Trump adviser Steve Bannon once referred to Marion Maréchal-Le Pen on French TV as “the new rising star.”
It will be the highest-level contact between Trump and Russia since the president took office in January.
What Trump should tell the Russian foreign minister when he meets with him today.
The election of Moon Jae-in, a dovish leader in South Korea, could complicate Donald Trump’s plans to stop North Korea’s nuclear weapons programs.
The head of the NSA has said he sees no letup in Russia's attempts to interfere in other countries' elections.
Online activist group Anonymous is urging viewers to "prepare for what comes next" as tensions between President Donald Trump and North Korea heat up.
North Koreans are not honoring their "supreme leader" in private, and those who do are being ridiculed, unidentified sources say.
The blast killed at least 14 people, including five children, as the town of San Isidro prepared for its namesake saint's day.
Trump's decision is likely to anger Turkey, which views the Kurds as allies to domestic militants.
A watchdog is questioning the White House’s legal basis for the attack despite bipartisan support.
Boko Haram released 82 more girls, but global scrutiny and a long rehabilitation program means freedom may yet prove elusive.
U.S. officials say Iran recently tested its supercaptivating Hoot torpedo, capable of traveling 250 miles per hour by evaporating the water around it.
"There is no force, and there will be no force, that could conquer our people," Russian President Vladimir Putin told Victory Day crowds in Moscow.
Russia had 72 aircraft scheduled to perform a ceremonial flyover but cloud cover made it too dangerous.
Davis was a member of the British gang who is suspected of torturing foreign hostages in northern Syria.
The industrial disaster in north-eastern Iran is the most deadly in the Islamic Republic for decades.
Labor leader Bill Shorten initially dismissed accusations of racism as "rubbish" before calling the video a "bad oversight."
Alipay has 450 million active users around the world and has made a deal that makes it available in 4 million locations across the U.S.
The Australian Parliament in 2016 changed regulations to allow mothers to breast-feed at work, and now Senator Larissa Waters has done so while voting.
The burdensome bureaucracy involved in legal migration encourages illegal immigration.
His victory comes after almost 10 years of conservative leadership, plagued by corruption.
Independent polls have also found that nearly a majority of Russians find kind words to say about Stalin.
The U.S. and Russia will once again work together to avoid mid-air collisions in Syria after a falling out between the nations last month.
Though the U.S. has not run any freedom of navigation patrols since Trump became president, the policy of testing China had not changed, said the Pacific Fleet Commander.
Trump is to visit the region to meet with both leaders later this month on his first foreign tour.
New satellite images show China has installed anti-ship-missile launch sites at a naval base on Hainan Island.
"I'll need a good dry cleaner," Joyce said.
The Turkish leader earlier urged more Muslims to visit the city to support the Palestinians' claim to contested site.
The 12-minute-long piece of anti-Russian propaganda also depicts Vladimir Putin.
Moscow marks one of its most famous holidays with plenty of military bombast.