It could be weeks before authorities have a realistic assessment of the damage caused by chemical spills after Harvey.
Saudi Arabia has announced plans to expel migrants working or living illegally in the kingdom.
The Democrat turned Republican West Virginia governor proposes bribing power companies to use coal instead of natural gas.
A study of emergency room visits in China suggests that severe heat is less bad for our health than severe cold.
Iraqi Vice President Nouri al-Maliki thanked Russia for its "tremendous contribution" to Iraq and Syria by battling the Islamic State militant group.
Most oil and gas fields are under the control of U.S.-backed forces, despite Syrian military gains.
She posted a brief clip to Snapchat wearing the outfit in one of the country's most conservative regions.
A young Saudi woman posted a video of herself wearing un-Islamic clothing in public.
Nobilified has also done paintings involving Bruno Mars, Ellen DeGeneres and professional athletes.
New report calls for a public inquiry into Riyadh's role in exporting "bigoted Wahhabi ideology."
Announcing a new pipeline between the two countries, he said: "We have to dig down a little deeper under that section."
Nigeria slipped into recession in 2016 after militants blew up oil facilities. But the government is trying to negotiate peace.
As Russia and Turkey increasingly cooperate in Syria, a lucrative natural gas pipeline deal progresses.
Tehran claims the Saudi Arabian border guards opened fire on Iranian fishermen.
Withdrawal from the treaty will do nothing to hurt the environment, and may help it.
Igor Sechin's comments follow similar claims from Putin himself.
Tillerson wanted to remain in the Accord to advance the American fossil fuel industry's agenda.
Environmental groups decried Ryan Zinke's announcement.
While a fragile truce is allowing Nigeria to step up oil output, a resolution of the crisis is unlikely without further concessions.
Despite a lagging economy, Moscow has boosted defense spending to come in just behind the U.S. and China.
It doesn't appear that Trump wants to keep his appointee at State in the loop.