A spike in violent attacks on Wednesday make renewed conflict between Israelis and Palestinians impossible to ignore.
The Defense Ministry said 26 medium-range cruise missiles were fired into Syria from ships nearly 1,000 miles away.
One California city is mandating the use of paper plates and plastic cups in restaurants to combat a water shortage.
Iran is threatening to boycott the Frankfurt Book Fair over Rushdie’s keynote address. Iranian authors stand to lose the most.
American officials say Afghan forces requested an airstrike that hit a Médecins Sans Frontières facility in Kunduz this weekend. Afghan representatives say the hospital was harboring Taliban fighters.
The U.S. allowed the Saudis to block a UN inquiry into the thousands of deaths in Yemen’s civil war.
New projections suggest the Category-4 storm may not make landfall in the United States, but will still bring extreme weather.
States of emergency have been declared as forecasts project the Category-4 storm reaching mid-Atlantic states by Saturday.
The singer’s 1989 tour may be stirring bad blood among the sport’s faithful.
By announcing the end of Palestinian commitment to agreements with Israel, the leader confused more than disrupted.
Just a few days ago, the East Coast was in for some rain. Now, there may be a serious storm.
The upscale grocery store chain is laying off 1,500 employees as competition mounts and consumers demand lower prices.
More than 50 people were shot over the weekend, adding to the city’s record number of shootings this year.
The State and Treasury Departments announced sanctions against 30 individuals and groups from around the world for supporting and financing the terror group.
After pro-separatist parties prevailed in regional elections on Sunday, Spain’s prime minister held firm.
On Friday, news broke that McDonald’s in Germany would feature the franchise’s first-ever organic burger for a limited time. This…
Israel has imposed mandatory prison sentences in an effort to stem a wave of rock-throwing.
With Francis’s public support, President Juan Manuel Santos and FARC guerilla leader Rodrigo Londono announced a breakthrough deal to sign a peace agreement within six months.
Daniel Thompson, who turned a controversial dream of mass-producing bagels into a reality, died at 94.
The printer of the International New York Times blocked Tuesday’s paper over a cover story about the health of Thai King Bhumibol Adulyadej.