Two weeks of odd news: Police say impaired bride crashes on her way to her wedding; two long-ago high school sweethearts in New Jersey marry in hallway where they met
Days after President Donald Trump dismissed his secretary of state, many close to the Trump think more upheaval is coming soon to the administration
Key moments in the case of former spy Sergei Skripal, poisoned with a rare nerve agent
Russian voters, observers and eight presidential candidates are gearing up for an election that will undoubtedly hand Vladimir Putin another six-year term
British police are trying to reconstruct the movements of former spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter in the crucial hours before they were found
North Korea’s foreign minister was to meet again with his Swedish counterpart amid growing speculation about a possible meeting in the Scandinavian country between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
Russia has announced it is expelling 23 British diplomats and threatened further measures in retaliation in a growing diplomatic dispute over a nerve agent attack on a former spy in Britain
Syrian opposition activists are reporting that dozens of people were killed and scores wounded when an airstrike hit a rebel-held town east of the capital Damascus
Xi Jinping has been reappointed as China’s president with no limit on the number of terms he can serve
Phan Van Khai, an architect of Vietnam’s economic rise and the country’s first prime minister to visit the United States since the war, has died
Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak says the displacement of Rohingya Muslims is no longer solely a domestic issue for Myanmar, as Southeast Asian nations signed a counterterrorism cooperation agreement at a regional leaders’ conference
State officials say two days before a catastrophic bridge collapse in Miami, an engineer left a voicemail saying some cracking had been found at one end of the span
President Trump is considering sweeping tariffs on imports from China, and that has industry groups and some lawmakers up in arms _ in the U.S.
Bye-bye box seats? Tax law may curb corporate cash spent at the stadium