Gunmen killed at least 28 people on their way to a monastery.
The U.S. president told Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas he will “do everything” to achieve Middle East peace.
The actor’s death was confirmed by his children.
After a successful test launch on Sunday, the North Korean leader approved the deployment of medium-range ballistic missiles.
The fight last week in Washington, D.C., in which the Turkish president’s bodyguards were involved, left a dozen people injured.
Authorities are investigating the fatal stabbing of a 23-year-old black student by a white assailant.
The president’s assertion he didn’t reveal Israel as the source of intelligence he shared with Russia gives his critics ammunition.
An image of the president inaugurating a counterterrorism center with the Saudi and Egyptian leaders went viral.
The company’s stock value has declined more than 30 percent since he took over in July 2014.
The president’s tone was drastically different than during his campaign.
In giving a speech about the religion in Saudi Arabia this weekend, Donald Trump is poised to adopt one of Barack Obama’s errors, and likely to make it worse.
The reformist president will serve another term, which bodes well for the global nuclear deal.
The president told the Russian foreign minister and ambassador that firing his FBI director had “taken off” the pressure he had faced, The New York Times reports.
The former Democratic congressman will become a registered sex offender after he was found to have transferred obscene material to a minor.
The Swedish prosecutor’s office said it has dropped the rape investigation against the WikiLeaks founder because “we cannot expect cooperation from Ecuador” whose embassy in London Assange has lived in since 2012.
U.S. officials said the sanctions are punishment for the court's takeover of Venezuela’s democratically-elected congress.
It’s one of the largest regulatory penalties ever handed to the social-media company.
Recep Tayyip Erdogan saw clashes unfold just before he entered the Turkish ambassador’s residence.
Michel Temer has denied charges he approved soliciting payments to silence a former associate.
The White House sent a letter to Congress Thursday morning officially kicking off the renegotiation process.
It happened long before a special prosecutor was appointed to investigate the Trump campaign’s ties to Russia.