The Taliban claims its ban on girls in high school will last only until a new education policy is announced next year.
Smollett was convicted on 5 of 6 counts and could face jail time or lengthy probation.
“Vuity” drops could replace reading glasses for 128 million Americans. They take effect in about 15 minutes and last for six to 10 hours.
The D.C. City Council voted to rename the Saudi embassy’s street “Jamal Khashoggi Way,” irking the Arab state responsible for his death.
The New Zealand law is meant to phase out cigarettes, and it will include an annual increase in the minimum buying age.
Despite the murder records being broken, Chicago leads the nation with 739 as of the end of November, far from its record of 974 homicides in 1970.
Noncitizens with green cards and work permits, and DACA holders, will get to vote in elections for city offices like mayor, borough president and city council.
Ralph Lauren also launched a holiday-themed game that lets virtual characters ice skate and drink hot chocolate.
The decision to cut India off from U.S. arms deals came as Washington grew concerned about deepening Chinese military influence.
This is the second child for British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his wife Carrie.