Justice Clarence Thomas asked a question for the first time in 3 years -- here's why
Washington (CNN) — The question Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas asked on Wednesday -- one of his exceptionally rare queries -- involved race. But as has happened before, there was a twist.
Top E.U. Coalition Suspends Party Led by Hungary’s Autocratic Leader
BUDAPEST — Fidesz, the party of Prime Minister Viktor Orban of Hungary, was suspended from the European Union’s most powerful political coalition on Wednesday, endangering an alliance that has shielded him from serious repercussions as he has dismantled or co-opted nearly every check on his power.
Indonesia's Lion Air Starts Work on $1 Billion IPO
(Bloomberg) -- Lion Air has started preparations for a domestic initial public offering, people with knowledge of the matter said, as Indonesia’s biggest private carrier seeks to move past an October crash that triggered the crisis surrounding Boeing Co.’s 737 Max plane.
Thousands of Cyclone Idai survivors cling to rooftops, aid agency says, as death toll rises
(CNN) — Rescue workers say they are scrambling to save around 10,000 survivors of Tropical Cyclone Idai who are clinging onto rooftops in Mozambique, amid the threat of rising floods as heavy rain continues in heavily affected regions.
Australia 'making progress' with Turkey after Erdoğan comments spark diplomatic row
Australia’s prime minister has declared his country is “making progress” towards repairing its relationship with Turkey after the president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan created a diplomatic row by invoking Anzac deaths at Gallipoli.