Ukraine urges African nations to ditch neutrality

ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia (AP) - Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba is urging African countries to abandon their stances of neutrality towards his country's war with Russia.

DeSantis files paperwork, to enter US presidential race

Florida governor Ron DeSantis has filed a declaration of candidacy for US president, entering the race as Donald Trump’s top Republican rival.

White House unveils new efforts to guide federal research of AI

WASHINGTON (AP) - The White House on Tuesday announced new efforts to guide federally backed research on artificial intelligence as the Biden administration looks to get a firmer grip on understanding the risks and opportunities of the rapidly evolving technology.

Why Ukraine has fought Russia for every inch of Bakhmut

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) - The nine-month battle for Bakhmut has destroyed the 400-year-old city in eastern Ukraine and killed tens of thousands of people in a mutually devastating demonstration of Ukraine’s strategy of exhausting the Russian military.

Debt ceiling negotiators rushing for weekend deal

WASHINGTON (AP) - Negotiators from the White House labored Thursday over the U.S. debt limit with House Speaker Kevin McCarthy’s emissaries at the Capitol, grinding through a second day of head-to-head talks trying to strike a budget deal to avert a looming economic crisis.

Will dashboard AM radio be saved?

NEW YORK (AP) - Lawmakers on Capitol Hill are pushing to keep AM radio in the nation’s cars.

Tabloids' illegal behaviour covered up - Harry's lawyer

Prince Harry is expected to give evidence at a high profile court case alleging illegal activity by tabloid newspapers targeting him and other celebrities.