Germany, France and 21 other European states have voted to plan their defenses together and avoid wasteful spending.
Veterans are more likely to be jobless and they have suicide rates higher than the national average.
Workers at St. Peter's will no longer enjoy papal pulls of tobacco from next year.
Take the former Glenview Naval Air Station, near Chicago, for example.
His departure would lead to the Third Spanish Republic, new governments in Madrid and Barcelona, and to a constitutional assembly.
90 percent of Catalans voted for independence on October 1, but the turnout was only 43 percent.
The USSR was a colonial power from the moment its troops first crossed into Ukraine.
The outgoing envoy for the European Union in Russia made the comments in a newspaper column.
A Kiev store that dared paint over revolutionary graffiti was attacked by an angry crowd.
Spain is far from descending into full-scale conflict. But the Catalan independence debate has the potential to prove seriously destabilizing.
The EU's security landscape is worlds beyond what it was just two years ago.
Calls for restrictions are part of a sexist narrative about what women should wear in public.
The agent is being tried for treason after allegedly trying to leak state secrets.
Any proof of Ukrainian complicity on N. Korea's missile program would irreparably damage U.S.-Ukrainian relations.
Europe has been asked to help erect an electronic fence at Libya's southern borders.
Authorities found the stash of illegal drugs shaped like the president in the van of a 51-year-old man who was with his teenage son.
Do initiatives to stop migration actually deter people from leaving home, or do they unintentionally help repressive governments like Eritrea, Libya and Sudan?
Krasimir Karakachanov, Bulgaria's defense minister, wants to use military means to protect the EU's external borders.
The British government is searching for a solution to a very sensitive question.