Officials find debris from F-35 fighter jet that crashed in South Carolina after pilot ejected
The crash site for a stealth fighter jet that went missing during the weekend after its pilot ejected has been located in rural South Carolina after the military asked the public for help finding an aircraft built to elude detection.
France boosts security at Rugby World Cup. The hosts don't want another failure before Olympics
French authorities have pledged to mobilize a record number of police officers to guarantee a smooth Rugby World Cup in the wake of the chaos outside the stadium that marred the 2022 Champions League final.
Biden will nominate longtime aide who worked for the first lady to become US ambassador to UNESCO
A White House official says President Joe Biden will nominate a longtime aide who once worked for the first lady to represent the United States at the United Nations agency devoted to education, science and culture.
Agence France-Presse pursues copyright case against X, formerly known as Twitter
France's international news agency, Agence France-Presse, says it's pursuing a copyright case against X, the social media platform formerly known as Twitter, in an effort to secure potential payment for its news content.
France is investigating suspected smuggling to China and Russia of advanced chip technology
French magistrates are investigating a leading chip supplier whose advanced technology with possible military uses was reportedly smuggled to China and Russia, allegedly skirting sanctions and export controls.
Lawmakers approve bill allowing French police to locate suspects by tapping their devices
French lawmakers have adopted a sweeping justice reform bill that includes a provision to allow law enforcement agents to remotely tap into the cameras, microphones and location services of internet-connected devices used by some criminal suspects.
French police, protesters clash after Macron calls police fatal shooting of teen 'inexcusable'
Police clashed with protesters overnight just hours after French President Emmanuel Macron called the shooting death of a 17-year-old delivery driver by police “inexcusable” and pleaded for calm while justice takes its course.
Pakistan's premier meets with the head of IMF in Paris, hoping to unlock $6B deal to avoid default
Officials say Pakistan’s Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif has met with the head of the International Monetary Fund in Paris on the sidelines of the global financing summit in a last-ditch effort to unlock a $6 billion bailout package to help avoid a default.
Elon Musk’s ‘historic’ Twitter event with Ron DeSantis struggles with technical glitches
Elon Musk’s Twitter Spaces event with Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis started off with technical glitches the Twitter owner said was due to “straining” servers because so many people were trying to listen to the audio-only event.