Nine people are dead in a shooting near a popular shopping mall in the German city, police say.
The latest PMI data show a “dramatic contraction” in the U.K. economy that’s being attributed to the vote.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced a three-month state of emergency following last week’s coup attempt.
France’s prime minister was booed Monday in Nice, an apparent reflection of the nation’s frustration after the third major terrorist attack since January 2015.
The U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals strikes down the state’s strict voter-ID law.
Louisiana’s governor says Gavin Long, the gunman who shot and killed three officers Sunday, came to the state to kill law enforcement officers.
Qandeel Baloch, a popular and outspoken social-media celebrity, was killed Friday in an alleged honor killing by her brother.
Turkish military forces launch a coup, at least 84 people are killed in the French Riviera, Indiana Governor Mike Pence joins the GOP ticket, and more.
The likely GOP nominee mulls a running mate, the U.S. Supreme Court justice comments on her Trump comments, Britain’s new foreign secretary endures international mockery, and more.
Theresa May becomes Britain’s newest prime minister, the presumptive Republican nominee meets his vice-presidential candidates, a federal court rejects a Deflategate appeal, and more.
Presidents Obama and Bush commemorate last week’s ambush of five police officers, the FBI closes one of its strangest cases, at least 20 are dead after two trains collide head-on, and more.
The U.S. Supreme Court justice imperiled the high court’s neutrality by weighing in on the 2016 presidential election.
The American tennis champion tied Steffi Graf’s record of 22 Grand Slam titles at Wimbledon on Saturday.
Five officers were killed by snipers after gunfire erupted during protests Thursday night.
Five police officers are shot at a protest, the British Army goes gender-neutral, the U.S. economy picks up steam, and more.
The Justice Department officially closed the case on the former secretary of state’s use of a private email server Wednesday.
The long-awaited Chilcot report found Britain joined the U.S.-led war against Saddam Hussein before “peaceful options for disarmament” had been exhausted.
The acclaimed writer of Night and Nobel Peace Prize laureate died Saturday at age 87.
The presumptive Democratic nominee sat down for a “voluntary interview” with federal investigators on Saturday.
The army says 20 people, all foreign national nationals, were killed. ISIS claimed responsibility.