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Seventy-five percent of respondents said Pyongyang's nuclear program has become a critical threat to the nation.
Russian forces are leading the Olympic-style war games, hailing its tanks as the "best in the world."
The company didn't offer any explanation for its decision to stock the shirts.
The dogs prevented the bombers from entering the hospital, forcing them to detonate their devices early.
Trump has praised Moscow and Beijing for backing new sanctions against North Korea.
An international team is using infrared thermography to map subatomic particles in the Great Pyramid to reveal what lies inside.
The new round of U.N.-mandated sanctions target vital sectors for the North Korean economy.
A new report shines light on the factors that contribute to a foreign fighter's journey.
The humpback whale threw the vessel several feet into the air, breaching the underside.
Even if the US could shun Venezuelan oil, it would get re-routed to China or India.
It will likely hit Mexico twice and could brush past Texas.
Overwhelming bipartisan distrust in Congress against the president has led to the efforts to tie him down.
The boy's father captured the creatures in a video showing the creatures eating away at pieces of meat.
The closure of Al Jazeera in Jerusalem followed criticism by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
The groups killed dozens of civilians and militiamen in northern Afghanistan.
The US is selling Ukraine lethal defensive weapons, including the Javelin anti-tank missile.
The Russian press applauded Putin's bare-chested photoshoot, describing him as a "real man."
An online petition signed by almost 200,000 people takes issue with the proposals.
Police don't believe Islamist militant group Boko Haram to be behind the attack that killed 11 people.
The prime minister’s chief of staff has given a statement in exchange for a plea deal.
"She was just a wonderful, warm, compassionate person, very caring, it was real, it wasn’t publicity. She really cared."—Michael Jackson
Hundreds took to the streets in Valencia to support the uprising.
Scientists have captured one of the world’s most elusive—and weird-looking—fish.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau fell out of a kayak, and of course cameras were there (because Trudeau on a boat near water requires it).
The move follows the closure of Al Jazeera bureaus in Saudi Arabia and Jordan.
Trump has expressed interest in the gambling capital since 2007.
Report suggests sperm counts among men in developed countries fell from 99 million spermatozoa per milliliter in 1973 to 47 million per milliliter in 2011.
Muslims know that Putin’s pose as the Islamic world’s best friend is no more than a pose.
Researchers believe the discovery of an advanced Roman-style bathhouse on the site indicates the existence of a city.