Russian Colonel General Vladimir Shamanov is the latest in Moscow to warn of a repeat to the Cuban Missile Crisis.
"We will find ourselves at ground zero," Russian Senator Alexei Pushkov warned.
New York Democratic congressional primary winner Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez compared the "existential threat" posed by climate change to that of Nazi Germany during World War II.
"Iran is the origin of the current threat to Americans in Iraq," Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told reporters Wednesday.
The county failed to connect 173 of 204 children to a Genesee County treatment program for health remediation.
When asked about options for dealing with President Nicolás Maduro's administration, the president said he was considering the "strong ones and the less than strong ones, and you know what I mean by strong."
More than 17,000 migrants are stuck in limbo inside over-capacity camps on Greece's Mediterranean islands.
In one brothel in the Colombian border town of Cúcuta, 58 of the 60 women were from neighboring Venezuela.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said U.S.-led NATO was refusing to discuss easing increasing tensions. NATO disputed this.
The "sovereign bolivar" was launched on Monday as a revaluation and renaming of the old bolivar.
Russia's top diplomat said U.S. sanctions were not about Syria or Ukraine, but "to promote an absolutely hopeless policy of containing the Russian Federation."
Turkey is on the brink of a social breaking point, but its president is still winning elections, experts told Newsweek.
Besides the tens of thousands killed and wounded, another million people are suffering from cholera in what the WHO called the largest epidemic of the disease in modern history.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that "major powers have spoiled Iran" as he joined President Donald Trump in isolating the Islamic Republic.
Health and Human Services documents reveal the government's plan to reallocate money to use for unaccompanied minors crossing the border.
Iran and Israel both want Russia's support, but how long can Moscow remain in the middle?
Veteran U.S. diplomat Robert Gallucci said Trump's "tweeting on the subject of war and peace with North Korea isn't the most useful thing in the world."
Expert Jerzy Targalski brushed the bushy tail away from his eyes and continued discussing the finer points of the Polish judicial crisis.
Opposition negotiator Nasr al-Hariri said such "U.S. silence" could only be due to a "malicious deal" made between foreign powers involved in Syria's war.
Iranian supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei's top military aide also threatened to shower Saudi royal palaces "with 1,000 missiles" if the kingdom launches an attack.
With no water or food, migrants are forced across the border at gunpoint in the searing heat.
A Chinese military report said "the U.S. armed forces have failed to live up to Trump's expectations" due to "scandals like ship collisions, drug abuses and rapes."