The president-elect's Twitter outburst is the latest in a string of aggressive foreign policy comments.
Netanyahu angrily repeated that Washington had conspired with the Palestinians to push for the resolution's adoption.
Guterres has pledged to ensure gender parity in his team.
A California judge granted a motion to dismiss criminal charges against three of Backpage's top officials: Carl Ferrer, Michael Lacey and James Larkin.
Most of the money will go to address crises in Syria, Yemen, Iraq and South Sudan.
UNESCO must demonstrate the highest level of tolerance for all peoples, religions, nations and cultures, writes Moshe Kantor.
Aid hasn't arrived, and people are blocked from leaving via designated corridors during ceasefire.
In Israel, 6 percent of adults watched the presidential debates.
Many of Haiti's people are without drinking water and the spread of cholera is all but certain.
The actor and gender-equality campaigner spoke to activists at the One Young World conference in Canada.
Russian-backed offensive accused of using chemical weapons to take back rebel-held areas.
Thirty-one countries formally ratified the Paris climate change agreement on Wednesday.
If her speech at the UN is any indication, Theresa May prioritizes nationalist concerns over humanitarian ones.
South Korea accused North Korea of "totally ridiculing" the U.N.'s authority.
The meeting took place just a week after the allies signed a record military aid deal.
All 193 U.N. member states are set to sign a declaration to combat drug-resistant superbugs.
The launch of the International Brain Initiative at the U.N. General Assembly marks a turning point for brain science.
The pair have had a frosty relationship but are to make time for each other in New York.
May will speak at the U.N. general assembly in New York this week.
A lack of trust among all parties makes it hard to see how the latest agreement to stop the fighting can stick.
A monitoring group said Benjamin Netanyahu is "the PM of one sector only—the settler sector."
U.N. Security Council to meet Tuesday to discuss the three ballistic missiles that hit Japan's air defense identification zone.