(WASHINGTON) -- North Korea's failed missile launch overnight has once again highlighted concerns about that country's missile and nuclear weapons programs.
Much is not known about the programs, but there are a number of parameters that of... Read More
(LONDON) -- A member of British parliament is being hailed as a hero after he was seen aiding a victim of a terror attack near London's Westminster Bridge.
MP Tobias Ellwood, a foreign office junior minister, was pictured with a bloody fac... Read More
(LONDON) -- Witnesses to a terrorist attack in which an assailant apparently plowed a car into pedestrians and an officer was stabbed near the Houses of Parliament in London described a chaotic scene Wednesday afternoon, with injured people lying spr... Read More
(BRUSSELS) -- A year after three Islamic State suicide bombers attacked the Brussels airport and a metro station, the city on Wednesday observed a moment of silence to remember the victims, in addition to unveiling powerful tributes.
One s... Read More
(ROME) -- Three-year-old Estella Westrick almost snagged an impressive souvenir on her first visit to Italy: Pope Francis' skullcap.
She snatched his skullcap, also known as a zucchetto, when he leaned in to give her a kiss on the cheek af... Read More
(BEIJING) — There was a time when you weren’t allowed to squeeze the Charmin, now you’re lucky if you get any.
Park authorities in Beijing have installed toilet paper dispensers with facial recognition technology at the T... Read More
(MOSCOW) -- A Ukrainian lawmaker Tuesday said he has fresh proof that President Trump’s former campaign manager, Paul Manafort, received illegal, off-the-books payments from the country’s toppled pro-Russian president.
Coming a... Read More
(LONDON) -- The United Kingdom is now banning many electronic devices from being carried on certain flights.
The move comes hours after the U.S. enacted an emergency directive banning passengers from carrying electronic items bigger than a... Read More
(WASHINGTON) — Secretary of State Rex Tillerson will skip a meeting of NATO foreign ministers in April and later in the month travel to Russia for meetings and to a G7 summit in Italy, the U.S. State Dept. has confirmed.
A State Dept... Read More
(WASHINGTON) — Passengers travelling on certain airlines from countries in the Middle East and Africa to the United States will no longer be allowed to carry-on some electronic devices with them, according to a new Homeland Security directive.<... Read More