U.S. Provided Canada With Intelligence on Killing of Sikh Leader

American intelligence gave assistance, but communications intercepted by Canada were more definitive in linking India to the killing of Hardeep Singh Nijjar.

Trudeau Says of Canada’s Political Mood, ‘People Are Mad’

During a visit to The New York Times, the prime minister shared thoughts on his explosive allegation against India as well as general anxiety by the public.

Ancient Arrow Is Among Artifacts to Emerge From Norway’s Melting Ice

As the earth warms, glacial archaeologists are in a race against time to preserve objects before they are destroyed by the elements. Recent field work yielded a surprisingly intact 3,000-year-old arrow.

U.S. Army’s Landstuhl Hospital in Germany Treats Troops Wounded in Ukraine

The Army’s Landstuhl Regional Medical Center has quietly started admitting Ukrainian Army soldiers who were wounded in combat, most of them American volunteers.

Chinese Navy Confronts Philippine Ship in Disputed Waters

Chinese vessels have been challenging other vessels over a contested part of the West Philippine Sea.