Last week, Moscow said it may have killed the terrorist leader. The U.S. and Iraq are skeptical.
On Twitter, the president claims vindication against claims of collusion and reverses his acknowledgement of Kremlin tampering with the election.
As many as 600 buildings may have the same type of flammable cladding used in the London structure.
The now-fired officer faces a separate trial in August for charges of sexual assault.
“The new American jab will not go without reaction from our side,” Russia’s deputy foreign minister said Wednesday.
The suspect reportedly shouted “Allahu akbar,” leading authorities to believe the incident was terrorism-related.
The Wall Street Journal has fired Jay Solomon for becoming involved with an arms dealer, but reporters have often been unable to resist getting their hands dirty with the topics they cover.
Iraq claims the centuries-old landmark was destroyed by ISIS, but the group claims a U.S. airstrike was responsible.
In a new video, Diamond Reynolds's 4-year-old daughter implores her to be quiet after Philando Castile's death.
And if so, why won’t the justice system or the NRA stand up for it?
A report deemed the camouflage pattern inappropriate for a country that is only 2.1 percent forest.
Mohammed bin Salman, 31, is the son of King Salman. He has led the war in Yemen and outlined an ambitious economic agenda.
Investors forced the brash executive’s resignation for the good of the company—but what does that mean for its future?
Travis Kalanick’s resignation was reportedly prompted by a shareholder revolt.
The move signals escalating tension in the region between U.S.-backed forces and those loyal to the Assad regime.
The family of Michael Brown will receive an undisclosed settlement from the City of Ferguson.
Less than a week after killing 31 people at a restaurant in Mogadishu, the group has waged another attack on a government building in Somalia's capital.
A video previously seen by the jury shows what happened in the moments leading up to the shooting.
Belgian security personnel shot dead one person at the city’s Central Station in what authorities are calling a foiled terrorist attack.
The White House press secretary claims he hasn’t spoken with the president about basic issues, which is either a bizarre oversight or simply implausible.
The White House and the Republican leadership in Congress are doing their best to block disclosures—and it seems to be helping them enact their agenda.