The families have called on Biden to "demand transparency" from Saudi officials ahead of his trip, where he is expected to push for increased oil production.
Queen Elizabeth II's son and daughter-in-law were caught in a mid-air drama on their way to a controversial visit to Gibraltar.
Hong Kong has banned vigils and gatherings marking the 1989 Tiananmen Square protests amid what is viewed by critics as an effort by China to crack down on political dissent.
Acute hunger might increase by 17% globally if the war continues, with the sharpest increases expected in countries in East, West, and Southern Africa.
The president has said U.S. policy on Taiwan hasn't changed despite stronger rhetoric during his trip to Asia.
Zelensky said that the fight against Russia will continue to be "bloody," but that diplomacy would be the only way to end the conflict decisively.
The comments—made at the end of the Taiwan Affairs Office press conference in Beijing—were later struck from the written record.
The claims from Russia were quickly discounted by Ukrainian officials who said the issues will be settled when Ukraine regains sovereignty over the regions.
Andrei Kozyrev told Newsweek that the resignation of diplomats and politicians would pressure Vladimir Putin more than sanctions could.
Despite what you may hear, the war in Ukraine doesn't bolster the image of a world characterized by a democracy versus autocracy death match. If anything, it undermines it.
Gabriel Boric, who is being sworn in today, delightedly exclaimed, "Squirtle!" after opening the gift in the video viewed 800,000 times.
"I told them that I was really sorry it was taking so long and I was as frustrated as they were, frankly," the official said.
If this conflict is to recede peacefully, Ukraine, with the encouragement of the U.S. and Europe, has no choice but to come to the negotiating table with the very man who authorized a war against it.
"I believe that what Russia has done has made a diplomatic path much harder to walk down and much less likely," said U.S. Deputy National Security Advisor Jonathan Finer.
How did we get here? A look back at how calls between President Joe Biden and his Russian counterpart played out.
The Russian president claims that three concerns made by the country have not been addressed by the United States or NATO.
The Taliban will likely request nearly $10 billion be unfrozen as nearly 23 million Afghans are facing starvation.
Volodymyr Zelensky's tweet came after the White House corrected President Biden's statement about Russia's military buildup at the Ukrainian border.
"Finland does not discuss with NATO joining it, nor does Finland have such a project upcoming," Finnish Foreign Minister Pekka Haavisto said.
The countries began discussions to address the Russian build-up of troops along the Ukrainian border.
The build-up has been caused by Ukraine wanting to join NATO, an organization that both countries are members of.
The two are scheduled to speak Thursday in a call requested by Russia, which the White House sees as a chance to address the "moment of crisis" in Ukraine.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov confirmed the talks in an interview on Monday, which come after thousands of troops left the Russian-Ukrainian border.
Senator Ted Cruz has objected to dozens of ambassadorial nominees, sparking concern among both Republicans and Democrats.
"Why am I going to stay here if we don't have a counterpart at this time?" diplomat Jean Manes said in an interview on Monday.
Der Spiegel reported on Friday that a 35-year-old man had been found outside Moscow's mission in Berlin.
The last thing the U.S. needs is another crisis in the Middle East. Common-sense diplomacy can help us escape it.