US President Donald Trump on Monday demanded an apology over the Russia investigation rocking his presidency, as he kept up a days-long attack on Barack Obama for his handling of intelligence about election meddling by Moscow.
The United States' image has suffered as the international community questions President Donald Trump's leadership, a survey released by Pew Research Center shows.
Authorities locked down an Alabama military post on Tuesday amid reports of a possible active shooter, and workers were advised to "run hide fight."
A superstitious passenger delayed a flight from Shanghai for several hours Tuesday after throwing coins at the plane's engine for good luck, Chinese officials said.
Britain's new and only aircraft carrier -- the largest and most powerful ship ever built for the Royal Navy -- set off for its first sea trial in Scotland on Monday, along with questions on whether its naval and air muscle matches that of cyber-security.
An underwater researcher caused controversy in southern Antalya province after keeping two 2000-year-old columns dating back to the Roman Empire as decorations in front of his apartment building.
EU antitrust regulators hit Alphabet unit Google with a record 2.42-billion-euro ($2.7 billion) fine on Tuesday, taking a tough line in the first of three investigations into the company's dominance in searches and smartphones.
Pro-regime media has published a video of Syrian regime leader Bashar Assad inspecting the Russian Hmeimim air base in western Syria and climbing into the cockpit of a Russian SU-35 fighter jet.
Australian model and actress Miranda Kerr has handed over millions of dollars worth of jewelry that U.S. authorities say was given to her as part of a Malaysian money laundering scheme, her spokesperson said on Tuesday.
A ransomware attack hit computers across the world on Tuesday, taking out servers at Russia's biggest oil company, disrupting operations at Ukrainian banks, and shutting down computers at multinational shipping and advertising firms.
The Turkish Land Forces, the main branch of the Turkish Armed Forces (TSK), turned 2226 on Tuesday.
Maryam Nawaz, who is considered Sharif’s political heir, has been summoned on July 5
Talks aimed at reaching prisoner-exchange deal are now underway in Cairo, Israeli state media reports
A Dutch court on Tuesday ruled that the government was “partially liable” for the deaths of some 300 Muslim men during the 1995 Srebrenica massacre.
Microsoft, Alphabet, each lose about 1 percent
Archaeologists in Turkey's southwestern Denizli province have discovered remnants belonging to a 2,000-year-old board game from the Roman period, reports said Tuesday.
Female hostages are also forced to marry members of Daesh-linked terrorist group, army spokesman says
Another soldier injured in clash with terror group in Elazig province
Nur Tatar Azkari takes gold medal in women's under-67 kg category
Wednesday's talks in Switzerland offer 'unique opportunity' to solve decades-long dispute, Espen Barth Eide says
US human trafficking report details children forced onto battlefield, sometimes by government-funded groups
White House threatens "heavy price" if Syrian president carries out another attack
Bob Corker says US needs 'better understanding of the path to resolve the current dispute' before arms sales proceed
Congressional Budget Office determines Republican legislation would reduce deficit by $321B
A former nurse convicted of killing eight elderly people in her care was sentenced Monday to life imprisonment without possibility of parole for 25 years.
The U.S. Commerce Department slapped new duty on Canadian softwood lumber Monday, bringing the total to about 27 percent.
Turkish Cypriot president talks to reporters ahead of Wednesday's conference in Switzerland over divided island
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov held a phone call late Monday to discuss bilateral relations and the recent developments in Syria.
Draymond Green, D’Antoni also honored in ceremony
Pyongyang’s state media claims Donald Trump’s America surpasses 20th century examples of fascism
Although the U.S. makes promises to Turkey regarding its security against terrorist organizations, the Turkish public has been further losing confidence in the country since the last year's July 15 coup attempt
Andre Agassi and world number four Novak Djokovic need to work together for at least a month if the American's coaching is to have a long-term impact on the struggling Serb's game, three-times Wimbledon champion John McEnroe has said.
More than 75 people, mostly young children, have gotten measles in the U.S. state of Minnesota. Nearly all were unvaccinated.
A SpaceX rocket carried 10 communications satellites into orbit from California on Sunday, two days after the company successfully launched a satellite from Florida.
U.S. President Donald Trump said Monday that he thinks his predecessor, former President Barack Obama, did not react to Russian meddling in last year's election when he learned of it because he thought Trump's challenger, Democrat Hillary Clinton, would win.
A celebrated Turkish surgeon, considered among the few experts in knee and hip prosthesis and scoliosis surgery, died in a motorcycle accident in Bulgaria, shocking the medical community.
Mongolians cast ballots on Monday to choose between a horse breeder, a judoka and a feng shui master in a presidential election rife with corruption scandals and nationalist rhetoric.
A Spanish court has ordered that the remains of Salvador Dali be exhumed after a woman who claims to be the daughter of the world-famous artist filed a paternity claim.
Activist investor Daniel Loeb's Third Point LLC on Sunday unveiled a stake of more than 1 percent in Switzerland's Nestle SA and urged the world's largest packaged foods maker to improve margins, buy back stock and shed non-core businesses.
Greece's government is urging striking garbage collectors to return to work after a 10-day protest has left huge piles of trash around Athens and a heat wave is expected to hit later this week.
Wall Street stocks were lifted early Monday, following European equities higher after an Italian bank rescue plan lifted European and U.S. financial giants.
A small border town and some of the largest cities in Texas told a federal judge on Monday a new state law aimed at punishing sanctuary cities could lead to an immigration police state and asked him to halt it because it was unconstitutional.
The family of Philando Castile, a black motorist shot and killed by a police officer during a traffic stop in Minnesota last year, reached a $3 million settlement with the city of St. Anthony, city officials and family lawyers said Monday.
The President of the United Arab Emirates Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed al-Nahyan made his first public appearance Sunday since suffering a stroke in 2014, to mark the Eid al-Fitr Muslim holiday.
Gunmen burst into a restaurant and killed the federal police commander for Veracruz and a second officer in another bloody day for the Mexican state.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday handed a victory to President Donald Trump by narrowing the scope of lower court rulings that blocked his travel ban on people from six Muslim-majority countries and agreeing to hear his appeals in the cases.
People in the Iraqi city of Mosul celebrated their first Muslim Eid holiday without Daesh in years on Sunday after the terrorists were ejected from much of the city, and hoped the battle to recapture the remaining area would soon be over.
The list of demands delivered to Qatar from Saudi Arabia last week would be "very difficult for Qatar to meet," U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said in a statement Sunday.
Anti-terrorism units ‘liberate’ Old City’s Al-Farouq district from Daesh, Iraqi army commander asserts
For last nine months, Morocco’s northern Al-Rif region has been roiled by protests by disaffected youth