Members of the international community want to save the deal, but the Trump administration could outsmart them.
The raids were conducted by around 150 police officers, who nicknamed their operation “Judgement Day,” sources told Newsweek.
The group used the messaging app WhatsApp to plan a terrorist attack in Brazil for Carnival.
The Air Force admitted the tweet was "in poor taste."
He also contradicted his national security adviser John Bolton.
Parents in middle-income countries are more likely to spend a higher number of hours with their kids on homework.
The notorious hacker group has allegedly extorted hundreds of thousands of dollars from its victims.
Kim Jong Un is threatening to pull out of the talks with Washington, and world leaders are worried about Trump's reaction.
Uzbekistan’s capital Tashkent has been floated as a potential location for a meeting between Afghanistan’s government and the Taliban.
Jihadists are urging their followers to engage in "cyber jihad" for the holy month of Ramadan.
Marines trained specifically to protect embassies were sent to U.S. diplomatic facilities in countries like Jordan, Lebanon and Egypt.
Monday’s protests, which took place as the U.S. opened the doors of its new embassy, were the biggest of the past month.
Newsweek sat down with Nice Nailantei Leng’ete, a 27-year-old woman from Kenya, who is changing the lives of thousands of young girls.
He had worked for the CIA with a top-secret security clearance from 1994 until 2007.
One of the victims died and the other two are currently in critical condition.
The White House condemned Iran’s rocket attacks but failed to mention Israel’s strikes on military targets in Syria.
This is what we know about the three men who were released ahead of Trump’s historic meeting with Kim Jong Un.