The American president and the North Korean ruler have traded insults aiming to depict one another mentally unstable.
The U.S. denies Moscow's allegations, as the Kremlin has a history of conflating the "terrorist" groups it claims to fight in Syria.
Seven allegations would have led to police interviewing Heath under caution, but an inquiry cannot establish guilt or innocence posthumously.
The new finds show that even 4,000 years ago, hunters, shepherds and traders were using the route.
The autumn equinox threw off the usual calendar.
At least six online stores have sold out of the conversion device amid calls for its ban.
Social media posts of Russian troops tagged in Syria and Ukraine caused mass uproar when Moscow denied its forces were in either country.
New analysis uses North Korea’s estimated capabilities to calculate the amount of casualties that would result from a nuclear attack.
The cemetery, dating from the first and second centuries A.D., was discovered among the ruins of the Roman port town of Berenike.
The Irish singer-activist said he was "sick of what has happened in the last 12 months."
The U.S. soldiers were on a training mission with allies from Niger.
Mattis has been given leeway to make changes he thought necessary to speed the fight against the Taliban.
Insiders say the United States will remain in the Iran nuclear accord, but will soon announce that Tehran is not abiding by the terms of the deal—and try to re-negotiate it.
North Korea has a long history of challenging U.S. policy in the Middle East by supporting Arab states opposed to Israel.
Abdulahi Hasan Sharif is facing 11 charges including attempted murder and dangerous driving.
Pew research finds 27 countries that name Islam as their faith, with 13 countries officially recognizing Christianity.
The team suspects seven statues may be part of the eventual haul, along with several other precious artifacts.
The Venezuela president took several shots at his U.S. counterpart's competence, before he visited the Kremlin for an amicable one-to-one meeting with Vladimir Putin.
As China's modernized military challenges U.S. interests in the Asia-Pacific, a RAND Corporation report said the risk of conflict is higher than in 2011.
The closures will continue until midnight on October 14.
The USSR was a colonial power from the moment its troops first crossed into Ukraine.
Chinese activists were arrested for investigating labor abuses at a factory that makes shoes for Ivanka Trump.
Nigeria’s former first lady has accused the Buhari administration of overseeing a “witch hunt” against her and her husband.
The radiation is not a threat to human health, but it's a previously unknown risk of coastal nuclear power plants.
The message to the United States is clear. Countries dissatisfied with U.S. leadership have choices.
The leader of one of the world's biggest oil producers officially owns three Russian-made cars.
Russia sent two MiG-29 fighter jets Monday, and four more are expected to arrive later this month.
The security guard wrestled the snake after finding it blocking a road in the Indonesian island of Sumatra.
Federal Security Service chief says the militant group hopes to survive losses in Iraq and Syria and become a "new global terrorist network."
The Russian president urged all parties to move toward constructive dialogue.