Putin's Russia heads the list of likely suspects.
The Instagram account for which Oscar Perez claims responsibility has more than 200,000 followers.
So long as he is not using chemical weapons, America won’t intervene.
A new survey ranked 100 cities on how well they welcome LGBT people for Pride Month.
Life with ISIS "was not what I thought," said one former fighter. Now, he has no future in Europe.
The German capital's club scene celebrated after officers were chastened for an all-night rave.
Macron won office in May partly on a pledge to clean up French politics.
A prime example: Khaled Ali, a prominent Egyptian lawyer who faces trial for making an obscene gesture.
Chris Patten was the last British governor of Hong Kong, which was handed over to China 20 years ago.
The sniper stopped an ISIS ambush on Iraqi security forces with a shot from over two miles.
The most expensive trip was taken by Charles, the Prince of Wales, and his wife Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall.
A BBC investigation found “concerning” levels of the bacteria in the ice used by coffee chains in the U.K.
Is this the beginning of the end for the South China Sea conflict?
President Donald Trump has changed course a number of times on Syria, but recent events pit him directly against Russia and Iran.
As China becomes an increasingly active global player, Beijing offers financial support, but not open borders, for refugees, hoping they will return home.
In 2007, 65 percent of lesbian, gay and bisexual students said they'd been bullied. This year, 45 percent did.
Government sites, banks, the postal service, Kiev's airport and the Chernobyl nuclear plant were all hit by the cyberattack.
Colombians took to social media to celebrate the historic event using the hashtag #VivaLaVida or "Live Life".
Saudi Arabian Airlines decries photograph as pure fabrication after being accused of landing plane in Tel Aviv.
People fear that the militant group—or others like it—will rise again.
NATO members in the Baltics have grown concerned over Russia’s drills and jet flights in the northeastern European region.
Afraid ISIS will rise again, thousands of displaced Iraqi Christians refuse to return to their homes.
Trump failed to host the White House Iftar dinner for Muslims held every year since 1995.
Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad made a series of public appearances, surrounding himself with military officials and supporters amid U.S. threats.
The head of the service says Israel has "unexpected surprises" for those who carry out cyber-attacks.
Medical travel is becoming more popular as millions of Americans fear losing their health care coverage or face long waiting times.
Australians aren't the only ones becoming less religious. Atheism in America has become more common in recent years, too.
So-called super tall towers are unusual in Los Angeles due to the city’s location in an active earthquake zone.
He has no intention of emulating Gorbachev and leaving office without a battle.
The attacks come at a time of increasing tensions between the two countries and ahead of South Korean President Moon Jae-In’s first visit to the White House this week.