The U.S. and Russia will once again work together to avoid mid-air collisions in Syria after a falling out between the nations last month.
Trump isn't the first president to involve relatives in governance—but he's taken it to a new level.
Moscow called tough U.S. talk and action on the Syrian regime "flexing muscles" and "baring teeth."
The Russian president's propaganda machine labels all dissidents as extremists, the state consolidates power in the name of security—and terrorism continues.
The Turkish leader has repeatedly lashed out at European countries while campaigning for votes in a referendum to increase presidential powers.
Only 10 percent of the population supports maintaining nuclear energy, six years after the nuclear plant disaster.
Fukushima was the world's worst nuclear disaster since 1986.
The Netherlands became the latest European country to restrict campaigning for Erdogan's drive for sweeping new powers.
Standards, guidelines and exercises have bolstered the security of high-voltage networks but little has been done to protect the low-voltage systems that power our homes and workplaces.
Policy aide continues the administration's attacks on the judiciary, declines to detail next legal steps.
We can expect a brain drain as uneasiness over Trump and his immigration policies depresses international education.
Lawmakers came to blows over constitutional changes that would allow Erdogan to rule until 2029.
Paris joins Athens, Madrid and Mexico City in banning diesel by 2025.
Changes to federal Rule 41 make it possible for authorities to gain warrants for devices that are out of their physical jurisdiction.
Pope reaffirms Church's stance on abortion but says, 'There is no sin that God's mercy cannot reach and wipe away when it finds a repentant heart.'
Will the new constitution end years of conflict or does it risk centralizing power?