Panama's ex-president holed up in Nicaragua's embassy while judiciary orders his arrest
While Panama's ex-president, Ricardo Martinelli, remains holed up in Nicaragua's embassy a federal judiciary denied his release to reflect the flight risk the 71-year-old poses.
4 charged after seizure of suspected Iranian-made weapons in vessel that led to deaths of 2 Navy SEALs: DOJ
Four foreign nationals who were allegedly transporting Iranian-made weapons on a vessel were intercepted by U.S. military personnel, the Department of Justice said. Two Navy SEALS died in the mission.
British court rules 16-year-old Scout's accidental hiking death an unlawful killing
A British jury on Thursday found a 16-year-old boy's death on a Scout trip to Wales constituted an unlawful killing, with the Scout Association being referred for investigation.
Russia threatened to shoot down French surveillance craft over Black Sea, officials say
Russian forces have reportedly threatened to shoot down a French surveillance aircraft patrolling over the Black Sea in international airspace.
Pentagon challenged on notion US strikes are deterring Houthi attacks
Houthi attacks on commercial ships traveling through the Red Sea have continued despite U.S.-led coalition strikes on the militant group in Yemen.
Zelenskyy appeals to Trump, Congress to see 'tragedy' of Russia invasion in exclusive Bret Baier interview
FOX News chief political anchor Bret Baier sat with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy just half a mile away from the front line with Russia, where fighting occurred even as the men spoke.
Pakistani regulators block access to X, formerly Twitter
Pakistani media regulators have blocked access to X, formerly Twitter, in the country, with Thursday marking the sixth day of widespread service disruptions.
At least 13 injured in fire on Spanish residential block
A fire consumed two residential buildings in Valencia, Spain, on Thursday, injuring at least 13 people and prompting a large rescue operation.
Polish lawmakers greenlight morning-after pill for ages 15 and up
Polish lawmakers voted Thursday in favor of over-the-counter access to contraceptive "morning-after" pills for individuals aged 15 and up.
Taliban carries out double public execution at stadium
The Taliban on Wednesday publicly executed two men deemed responsible for fatal stabbings, with the victims' relatives firing the fatal shots before thousands at a stadium.
Mother of Navalny claims Russia pressuring her to agree to secret burial after seeing son's body
The mother of Russia's opposition leader Alexei Navalny has accused Russia of pressuring her to bury her son in secret without a public funeral.
Russian skier dead, 6 rescued in avalanche at Himalayan resort
A Russian skier and five others were rescued Thursday, alongside their local guide, after an avalanche in Gulmarg, a popular ski resort town in Indian-controlled Kashmir.
US state agriculture leaders looks to Cuba's private farming sector for possible cooperation
Commissioners on the National Association of State Departments of Agriculture visited Cuba to explore the market potential of its agricultural sector.
Canadian man found guilty, sentenced to life for truck attack which killed Muslim family
The truck attack which occurred on June 6, 2021, killed four members of the Afzaal family. Nathaniel Veltman, 23, is believed to have been influenced by white nationalist content.
US, coalition forces destroy 6 Houthi one-way attack drones
Six Houthi one-way attack drones that "were an imminent threat" have been shot down in the Red Sea on Thursday, according to U.S. Central Command.
Guinness World Records revokes 'oldest dog ever' title for Portuguese canine
Guinness World Records has revoked the title of oldest canine ever from a Portuguese dog named Bobi, who died last year. Bobi was a purebred Rafeiro do Alentejo.
Hungary stalled Sweden's NATO bid for 18 months, but collaboration could mend rift between them, analyst says
Hungary delayed a vote on Sweden's admission to NATO for 18 months, causing tension between the two countries. A potential arms acquisition deal could help normalize relations.
Iran to hold first elections since Mahsa Amini's death sparked mass protests in 2022
Candidates for Iran's parliament have begun campaigning for March elections. They will be the first since nationwide protests following the death of Mahsa Amini in police custody.
Not Your Mother's Book Club: House of Hollow (DEPOT)
An adult book club at the library!at The Local History Library at The Depot
Between the Lines Book Club: The Lion's of Fifth Avenue (APL)
An adult book club at the library!at Aurora Public Library
New Menu and Food Offered at Lawrenceburg American Legion Post 239
The Lawrenceburg American Legion Post 239 will now have food provided by Delishious Creations serving this menu every Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 11-7.at Lawrenceburg American Legion Post #239
Nonprofit organizations with projects that will directly benefit the residents of Aurora are encouraged to apply.
The BCEF has donated $3,000 to the Indiana University Honors Program in Foreign Language.
Lawrenceburg and South Dearborn battled on Homecoming Night at LHS.
Henry had a big night in order to reach the milestone.