Analysts warn that Turkey’s feud with the United States could motivate Ankara to start looking for new friends, and Russia appears happy to fill in the gap.
The treaty went into force in 2002 and allows 34 member nations to conduct unarmed observational monitoring flights over one another’s territory.
No serious injuries have been reported as London's terrorism police unit investigates a crash at the scene of a previous attack in England's capital.
Far from making a comeback, Syria's former Al-Qaeda affiliate awaits a devastating government offensive on the country's last rebel-held region.
Former Senator Jesse Helms called Peter Staley a "radical homosexual," like that’s a bad thing: He saved millions of lives during the AIDS crisis. A new memoir could double as a blueprint for today’s activists.
Ellison, a congressman who has been accused of domestic abuse, faces a Democratic primary for Minnesota attorney general Tuesday.
At least 22 people were killed when a highway bridge in Genoa came tumbling down, Italy's transport minister said.
Iran pledged to increase its military defenses in the face of "psychological warfare," a move likely to rile the U.S.
Do tapes of Donald Trump using racial slurs on "The Apprentice" exist? Some former cast members say they do.
Currently, 80 percent of hospitals in the U.S. use morphine to combat symptoms of withdrawal in babies, but there might be a better way.
The kingdom has given its students until August 31 to leave Canada, including more than 1,000 Saudi medical graduates participating in fellowship, residency training and research programs at Canadian health institutions.
Miller's uncle said the White House adviser "would never have existed" if his family had not moved to the United States.
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