The delay fit the pattern of previous statements from the group.
The parliamentary government that allowed Geert Wilders’s rise may also be the one that suppressed his victory.
Can the Dutch prime minister’s center-right party forestall a Geert Wilders victory?
The far-right politician is hoping to ride the populist momentum in the Dutch elections.
The far-right candidate leads in French polls, but her challenges may prove insurmountable.
The military is targeting militants after a suicide bombing at a Sufi shrine.
The former economy minister’s surge in popularity makes him the front-runner—for now.
The Ohio-based Arab American group has been linked to the Assad regime and called anti-Semitic—charges its leader rejects.
The year-long inquiry uncovered “systemic” violations of Chicago residents’ civil rights.
Authorities say the mandatory lessons involving both boys and girls are necessary for integration, but not everyone agrees.
Russia said it won’t expel American diplomats in retaliation for U.S. sanctions, President Obama added to his environmental legacy, 2016 drew to a close, and more.
The U.S. issued sanctions against Russia for alleged cyberattacks, fans remembered Debbie Reynolds, a new ceasefire was announced in Syria, and more.
John Kerry had some harsh words for Israel, Donald Trump claimed victory on a jobs outlook that may not last, scientists and civil-rights advocates braced for a conservative administration, and more.
Fans remembered Carrie Fisher, Russia investigated the cause of a plane crash, scientists determined how to address President-elect Donald Trump’s climate change denial, and more.
The search for the suspect behind the Berlin Christmas market attack ended in a shoot-out, the U.S. did not veto a United Nations resolution criticizing Israeli settlements, President-elect Donald Trump called for expanding U.S. nuclear capabilities, and more.
The search for the suspect in Berlin’s Christmas market rampage continued, President Obama indefinitely protected parts of the Atlantic and Arctic Oceans from offshore drilling, and more.
ISIS claimed responsibility for the deadly truck crash in Berlin, the Obama and Trump administrations offered differing responses to violent attacks overseas, an explosion at a Florida nylon factory caused a Reddi-wip shortage, and more.
A Russian ambassador was killed in Ankara, electors cast their ballots for the next U.S. president, North Carolina began the process to repeal its controversial “bathroom bill,” and more.
Now that the French head of state won’t be seeking reelection, how will his presidency be remembered?
The candidate poised to lead the country’s center-right party ahead of next year’s election is a staunch conservative.