The president is expected to withdraw the United States from 2015's historic pact on curbing greenhouse gas emissions.
The documents provide a blueprint for how the U.S. National Security Agency likely used weaknesses in commercially available software to gain access to the global system for transferring money between banks.
Blasphemy is a criminal offense in Pakistan that can carry the death penalty.
The upcoming mass drill is the largest such operation on Lithuania's borders, according to a lawmaker.
In a world confused and disturbed by Trump, China will find it easier to play down its own lack of transparency and accountability. Maybe, finally, it will be able to convert its economic power into political influence.
Myron Ebell, Trump's EPA transition chief, says the president 'will clearly change its course on climate policy,' possibly by executive order.
A new poll shows which world events Russians recall best from the past year.
The "clock" is now at two and a half minutes to midnight, 30 seconds closer than in 2016.
The foreign secretary said the U.K. will continue its "joyous exploration of other European culture."
World Economic Forum meets amid protectionist movements around the globe, from Trump to Brexit and beyond.
Barack Obama signed a defense spending bill that Russia says eases restrictions on arming rebels.
Centuries ago, Indian princes would bathe in the lake. In modern times, even the poorest villagers going anywhere near it.
Today, Oxford Dictionaries launched an initiative to discover the least popular words in the English language
Sponsors including Coca-Cola, Kellogg's and McDonald's have come in for criticism.
Survey-firm Portland noted that despite shows of hard power, Russia ranks high on soft power.
Domestic issues usually predominate but Hillary Clinton is seizing on Trump's incendiary foreign policy rhetoric as his biggest weakness.
Suicide bombings specifically are killing more people and spreading to more countries.
The Svalbard vault contains seeds from almost every type of crop in the world.
The Syrian president also claims to be open to dialogue with the United States.
Acting alone in a multi-centric world, the U.S. more and more often wins wars and loses the peace, Slavoj Žižek argues.