The corruption trial of Democratic U.S. Senator Bob Menendez ended in a mistrial on Thursday, after the jury said it was hopelessly deadlocked on bribery, fraud and other charges, according to multiple news reporters in the courtroom.
Jared Kushner's lawyer failed to give the Senate Judiciary Committee a document U.S. President Donald Trump's son-in-law and senior adviser received about a "Russian backdoor overture and dinner invite," the committee's leaders said on Thursday.
Supermodel Gigi Hadid said she will not be walking the Victoria's Secret fashion show in Shanghai next week, a few months after posting a video of herself mocking Buddha which Chinese internet users deemed "racist."
One of every five airstrikes in Iraq by the U.S.-led anti-Daesh coalition has resulted in a civilian death, according to the New York Times Thursday.
The Ministry of Health will hand out 50,000 bicycles for free next year according to state-run Anadolu Agency.
The Commercial Court of First Instance in Istanbul ruled late Friday for the bankruptcy of the Gülenist terror group (FETÖ)-linked Bank Asya, which had its banking license cancelled after the July 15 abortive coup attempt perpetrated by FETÖ last year.
The actors behind the case of Iranian Turkish gold trader Reza Zarrab, who was arrested in Miami in March 2016 upon his entry to the U.S. for allegedly evading a U.S.-imposed sanction on Iran with multiple money transfers came to the spotlight once again in Turkish media outlets, after U.S. officials failed to inform Turkey about the medical state of Zarrab until receiving two diplomatic notes.
Turkish Culture Minister Numan Kurtulmus says Turkey takes the first place with the ratings of Turkish films in Europe.
Zafer Biryol, one-time player for Konyaspor, Fenerbahce, and others, accused of terrorist group membership.
Real estate investment trust company has been established with cash capital of $13,000, Turkey’s flag carrier announces.
This is the first time the president has been spotted in capital Harare since army took charge of Zimbabwe.
Huge leak in South Dakota comes days before Nebraska decides to allow pipeline built across the state.
Conservative Senator Tobias Enverga died on a parliamentary trip to Colombia on Thursday morning.
Production of articulated lorry, with range of 804 kilometers (499.5 miles) on single charge, is planned for 2019.
Bekir Bozdag says those who vandalize mosques disobey God.
More than 620,000 Rohingya refugees have arrived in Bangladesh, fleeing violence in Myanmar since Aug. 25.
Palestinian residents told to vacate homes to make way for massive Israeli settlement project, activist says.
Second Aerospace Security joint exercise set to be held in Beijing on Dec. 11-16.
Incident over Buckinghamshire happened noon local time; no confirmation of casualties.
The U.S. denying involvement in the recent developments in Raqqa, Syria, is not convincing given its intense military involvement and the realities on the grounds, President Erdoğan has said.
'The message to anyone listening is clear: in effect, Russia accepts the use of chemical weapons in Syria,' US envoy says.
Binali Yildirim in southeastern Sirnak province hopes for 'better days'.
Recep Tayyip Erdogan warns of terrorist PKK/PYD/YPG invading parts of Syria liberated from Daesh.
Jens Stoltenberg says showing Erdogan as 'enemy collaborator' during NATO drill was 'an individual's actions'.
President Erdogan says move comes after his name, picture of Ataturk used in 'enemy chart' during drill.
Republican overhaul effort faces an uphill battle in the Senate where the party holds a narrow majority
Ministers to meet in Antalya, Turkey at weekend ahead of Russia summit on Syria next Wednesday, Turkish FM says.
'Authorized operator' discovered error, deleted post, Pentagon says.
Turkish deputy prime minister says there is no true fight against Daesh, and one terror group is cooperating with another.
Pentagon spokesperson declines to discuss whether Secretary of Defense aware of deal.
The Turkish Foreign Ministry issued a second diplomatic note to the U.S. regarding Turkish-Iranian gold trader Reza Zarrab's whereabouts after the first note was left unanswered, the foreign minister said Thursday.
U.S. President Donald Trump has paused an address to the nation about his 12-day Asia trip to take a swig of water — twice.
Three UCLA basketball players who had been detained in China on suspicion of shoplifting admitted on Wednesday that they stole items from three stores, and they thanked U.S. President Donald Trump for his help in winning their release.
Russia on Thursday named nine U.S. government-sponsored news outlets likely to be labeled "foreign agents" under a new law that is being rushed through parliament in response to what Moscow says is unacceptable U.S. pressure on Russian media.
NASA released close-up pictures of one of the biggest icebergs in history as summer started in the Antarctica.
A Connecticut middle school teacher's plan to have a Muslim woman talk to students about her religion has been canceled because the teacher felt threatened by the resulting furor.
A possible serial killer is on the loose in Tampa, Florida, picking out victims seemingly at random on the street, and shaken residents are looking over their shoulders fearing he could be someone they know.
Support for background checks for gun purchases and a ban on sales of assault weapons have reached new highs among U.S. voters following a series of mass shootings, according to a poll published Wednesday.
Over a decade, Humanitarian Relief Foundation cleared up cataracts for needy patients in 14 African countries.
Jefferson Farfan, Christian Ramos score to make history for Peru's first World Cup showing since 1982.
Gen. Joseph Votel met Pakistan’s military leadership during 2-day visit to Islamabad.
Turkish Minister of Science, Industry and Technology Faruk Ozlu says D-8 should be expanded.
Two clerics given suspended jail terms for disturbing religious ceremony, usurping authority.
Sale of Salvator Mundi, painted in the early 1500s, breaks new record for most expensive artwork ever auctioned.
Over 100 movies from 39 countries to be screened at festival where Anadolu Agency is global communication partner.
Rape has been devastating feature of Myanmar military’s campaign of ethnic cleansing, Human Rights Watch says in new report.
Saudi FM describes claims that Riyadh is holding Lebanon’s resigned PM against his will as ‘unacceptable, baseless’.
Total of 31,500 refugees from Greece and Italy resettled by September this year, far below promised 160,000.
Deputy head of parliament's Human Rights Committee says Turkey protects the world by fighting FETO, the PKK, and Daesh terrorism.
Turkish beaches have 21 Caretta caretta nesting spots, in provinces of Mugla, Antalya, Mersin, Adana and Hatay.