Some states emphasize efforts as job creation strategies, with local needs often bypassing partisan divides.
'Confrontation is not inevitable,' China Daily writes.
The Islamic State group released its first ever official comments on President Donald Trump, referring to him as an "idiot who does not know what Syria or Iraq or Islam is."
"Our forecast for 2017 is that the threat in this region will grow because of the creation of an IS nucleus in the southern Philippines," defense expert Rohan Gunaratna said.
Putin fears that democracy in Ukraine will spread to Russia. And end his reign.
State Department employee Candace Marie Claiborne has been arrested for selling top secret diplomatic data to Chinese spies and trying to cover up the affair.
After claiming responsibility for last week's deadly attack in London, the Islamic State group and its supporters have taken to social media to call for more violence.
Khalil Abu Rayan apologized for threatening to shoot up a church, murder a police officer and "skin people like sheep," saying he was an embarrassment to Islam.
U.S. military advisers have begun dressing like their Iraqi counterterrorism allies in order to blend in and better coordinate with local forces fighting the Islamic State group in Mosul.
It's impossible to predict what U.S. policy toward Europe will be and who will be leading it.
The man who killed three people in an attack outside London's House of Parliament has been named as Khalid Masood.
Facing military defeats in Iraq and Syria, the Islamic State group may be preparing a mass retreat to war-torn Libya.
The 68 nations involved in the fight against ISIS were set to meet to hear for the first time President Donald Trump's plan to defeat the militant Islamic State group.
A Texas imam who was the subject of a death threat from the Islamic State has said he is more worried about Islamophobia in the United States.
The Syrian army, supported by Russian airstrikes, continued to advance against the Islamic State group as unknown militants killed dozens in Damascus.
Almost four in ten voters backed Modi's party in India's biggest state, Uttar Pradesh.
Sufis are a reminder that much of the Islamic world welcomes divergent religious practices, posing a threat to ISIS's rigid interpretation.
Hate groups are flourishing in liberal California, fueled in part by Donald Trump's election. But the Golden State is no stranger to separatism, bias incidents and extremism.
The conference of 70 nations is expected to send a signal to Donald Trump not to back away from the Israeli-Palestinian peace process.
Man-made earthquakes, caused by fracking, threaten to take out a crucial part of the nation's energy infrastructure. But don't expect Rex Tillerson, Scott Pruitt or Rick Perry to do anything about it.
Britain's longest-serving monarch eager to cement ties between the U.K. and the U.S., report says.