September 7 is Labor Day in the U.S., a national holiday that began more than 100 years ago to honor low-paid factory workers.
Russia, the United States and other countries are hurrying to control Earth’s northernmost territory: the Arctic.
In the United States, many children are returning to school after a nearly three-month summer break from classes.
Migrants in Hungary who are trying to reach Western Europe are refusing to leave a train.
South Korea, China and Japan have announced joint talks in October or November in an effort to reduce tensions between the nations.
Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has express support for a vote in Iran’s parliament on the nuclear deal Iran agreed to with six world powers.
Guatemalan president Otto Perez Molina has resigned after being connected to a corruption case.
The United Nations says conflict in the Middle East and North Africa are keeping more than 13 million children in nine countries from attending school.
China’s President Xi Jinping has announced military cuts at a parade marking the 70th anniversary of Japan’s surrender in World War Two.
More than 2,000 people have been unable to travel from the main international train station in Budapest, Hungary.