Facing closure, Peru’s Congress has backed a proposal for a referendum on anti-corruption measures
Moon, Kim visit crater lake on Mount Paektu
Japanese digital currency exchange hacked; $60 million worth of cryptocurrencies missing
Evidence suggests Alibaba could not have delivered on Ma’s promise.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe re-elected as head of ruling party, paving way for up to three more years as Japan’s leader
Arms control experts are underwhelmed by North Korea’s latest concessions.
The clash between Brock Long and Kirstjen Nielsen has distracted from what’s seen thus far as a successful federal response to Hurricane Florence.
Paralegal was secretly recorded by activist group suggesting she could search databases.
It’s a good time to be in the shadowy business of making fake designer purses.
Ismail al-Ithawi was the highest-ranking member of the Islamic State to stand trial in Iraq.
President Trump called the outcome of the Korean summit ‘very exciting,’ but many experts remain skeptical.
The note from 1930 hoped for “better times soon to come.”
In an annual report, the State Department said attacks were down 23 percent. But it castigated Iran as the leading state sponsor of terrorism.
Navy Chief Petty Officer Andrea Washington, with a distinguished military career, was found dead Monday.
“It’s a surreal experience,” said Malaysia’s finance minister, Lim Guan Eng.
Potatoes will be smaller after drought and heat stunted crops in Europe.
The Army said it halted discharges of immigrant recruits. But an email reveals an effort to find other means to expel them.
In total, there were more than 100 reports of people finding needles in strawberries and other fruits, officials have said.
According to a new book by a Washington Post reporter, Putin plays on the idea that Trump’s staff is undermining him.
“The message is clear: Americans do not respect Poles,” one researcher argued.
Fans in the drug war hotspot are frustrated about the celebration of a man who has a history of drug use.
North and South Korea have agreed to disarm a jointly controlled border village, starting with the removal of land mines
Puerto Rico dialysis patients fear death 1 year after Maria shuttered treatment center in Vieques
The Polish president floats the name in a joint news conference with President Trump at the White House.
Residents were complaining about a bad smell for weeks.
The restaurant owner said the triathlete’s behavior was “not normal.”
The allegation comes as relations between the West and Russia are at a low.
A major speech critical of Brexit by Liberal Democrats leader Vince Cable attracted notice for its unusual choice of descriptive words.
Parliament is debating a draft law that would revolutionize the country’s divorce laws, including abolishing child support.
Insurgent violence and government infighting may result in key October elections being postponed.
China appears unlikely to back down after Trump approves new tariffs on $200 billion of Chinese goods
Global stock markets, particularly those in Asia, shrugged off the widely anticipated announcement of further U.S. tariffs on Chinese goods.
Striking images captured on 1st day of North-South Korean summit
Niger’s government says an Italian priest has been kidnapped in the nation’s southwest near its border with Burkina Faso
Zimbabwe opposition walks out during president’s speech; he vows to fight ‘medieval’ cholera
Denuclearization tops the agenda, but South Korea plays down expectations for a deal.
Israel launched a strike triggering Syrian air defense while a Russian surveillance plane was in the area.
The dispute is a stand-in for much bigger questions about where the country stands on immigration, and where it’s heading.
Government officials said they didn’t have anywhere else to put the corpses, which they described as victims of organized crime.
The dispute was a stand-in for much bigger questions about where the country stands on immigration, and where it’s heading.
Rather than cooling tensions, Trump has opted for escalation with China.