Kevin Spacey leaving court

Kevin Spacey 'Strenuously' Denies Sex Charges, Granted Bail

The alleged incidents took place in London between March 2005 and August 2008, and one in western England in April 2013.


0:33U.S. Marine veteran Andy Tai Huynh
Jeronimo Nisa / The Decatur Daily via AP

2 U.S. Veterans From Alabama Reported Missing In Ukraine

Police officers transport recovered human remains
Edmar Barros / AP

Police: Amazon Fisherman Confesses To Killing Missing Pair

4:40Denys Kratt

Pride Month Holds New Weight For LGBTQ Ukrainians

2:28U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman General Milley, U.S. Defense Secretary Austin, Ukraine's Defense Minister Reznikov.
Yves Herman, Pool Photo via AP

U.S. Sending $1 Billion More Military Aid To Ukraine

2:55People protest for the right to an abortion.

How The U.S. Would Compare To Other Countries If Roe Is Overturned

A woman heads to the market in Makariv, on the outskirts of Kyiv, Ukraine.
Natacha Pisarenko / AP

Russians Control 80% Of Key Ukraine City, Cut Escape Routes

0:23Exhumation at a mass grave near Bucha, Ukraine
Natacha Pisarenko / AP

Ukraine Forest Is Site Of Another Mass Grave Exhumation

Hong Kong's iconic Jumbo Floating Restaurant is towed away.
Kin Cheung / AP

Victim Of Pandemic, Iconic Hong Kong Floating Restaurant Towed Away

0:25Shrapnel traces on a house damaged by Russian night shelling in Ukraine
Efrem Lukatsky / AP

Russians Control 80% Of Contested City In Eastern Ukraine

5:51Students in Chicago's Ukrainian village are shown.

A Chicago School Is Helping Ukrainian Refugee Kids Feel At Home

Motorcyclists at a fuel station
Rajanish Kakade / AP

India, China Growing Markets For Shunned Russian Oil

0:34Woman flees a burning house in Ukraine
Alexei Alexandrov / AP

The Battle Of Donbas Could Prove Decisive In Ukraine War

A Federal Police officer loads a truck with items found during a search for missing men in Brazil
Edmar Barros / AP

Belongings Of Missing Men Found Tied Underwater In Amazon

Couple wearing face masks
Andy Wong / AP

Virus Outbreak At Nightclub Sets Off New Beijing Clampdown

French President Emmanuel Macron.
Ludovic Marin, Pool via AP

French Projections: Macron's Centrists Will Keep A Majority

0:30People lineup to visit a newly opened fast food restaurant in a former McDonald's outlet in Moscow
Dmitry Serebryakov / AP

Russian-Owned Successor Of McDonald's Opens In Moscow

China's Defense Minister General Wei Fenghe
Danial Hakim / AP

China Accuses U.S. Of Trying To 'Hijack' Support In Asia

Women attend a mass at St. Volodymyr's Cathedral during Orthodox Pentecost in Kyiv, Ukraine
Natacha Pisarenko / AP

Ukraine's Leader Says His Troops Keep Defying Predictions

2:53An elderly woman looks out the window in Ukraine
Bernat Armangue / AP

Ukraine: Russia Said To Be Using More Deadly Weapons In War

3:01A Ukrainian soldier holds radios during heavy fighting on the front line in Severodonetsk.
Oleksandr Ratushniak / AP

Ukraine Pleads For Weapons As 100-200 Soldiers Die A Day

President Joe Biden meets with world leaders
Evan Vucci / AP

President Biden, Leaders Reach Migration Pact Despite Attendance Flap

4:37President Joe Biden and Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro
Evan Vucci / AP

Summit Of The Americas: Leaders Talk Economy, Climate And Migration

2:36Golfer Phil Mickelson
Denis Poroy / AP

PGA Tour Suspending Players Who Compete In New Saudi-Backed Tour

A worker tends to cannabis plants at a farm in Chonburi province, eastern Thailand.
Sakchai Lalit / AP

Thailand Makes Marijuana Legal, But Smoking Discouraged

0:26United Nations Security Council meeting
Mary Altaffer / AP

U.S. Criticizes Russia And China For U.N. Vote Defending North Korea

0:30A Ukrainian soldier stands in a position during heavy fighting on the front line in Severodonetsk.
Oleksandr Ratushniak / AP

Key City's Fate In Balance As Fighting Rages In East Ukraine

3:54Chinese President Xi Jinping
Ng Han Guan / AP

Former U.S. Officials Offer A Look Inside China's Intel Community

2:27Richard Engel's Reporting On The Taliban's Takeover Of Afghanistan.
NBC News

Richard Engel's Reporting On The Taliban's Takeover Of Afghanistan

0:27Inspector sets up surveillance equipment
AP / Mehdi Ghasemi, ISNA

Iran Turns Off 2 U.N. Surveillance Devices At Nuclear Site

Derailed passenger train in Iran
Iranian Red Crescent Society via AP

Train Derailment In Iran Kills At Least 21 People