"I think it's apparent that their rate of growth of military strength compared to ours has probably been fairly substantial," President Jimmy Carter said in 1977 of Russia.
Iran and the U.S. have fired accusations back and forth accusing each other of holding the other's citizens illegally, but are they ready to negotiate?
Pro-Kurd media shared footage of Syrians burning burqas and cutting their beards after the Syrian Democratic Forces defeated ISIS in an area of Raqqa.
The two-ton Hoodwinker sunfish doesn't have lumps, bumps or a snout, as other sunfish have.
The British and Turkish ships dock in Odessa as Kiev warns about a regression into deadly combat.
The jihadis refuse to admit fighting for ISIS as they prepare to return for trials at home.
A unit of foreign volunteers is fighting with the Kurdish YPG militia.
North Korea is facing an unprecedented drought that could lead to even greater food shortages.
Majority-Shiite Muslim neighbors Iran and Iraq have a volatile history and differing views on the U.S., but they share an interest in battling jihadis.
The president of the European power is not usually expected to make a political comment, but Sunday he expressed his worries about the U.S. and Germany's current relationship.
The Organisation of Islamic Cooperation will meet in Istanbul next week for talks.
The Temple Mount attack has spurred a spate of vicious attacks on both sides
King has a long history of making disparaging statements about immigrants while serving up nostalgia for a significantly whiter America.
At least nine Ukrainian soldiers have died in 72 hours.
It will depict their arrest, trial, and jail time after their infamous protest of Vladimir Putin.
Trump has ended a CIA-run program to arm and train elements of the Syrian opposition.
The parents of the terminally ill baby were challenging the British hospital in court, but the fight may now be over.
Congress is demanding the intelligence agencies make public more of what they know.
Scheduled to take place from July 26 until the end of August, the second Taedong River Beer Festival was supposed to be a major event for Pyongyang.
The country's U.S. base closed in 2014, as tensions between Russia and the West peaked over Ukraine's decision to topple the pro-Russian government in Kiev.
The British monarch asked a trusted adviser to speak to Diana before her separation with Charles in 1992.
"There was nothing spontaneous. Everything was organized and each fiddler played his role." Military sources reveal how defections helped Russia take Crimea.
It’s not the first time Al-Shabab has called out Trump.
Trump's proposed budget outlines sweeping cuts to global health programs.
The newspaper is seeking an apology as Trump's claim the paper leaked information becomes his latest attack on the press.
Besides giving Russia and other militaries a chance to show their capabilities on national TV, troops also sometimes get a first whiff of foreign military equipment and turf.
German security services say more than 900 German nationals have left the country to fight for ISIS.
Hafez al-Assad finished in the lower end of the International Mathematical Olympiad in Rio de Janeiro.
Of the more than 1,600 civilians claimed in violent attacks in Afghanistan this year, 20 percent of those killed were in Kabul.
The protesters are demanding the president veto a new bill that would see all judges except those approved by the government removed.