A new study shows that austerity measures played a big part in the rise of the Nazi Party.
One of Central America’s most stable countries and home to breathtaking tourist destinations and the world’s happiest people, Costa Rica is now having an increasing role in the global drug trade.
Malta banned bump stocks.
U.S. sanctions have presented a greater obstacle for Venezuela’s ability to pay its debts.
Washington has adopted an inconsistent stance on child soldiers and needs to lead by example.
“We decided to release the manga after hearing from our residents that the current manual is hard to understand,” a Hokkaido official said.
Following the Kurds' shock loss of Kirkuk, Yazidi fighters with Iranian-backed militias have captured the town of Sinjar.
Zhao Yan was mistaken for a drug smuggler and received bruises to her face during her arrest at the U.S.-Canada border in 2004.
A Pew Research Center study finds a majority of citizens in these countries view the U.S. as a national threat.
The National Air and Space Intelligence Center says Pyongyang's CRBM rockets have a maximum range of 220 miles.
The successful nuclear missile test was celebrated in spectacular fashion by the rogue state.
Pyongyang is believed to be "four to five years" away from reaching the U.S. mainland, 5,700 miles away.
The beach was among the state parks, historic sites and attractions closed by Christie after a budget standoff caused government shutdown.
A U.S. warship sailed through the South China Sea where Taiwan, Vietnam and China all have territorial claims.
One year after becoming president, Duterte has managed to insult many international figures.
North Korea has tested ten missiles in 2017 and could be close to developing a nuclear warhead.
Is this the beginning of the end for the South China Sea conflict?
So-called super tall towers are unusual in Los Angeles due to the city’s location in an active earthquake zone.
This isn't the first time Migos have sent fists flying.
Pyongyang is ramping up anti-American fervor ahead of the “day of struggle against U.S. imperialism” on June 25.