The American Dream is alive and well—in Northern Europe.
The Obama administration announced new measures against the North Korean leader and 10 other officials for human-rights abuses.
President Obama says 8,400 troops will remain in the country until the end of his term.
An inert hunk of plastic has become an emblem of the government’s failure to protect civilians.
The Olympian faced up to 15 years in prison for killing his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp, in 2013.
The country is once again reeling from a bombing, after setting an international record for terrorism-related deaths in 2014.
As the holy month comes to a close, a look back at celebrations across the globe.
The country’s heavy reliance on oil exports has plunged it into hyperinflation and debt, making everyday life a struggle for many.
The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia said the tax is no longer necessary in light of the upcoming peace deal with the Colombian government.
Dozens of criminals have been killed since Rodrigo Duterte took office, and on Tuesday he accused his police generals of corruption.
Saudi authorities have identified the man who carried out the Jeddah attack. A separate attack in Medina killed four people.
A parliamentary commission has recommended that the country’s multiple agencies be merged into a single one.
The UKIP leader who campaigned to leave the European Union resigned Monday, saying he had “done my bit.”
At least 175 people were killed in attacks in the Iraqi capital Sunday.
The country observed the first day of national mourning for the victims of the terrorist attack at a restaurant in Dhaka.
Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton makes his case.
For those of us who grew up behind the Iron Curtain with dreams of owning real jeans, the U.K.’s vote feels like a personal rejection.
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The army says 20 people, all foreign national nationals, were killed. ISIS claimed responsibility.
More than a thousand volunteer actors gave tribute to the fallen soldiers of the Somme