Details of the schemes to kill the Cuban leader were contained in a secret 1975 report.
The 20917 hurricane season will not end until November 30.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani does not consider building weapons a violation of international accords.
The Ukrainian government has been attacked by computer viruses that target particular individuals.
Most Americans say the divide in Washington politics is anything but temporary.
A judge from Canada is under fire for saying a girl enjoyed the attention from the man who sexually assaulted her.
“The Kremlin is trying to find safer ways to sex up the [presidential] campaign—and Sobchak is ideal.”
Ahmad Zai was killed in a US airstrike the same day he returned home from fighting the Taliban for four months.
The change on Sunday morning will give Europeans an extra hour in bed.
The former president has been summoned to be a juror next month in Illinois and will stand to earn up to $17.20 a day.
"We are deeply saddened by the loss of our comrade,” Gen. John Nicholson said.
The defense secretary offered unequivocal support to key U.S. ally South Korea.
The British navy fired nine sailors after they tested positive for using cocaine while the HMS Vigilant was docked in the U.S. to pick up nuclear warheads.
The U.A.E. has a standing ban on Israeli symbols at the Judo Grand Slam competition in Abu Dhabi.
Britain's environment secretary said his “clumsy attempt at humor...wasn’t appropriate."
Maj Gen Aziz Weysi Bani writes that the Trump administration has abandoned its Kurdish allies to the benefit of Iran and the forces of savagery.
An unidentified defendant in the investigation is set to be detained on Monday.
The forming tropical cyclone could brush South Florida and the Bahamas on Saturday night.
Not attending the East Asia Summit will leave the field free for the Chinese.
The Russian president has also boasted about thwarting foreign intelligence activities in the past.
Scientists aren't sure what it is or where it came from, but they're positive it's pretty weird.
Pyongyang's September nuclear test was its most powerful yet.
In an attempt to stop a civilian uprising, Kim Jong Un has ordered protection of paintings and statues of the Kim dynasty.
"The thing that scares me the most in the long term is the state of our politics here, and...it's gotten worse," Michael Morell said.
“To me it sends a chilling message that if you are a Christian and you hold traditional Christian views you should be careful not to express them, because you might end up losing your job.”
Yemen, South Sudan, Somalia, and Niger face famine. Syria, Iraq, Haiti, Mali, Ethiopia are suffering severe hunger.
More details continue to emerge about the attack that killed four U.S. soldiers.
Bill Browder, one of Russia’s most notorious critics, talks about the Kremlin, corruption and the American Communist Party.
Assad and his inner circle are fit subjects for criminal prosecution.
Afghanistan's terrain makes airpower crucial in the fight against the Taliban and ISIS.