The Weather Channel reported that Interstate-10 north of downtown Houston was at risk of being flooded.
A Swedish court had awarded the file-sharing site’s domain names to the Swedish government, arguing that they could be classified as criminal tools.
A $55 billion deal could be announced as early as Tuesday, according to a Bloomberg report.
A white paper on Chinese military strategy also stressed protection from space weaponization and cybersecurity, amid a more assertive naval approach.
The Australian government will introduce legislation to strip citizenship from dual nationals engaged in terrorism, both at home and abroad.
Former Burkina Faso President Thomas Sankara was ousted and killed in mysterious circumstances during a 1987 coup.
Under a new law passed last week, women in Myanmar might be forced to have children at least three years apart.
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