No royal wants to be king or queen, Prince Harry says in new interview

(LONDON) -- Prince Harry reveals in a candid new interview that he believes no one in the royal family wants to be king or queen.

"We are involved in modernizing the British monarchy. We ar... Read More

Russia cancels meeting with US on improving relations amid updated sanctions

(NEW YORK) -- The Russian deputy foreign minister has canceled his meeting with his American counterpart –- a long-planned summit to address more minor problems in the relationship –- because of the updated U.S. sanctions announced Tuesda... Read More

Jared Kushner meets with Netanyahu on first day of Middle East trip

(JERUSALEM) -- Jared Kushner, President Trump’s senior adviser and son-in-law, arrived in Israel Wednesday morning to begin a trip aimed at moving toward a peace deal between the Israelis and Palestinians.

The trip, which comes as Ku... Read More

Brussels attacker identified as 36-year-old Moroccan

(BRUSSELS) -- The man who was shot dead at a Brussels train station Tuesday after attempting to explode a suitcase of nails and gas canisters was unknown to authorities as a terror suspect, a Belgian prosecutor said Wednesday.

The would-be... Read More

Prince Philip hospitalized as a ‘precautionary measure’

(LONDON) -- Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, was admitted to King Edward VII Hospital in London on Tuesday night as a "precautionary measure" for treatment of an infection arising from a pre-existing condition, a Buckingham Palace spokesperson t... Read More

Prince William turns 35: How the royal is reshaping his role

(LONDON) -- Prince William is expected to celebrate his 35th birthday privately Wednesday with family members including his wife, Duchess Kate, and their children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte.

The heir to the British throne is tak... Read More

Explosion at Brussels train station considered terrorist attack: Belgian federal prosecutor

(BRUSSELS) -- An explosion at a train station in Brussels, Belgium, on Tuesday that prompted the station to be evacuated but left no victims injured, is considered a terrorist attack, according to the Belgian federal prosecutor's office.

O... Read More

State Department takes sudden hard line on Saudis over Qatar

(WASHINGTON) -- It was just a week and a half ago that President Donald Trump contradicted his own secretary of state while standing in front of him in the Rose Garden, blasting Qatar for sponsoring terrorism and seeming to take credit for the Saudi-... Read More

Russian jet came within five feet of US plane

(WASHINGTON) -- A Russian fighter jet came within five feet of a U.S. Air Force reconnaissance aircraft over the Baltic Sea on Monday, in an encounter the American pilot determined was unsafe.

The incident occurred Monday morning as an RC-... Read More

What you need to know about the 3 Americans still detained in North Korea

(WASHINGTON) -- The death of U.S. student Otto Warmbier has brought a wave of sorrow and a new stumbling block to any sort of negotiations between the United States and North Korea. But as the United States determines how to retaliate, if at all, the... Read More

Princess Kate laughs off royal fall at Royal Ascot

(LONDON) -- Princess Kate quickly laughed off a fall by a fellow royal at Tuesday's Royal Ascot.

Kate, 35, was seated in a carriage alongside Prince William when Sophie, the countess of Wessex, stepped into the carriage and lost her balanc... Read More