to 14 after the bodies of four more Indian soldiers were recovered, the Indian army said Friday.
LIUMINYING VILLAGE, China — Four men in traditional yellow costumes bang large drums to announce the start of the New Year's Eve banquet in Liuminying village. Inside the meeting hall, 100 tables are set with a dozen plates, bearing sausages, nuts and fruit.
PHOENIX — President Donald Trump's announcement that he is taking steps toward building a U.S.-Mexico border wall was welcome news for voters who say they're glad he is following through on one of his biggest campaign promises.