The Paris attack, Arkansas’ first execution since 2005, and more from the United States and around the world.
Neither Emmanuel Macron nor Marine Le Pen is from one of the two political movements that have dominated the country for decades.
For the first time in modern French history, neither candidate is from a major party.
In France, Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen advanced to the second round of the presidential election. Germans vote in key elections later this year. The votes are a critical test for establishment candidates and parties.
France holds its first round of presidential elections today, North Korea threatens a missile strike on U.S. vessel, American Airlines suspends an employee after an altercation over a baby stroller.
Tracking the controversies, allegations, and investigations into the president and his administration
The death toll in the Taliban attack on an Afghan military base rises to 100, a dozen protesters die in marches against Venezuela’s president, and more from around the world.
The way the bombing has played out suggests Europe is becoming more accustomed to terrorism.
The main contenders for the presidency have sharply differing visions of France’s future.
On Friday, the president called for a formal review of the panel that can deem banks “too big to fail.”
Research suggests the effects aren’t straightforward.
If the president didn’t want to be judged on the first three months of his presidency, why did he promise to get so much done in that period?
Days ahead of a presidential election, a shooting could have far-reaching impact.
South Korea and the U.S. aircraft carrier, Pakistan’s prime minister and the Panama Papers, and more from the United States and around the world.
The host’s ouster serves as an object lesson about what happens when morality and money come to a head.
O’Reilly is out at Fox, Chaffetz won’t seek reelection, and more from the United States and around the world.
The network said its top-rated star will not be returning.
The right-wing presidential candidate tried to use her gender to dispel memories of her party’s toxic past. But some legacies are hard to shake.
The White House said the USS Carl Vinson was headed for North Korea as it sailed the opposite direction—the latest example of a communications failure inside the executive branch.
There’s a long tradition of the U.S. subordinating human-rights concerns to other interests. But there was something remarkable about the president’s move.
A suspect arrested in connection with the attack that killed 14 people says he didn't realize what he was doing.