Escalating tensions between the country and the United States lead toward the threat of a "Juche bird" test in the Pacific.
Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s security detail once again appeared to assault demonstrators.
What will new U.S. sanctions achieve?
Even Iran, with its abysmal human-rights record, feels comfortable criticizing the U.S.
The Trump administration is expected to announce a stricter cap on the number of refugees who can enter the U.S. next year.
A deadly quake in Central Mexico on Tuesday was yet another test for the country’s sophisticated earthquake warning system.
The president also hinted at the UN General Assembly that the U.S. might quit the Iran nuclear agreement.
The country has flown a missile over Japan for the second time in recent weeks—right after getting slapped with a new round of sanctions.
The United Nations Security Council has unanimously passed a new round of sanctions on the country following its most recent nuclear test.
Sara Netanyahu’s indictment is distinct from the prime minister’s own legal worries.
The country has reportedly staged a new strike on Syria—and this one was different from previous ones.
“They’ve been systematically underrated for years.”
Talks and international sanctions have had a limited impact.
Preliminary data suggest the test is the most powerful conducted by Kim Jong Un’s regime.
The U.S. closure of a consulate is the next salvo in a volley of diplomatic punishments.
The secretary of state’s plan to eliminate or merge several high-profile positions has many supporters.
Who gets to make foreign policy?
From “fire and fury” to “all options are on the table”
When U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson was asked about the president’s values, he seemed to imply they are distinct from American values.
Local authorities are urging residents to seek shelter on their roofs, if necessary.