Lawmakers threw chairs and used microphone stands as weapons as a debate over removing the age limit for presidential candidates turned ugly.
Authorities say evacuees will have to wait out the activity.
Hundreds of suspect accounts tweeted on divisive topics last month, a public policy group warned, as one senator accused Russian trolls of exploiting #TakeAKnee.
Cash is king for donations, but some items and volunteering are also welcome.
The new warning system will be based on foreshocks, which are small tremors that come right before a violent earthquake.
North Korea's Ri Sol Ju and the U.S.'s Melania Trump may not have a lot in common, but their husbands both appear willing to start a nuclear war.
Trump’s threat to nuke North Korea has experts poring over the fine print on presidential authority.
Though sologamy is not recognized by law, the ceremonies are very real.
The Iraqi prime minister rejected the Kurdish vote for independence and parliament has given him military power to oppose it.
This is a key milestone in NASA’s longer-term plan to send humans to Mars.
Eight in 10 young Americans say the U.S. government is likely "tracking their communications," according to the Pew Research Center.
The man, who was on his way to play a soccer game, was ordered to pay a fine for being "indecently dressed."
But authorities say they can't predict exactly when the blast will happen.
The group is even advertising the page on its main website.
Treating Kim Jong Un like a Soviet leader of the past could be disastrous, experts say.
The Russian leader announced the closure of Russia's last chemical arms facility.
General Joseph Dunford, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said China's rapid military reforms and economic growth threaten U.S. hegemony.
The announcement of the new plans for Iran’s navy come amid ratcheting tensions between Iran and the United States.
Despite the United States and other allies’ best efforts, the first post-ISIS challenge is upon us.
Before the Iraq War, Saddam Hussein challenged George W. Bush to a duel.
The treaty promotes political trust between nations by allowing them to schedule and fly unarmed observation jets through each others’ sovereign space.
A Liberal member of Parliament in Quebec told immigrants not to count on Canada for refuge.
Venezuelan doctors face a host of economic woes, forcing female professionals to become prostitutes.
The Defense Secretary had already left the airport in the Afghan capital.
One of the church's custodians said it was an act of God.
A new report found that U.S. intelligence was surveilling the area where the plane crashed, killing U.N. chief Dag Hammarskjöld in 1961.
Activists have lauded King Salman's ruling, but gender equality remains a distant prospect.
President Trump should tread carefully, Russian Senate's Defense and Security Committee deputy head said.
It turns out we don't really have a clue what they're saying—despite their using only one call.
"We have been shamelessly threatened by the most criminal empire that ever existed and we have the obligation to prepare ourselves to guarantee peace," said Maduro.