Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei criticized Iranian President Hassan Rouhani's economic policies, calling for greater self-sufficiency for the country.
Do recent Russian actions mean a return to traditional aggressiveness after years of retreat?
According to CNN, the team looking into the election hack is also heading the server investigation.
The poll showed the anti-immigrant Alternative for Germany in third place.
Former president joins the service that the government blocked following protests in 2009.
The incumbent governor is currently on trial for insulting the Koran.
Britain's premier center-left party, Labour is in steep decline, hovering around 25 percent support in opinion polls. Can it claw back support in the post-Brexit world?
When the Nazi Party won a landslide victory in 1933, they called it a miracle, but everyone else smelled a rat.
The International Monetary Fund's managing director said there was reason to be optimistic about U.S. growth.
Fears of foreign or far-right influence in politics are high among Germany's mainstream politicians.
Both leading candidates for upcoming election in France hold rallies to kick off their candidacy bids
Polls failed to predict Brexit or Donald Trump, but online comments are full of the emotions that matter.
The head of the far-right party in Thuringia described the memorial as a "monument of shame" in Dresden.
Sinn Fein minister Michelle O'Neill says the party won't meet a deadline to nominate a deputy first minister, which would trigger elections.
The Obama Justice Department filed cases to increase voting access for minorities, experts say, but a Trump DOJ might focus instead on voter fraud
The Supreme Court stepped into a long-standing debate on the influence of religion on voters.
Sergio Mattarella has resisted calls for a snap election after the resignation of PM Matteo Renzi.
Barsik the cat has a controversial history in local politics in his native Barnaul.
The opposition activist eyes support for aspiring local councillors
Republicans changed the rules to exclude as many Democratic voters as they could.