- Your Medical Test Results Are Available. But Do You Want to View Them?by Danielle Friedman
The 21st Century Cures Act gave patients easy access to their health information. Now, some diagnoses delivered without context are causing high anxiety.
- Unearthing Everyday Life at an Ancient Site in Greeceby Matt Stirn
Excavations in the Peloponnesian village of Iklaina are yielding rich insights into the lives of the Mycenaean civilization’s general population.
- Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine Is Awarded to Svante Pääboby Benjamin Mueller
The Swedish geneticist was honored for his work in sequencing the genome of the Neanderthal, an extinct relative of present-day humans.
- Uganda Races to Contain a Deadly Ebola Outbreakby Abdi Latif Dahir
The outbreak was caused by the Sudan strain of the virus, which has no approved vaccine or drug treatment. Scientists are now rushing to begin clinical trials in the coming weeks.
- Iran’s supreme leader brushes anger aside, blames protests on foreignersby Kareem Fahim
Khamanei said Amini’s death “broke our hearts” but called the reaction “unnatural,” according to the semiofficial Tasnim news agency, as protests continued.
- Nine NATO nations express support for Ukraine’s membership bid.by Carly Olson
- Ukraine’s Forces Push Forward on Two Frontsby The New York Times
Russian-installed officials acknowledged losing ground in both the east and south, as Ukraine’s troops sought to extend a run of battlefield successes.
- Heavy rain swells rivers, causing floods in much of Thailandby Associated Press
Heavy rain in northern, northeastern and central Thailand has worsened severe flooding in many parts of the country, as authorities ordered the release of water into already overflowing rivers from dams that were filled to capacity
- Man appears in UK court charged with 9-year-old’s murderby Associated Press
A man has appeared in a court in the English city of Liverpool charged with the murder of a 9-year-old girl who was shot dead in her own home
- A soldier and civilian are treated side-by-side at a field hospital in the south.by Nicole Tung
- Al-Shabab attack kills at least 12 people in Somali cityby Omar Faruk | AP
Officials and witnesses say at least 12 people are dead after two explosions by extremist fighters targeted a local government headquarters in the capital of Somalia’s Hiran region, which has been the center of a recent mobilization against the rebels
- Cholera resurfaces in Haiti as gangs imperil water and hospital accessby Kelly Kasulis Cho
Haiti had gone three years without a new cholera case, after an outbreak in 2010 killed more than 10,000 people.
- In two more staged votes, Russian parliament moves to ratify annexationby Robyn Dixon
The State Duma unanimously ratified Vladimir Putin’s illegal plan to seize four Ukrainian regions and the Federation Council will follow suit on Tuesday.
- Catalans, in contest for tallest human tower, climb to dizzying heightsby Annabelle Timsit
The winning team’s human tower, or “castell,” measured over 42 feet in a competition for a 16,000-euro prize.
- Pakistan court accepts ex-PM Khan’s apology in contempt caseby Associated Press
A defense lawyer says a Pakistani court has accepted former Prime Minister Imran Khan’s apology in a contempt case stemming from his outburst against a female judge during a rally that was seen as a threat to the judiciary
- King Charles III in first engagement since queen’s deathby Associated Press
King Charles III and his wife Camilla, the queen consort, have visited Scotland in their first joint public engagement since the royal mourning period to remember Queen Elizabeth II ended
- Donald Trump’s Methodsby David Leonhardt
His speaking style is more strategic than it sometimes seems. Listen for the first time to audio clips from an interview with Maggie Haberman.
- Ukraine’s First Lady Tells ’60 Minutes’ of the War’s Impactby Juston Jones
Olena Zelenska told CBS News that Russian attacks on schools, hospitals and residential areas have been a form of terrorism.
- The investigation will take two weeks, an official says.by Muktita Suhartono and Austin Ramzy
- Iran’s supreme leader breaks silence on protests, blames USby Associated Press
Iran’s supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has responded publicly to the biggest protests in Iran in years, breaking weeks of silence to condemn the “rioting” and accuse protests of being planned by the U.S. and Israel
- Live Updates: Russia-Ukraine Warby Associated Press
Russian shelling of eight Ukrainian regions over the past 24 hours has killed two civilians and injured 14 more, Ukraine’s presidential office has reported
- UK Scraps Tax Cut For Wealthy That Sparked Market Turmoilby Editore
Treasury chief Kwasi Kwarteng announced a U-turn over an unfunded tax cut unveiled just days ago that proved unpopular even with his Conservative Party.
- Anger mounts toward police as Indonesia reels from stadium tragedyby Aisyah Llewellyn
Police maintain that their lives were in danger but families from the victims and experts say the use of tear gas in the crowded stadium was unwarranted.
- Ukrainian troops continue offensive, claim new gainsby Jon Gambrell | AP
Ukrainian troops have continued to push on with their offensive that has embarrassed Moscow, with Kyiv officials and foreign observers hinting at new gains in the southern strategic region of Kherson
- Svante Pääbo Wins Nobel Prize In Medicine For Discoveries On Human Evolutionby Editore
Last year’s recipients were David Julius and Ardem Patapoutian for their discoveries into how the human body perceives temperature and touch.
- Indonesian human rights official says tear gas likely played a key role in the disaster.by Muktita Suhartono and Austin Ramzy
An initial examination shows that police also used violent force against fans. Without gas, the tragedy might have been avoided, the organization said.
- UN: 5.7 million Pakistani flood victims to face food crisisby Munir Ahmed | AP
The United Nations humanitarian agency is warning that 5.7 million flood survivors in Pakistan will face a food crisis in the next three months
- Somalia says a top al-Shabab extremist leader is killedby Omar Faruk | AP
Somali authorities say a top leader of the al-Shabab extremist group has been killed in a joint operation by the Somali National Army and international partner forces
- West African mediators head to Burkina Faso following coupby Sam Mednick and Arsene Kabore | AP
Mediators from the West African regional bloc known as ECOWAS are heading to Burkina Faso in the aftermath of the nation’s second coup this year
- Truss, in Reversal, Drops Plan to Cut U.K. Tax Rate on High Earnersby Mark Landler
The announcement was a major capitulation by the government after tax cuts it announced roiled financial markets and drew widespread criticism.
- Britain reverses part of controversial tax policy that sent pound plungingby Karla Adam
Kwasi Kwarteng, the chancellor, announced the government was abandoning plans to abolish the 45 percent tax rate for the highest earners amid widespread opposition.
- Ukraine live briefing: Moscow to finalize illegal annexation of Ukrainian regionsby Robyn Dixon
Russia’s parliament is preparing to finalize its illegal annexation of four Ukrainian regions after Russian troops fled Lyman, a key hub in Donetsk.
- Iran Soccer Stars Speak Out on Protests; Group Urges FIFA Banby Rory Smith and Tariq Panja
Some of the country’s most famous players have expressed support for street protests over the death of a young woman. On Thursday, an activist group went further: It asked FIFA to bar Iran from the World Cup.
- Nobel panel to announce winner of medicine prizeby Associated Press
The winner, or winners, of the Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine will be announced Monday at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Sweden
- Your Monday Briefingby Natasha Frost
Nord Stream leakages stop.
- Palestinians: Israel military kills 2 during West Bank raidby Tia Goldenberg | AP
Palestinian officials say the Israeli military has killed two Palestinians in the occupied West Bank
- Russia’s Annexation Claim Is News to Residents of Lyman, Ukraineby Andrew E. Kramer and Nicole Tung
Without access to electricity, radios or the internet, residents of Lyman said they were unaware of President Vladimir V. Putin’s grandiose celebration of an illegal land grab.
- Bolsonaro Outperforms Polls and Forces Runoff Against Lula in Brazil’s Presidential Electionby Jack Nicas
The two political titans will face off again later this month in a race widely seen as a major test for one of the world’s largest democracies.
- Hurricane Orlene roars toward Mexico’s Pacific coastby Associated Press
Hurricane Orlene is heading toward Mexico’s Pacific coast between the tourist towns of Mazatlan and San Blas, with authorities there suspending classes and setting up shelters
- Brazil’s Bolsonaro and the right outperform, defying pollsby Diane Jeantet and Carla Bridi | AP
Brazil’s election has provided the world yet another example of polls missing the mark, with incumbent Jair Bolsonaro considerably outperforming expectations to prove the far-right wave he rode to the presidency remains a force
- If Bolsonaro disputes a loss, some supporters are ready to take to the streets.by Ana Ionova, Flávia Milhorance, Laís Martins and Leonardo Coelho
- Bolsonaro outperforms the polls as Brazil’s election appears headed to a runoff.by Jack Nicas
- Zelensky hails advances as open recriminations intensify in Russian mediaby Missy Ryan
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said the town of Lyman, which Russian troops have used as a key logistics hub in Ukraine’s eastern Donetsk region, was completely “cleared of Russian occupiers,” the Defense Ministry said on Twitter.
- Brazil Presidential Election Likely Headed To Runoff Between Leftist Lula And Far-Right Bolsonaroby Editore
The head-to-head battle will have massive implications for the world’s fourth-largest democracy, as right-wing President Jair Bolsonaro seeks to undermine Brazil’s election.
- Nord Stream Pipelines Have Stopped Leaking After Earlier Damageby Carly Olson
Both European and Russian leaders have said that ruptures discovered undersea were an act of sabotage.
- Iran’s release of Iranian-American not conditioned on asset unfreezing, U.S. says.by Miriam Berger
Tehran granted Siamak Namazi temporary furlough and lifted a travel-ban on his ailing father, Baquer Namazi, who was jailed after coming to Iran to plead for his son’s release.
- Bolsonaro, Lula Neck-And-Neck In Polarized Brazil Electionby Editore
With just over half of the votes counted, far-right incumbent Jair Bolsonaro is slightly leading former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva in Brazil’s presidential election.
- Ukrainian Troops Hunt Demoralized Russian Stragglers in Seized Cityby Editore
A major Russian newspaper said the Russian troops, facing defeat in Lyman, had fled with “empty eyes” after barely escaping with their lives.
- Haiti reports cholera deaths for first time in 3 yearsby Evens Sanon | AP
Haiti’s government says at least eight people have died from cholera for the first time in three years, raising concerns about a potentially rapid spreading scenario and reviving memories of an epidemic that killed nearly 10,000 people a decade ago
- In El Salvador, army surrounds town to root out gangby Associated Press
More than 2,000 soldiers and police surrounded and closed off a town in El Salvador in order to search for street gang members accused in a killing