Christian Science Monitor | All Stories After a 37-year run, Mugabe resigns as Zimbabwe's president 2017-11-22T21:17:36.872000000+00:00 Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe has resigned from power following the start of impeachment proceedings by his own party, ZANU-PF. Mr. Mugabe's former vice president is now poised to take power. Finding virtue after a war crimes verdict 2017-11-22T20:44:39.356000000+00:00 The conviction of the former Bosnian Serb commander brings justice to many, but also a lesson about equality – the very virtue needed for peace in the Balkans. US to announce new sanctions on North Korea 2017-11-22T20:44:39.272000000+00:00 The Trump administration will announce more sanctions to deprive Pyongyang of funds for its nuclear and missile programs after adding North Korea on the US terror blacklist. Now between two presidents, Zimbabweans dare to imagine ‘an easier life’ 2017-11-22T20:22:38.378000000+00:00 After 37 years under President Robert Mugabe, the possibility of a more democratic future encourages many Zimbabweans. But others have more basic hopes for jobs and stability – a window into the economic ruin he leaves behind. Lion trophies: ban against imported lion parts has also been loosened by Trump administration 2017-11-22T20:00:42.005000000+00:00 United States officials allowed importation of heads and hides of lions shot for sport one month before President Trump reversed the ban on elephant trophies. Insurers face new challenges after long series of natural disasters 2017-11-22T20:00:42.001000000+00:00 Following a season of hurricanes, flooding, and earthquakes around the world, customers and governments are facing rising insurance rates. Experts suggest that insurance companies should re-evaluate their repricing strategies as disasters become more common. Temporary protected status ending for Haitians living in US 2017-11-22T20:00:41.998000000+00:00 The Trump administration announced that in 2019 nearly 60,000 Haitians who have been living legally in the US with visas issued on humanitarian grounds must return to Haiti. TPS protections for Sudan and Nicaragua have also been terminated. Attuned to temblors: How well can scientists forecast massive earthquakes? 2017-11-22T19:38:38.855000000+00:00 Headlines portending a coming spike in devastating earthquakes ignited concerns this week. But seismologists say such forecasts work best when they spark action, not fear. Nigeria experiences worst bombing of the year in former Boko Haram territory 2017-11-22T19:38:38.685000000+00:00 Despite government assurances that Boko Haram is nearly defeated within Nigeria, a recent suicide bombing that killed 50 people has been attributed to the Islamist militant group. Charlie Rose suspended from CBS and nightly PBS show cancelled 2017-11-22T19:38:38.668000000+00:00 Following allegations of sexual misconduct against Charlie Rose, CBS has suspended and removed Mr. Rose from their morning news show and PBS has stopped distribution of his show. Rose issued an apology but asserted that some of the allegations were false.