One soldier was killed when a gunman opened fire at the National War Memorial outside the Canadian parliament building in Ottawa.
The legendary Washington Post chief, who died on Tuesday at 93, enlivened the newspaper and the nation's capital alike.
Authorities arrested Jeffrey Fowle at an airport while he attempted to leave the country. His crime: leaving a bible in his hotel.
A suspect was shot and killed after running over two soldiers, and officials say "terrorist ideology" could be to blame.
Vladimir Putin is recruiting young officials to reshape Russia's bureaucracy in his own image.
One about Berkeley, two about China, one more on the art and science of "information farming," and all worth checking out
Scotland Yard is pressuring social media companies to share user the information of those who post legal but incendiary content.
In one well-intentioned airdrop, all of the fears about arming militias in Syria came to pass.
The group seemed sad that Shahidullah Shahid pledged allegiance, along with several other top leaders, to the Islamic State.
Tuesday's meeting between the government and student demonstrators was "peaceful," but the two sides remain far apart on a resolution.
How Iraq's displaced people are coping with war and want
The Olympic sprinter received a five-year sentence for killing his girlfriend, but is expected to serve only a small portion of that in jail.
Depending on whom you ask, the country is taking steps to ensure transparency as international inspectors investigate.
The intercepted transmissions were reportedly sent to the Russian enclave of Kaliningrad, located between Poland and Lithuania.
Under the guise of enforcing hygiene standards, Vladimir Putin continues his push against McDonald's franchises.
For example, avoid naming yourself after a food item ("Candy"), a famous person ("Obama"), or a very old person ("Gertrude").
CY Leung's comments illustrate how economic inequality remains a potent issue in the territory's politics.
A poll finds that people in the Middle East see religious and ethnic hatred as their biggest threat; Europeans and Americans are more concerned about inequality.
They reportedly received millions of dollars in government benefits even after being expelled from the United States.
The governor is establishing his credentials in a surprising area: foreign policy.