Donald Trump said he couldn't understand why former President Barack Obama won the Nobel Peace Prize while his administration doesn't "get credit."
"I think there’s no more important point," Trump said of China giving the death penalty to drug dealers.
Former Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe's book, which will be available to the public next week, claims President Donald Trump denied U.S. intelligence findings on North Korea because Russian...
“The goal is to get Trump's stupidest voters to say ‘HE'S FIGHTING!'" Coulter tweeted. "No he's not."
The military group Jaish-e-Mohammed, which aims to separate Kashmir from India and give complete control of the region to Pakistan, has taken responsibility for the attack.
The amendment has been heralded by France’s majority La République en Marche Party (LREM) but criticized by the French right.
Hundreds of remaining ISIS fighters are engaged in a last stand against U.S.-backed forces in southeastern Syria.
Author Pitchaya Sudbanthad recalls learning about the importance of his family's spirit houses while visiting his grandparents in Thailand as a child.
Russian President Vladimir Putin, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Iranian President Hassan Rouhani met in the Black Sea city of Sochi, Russia, to discuss bringing the Syrian conflict to...
The same Russian trolls who attempted to provoke racial tensions and influence the outcome of the 2016 presidential election were also responsible for spreading propaganda against vaccinations.
Both North and South Korea have moved several places up the list this year, and so has Iran.
What do you think is the most powerful passport? You might think it’s the United States, or maybe the United Kingdom, maybe Germany. Guess what? You’re wrong.
Vladimir Putin’s government has already taken steps to protect the Russian economy against such “racketeering attacks,” Dmitry Peskov, Putin’s spokesman, said.
The European Union's move will place stricter controls on bank transactions with Saudi Arabia.
Cuba’s foreign minister lashed out at the U.S., alleging it is preparing for “military aggression” against Venezuela.
A note explaining the need for the new bill read: “Information shared by soldiers on the internet or mass media is used...in certain cases to form a biased assessment of Russia’s state policy.”
The senator reportedly marked the door following a late-night fight with a senior aide.