The cover of Time magazine this week features five anti-gun survivors of the Parkland, Fla., high school massacre, but has drawn criticism for pointedly omitting their pro-Second Amendment classmates.
The international community is doing a disservice to the Egyptian people by supporting the country‘s armed forces with "few strings attached," an anti-corruption watchdog said Friday.
A Wisconsin woman is accused of allowing men to sexually assault her two children in exchange for methamphetamine, cocaine and money, reports said Thursday.
Pakistani officials say a senior woman lawmaker from the opposition party of former President Asif Ali Zardari has become the country‘s first opposition leader in the upper house of parliament.
Foreign policy hard-liner John Bolton‘s appointment as U.S. national security adviser comes at a particularly sensitive time for relations with Beijing following President Donald Trump‘s approval of harsh new tariffs on China and a law encouraging closer relations with Taiwan.
After the first package exploded on an Austin doorstep, police assured the public that there was no wider threat, no signs of terrorism.
Simon Slama and his family are the only Jews left in the Tunisian city of Monastir, once home to a thriving Jewish community.
Vietnam and South Korean aim to substantially increase their bilateral trade during President Moon Jae-in‘s three-day visit to the Southeast Asian country.
Republicans nationwide are taking a swing at reforming welfare, with the latest initiative approved by the Missouri House last week.
The mother of a man who lived with suspected serial bomber Mark Conditt in a home north of Austin says her son was kept in police custody until after Conditt died in a fatal confrontation with officers.
The Latest on a condominium fire in Vietnam (all times local): 11:30 a.m.
In a vote just after midnight Friday, the Senate voted to pass a 1.3 trillion omnibus spending bill, averting a government shutdown while paving the way for the next funding fight ahead of the midterm elections.
Charging ahead with the dramatic remaking of his White House, President Donald Trump said he would replace national security adviser H.R. McMaster with the former U.N. Ambassador John Bolton, a foreign policy hawk entering a White House facing key decisions on Iran and North Korea.
Authorities are reportedly treating Wednesday night‘s incident at Travis Air Force Base ‘as an act of terrorism,‘ in which a vehicle burst into flames after crashing into the main gate.
The man due to become Peru‘s next president has scarce experience governing but is known as a consensus builder who might have a shot at bridging divides after one of the most-bitter political crises in the Andean nation‘s recent history.
Peru‘s congress is expected to vote Friday to accept President Pedro Pablo Kuczysnki*s resignation and swear in as his replacement a politician who the vast majority of voters never even heard of until recently.
NFL players are joining attorneys, professors and others at Harvard Law School for a summit on criminal justice issues.
A Connecticut woman has been charged Wednesday with welfare fraud for obtaining more than 100,000 in welfare benefits to which she was not entitled to, reports said.
Notable firings and resignations from President Donald Trump‘s White House since he took office on Jan. 20, 2017.
Hundreds of protesters formed a human chain across the entrance to a sports arena in downtown Sacramento, Calif., on Thursday evening, in reaction to Sunday‘s fatal police shooting of an unarmed black man.
New details have emerged about questions that former British spy Christopher Steele may be asked regarding the unverified "Trump-Russia" dossier during his upcoming court-ordered deposition in London.
Married couples everywhere will now be marking their calendars after a Florida woman was arrested for reportedly attacking her husband for forgetting their wedding anniversary, police say.
It‘s official: Loyola-Chicago‘s men‘s basketball team has even exceeded Sister Jean‘s expectations.
Steve Bannon, the former White House chief strategist who made an unceremonious exit from the Trump administration last year, said his old boss will bring fire and fury before long to special counsel Robert Mueller.