A U.S. diplomat says Chinese officials say they have tightened border controls with North Korea as part of international sanctions over Pyongyang’s nuclear and missile activities
Border Patrol officials say one of 11 suspected border crossers rescued from a desert area near Gila Bend has died at a hospital
For LGBT rights, it was one step forward, two steps back this week in Asia
A report by U.S. military health experts has found no link between several cases of cancer and environmental conditions in an area used for legal proceedings at the Guantanamo Bay detention center
Leaks of sensitive information that have been a hallmark of the Trump administration are antagonizing one of America’s closest allies
Authorities say an Uzbek refugee serving 25 years in a California federal prison for a plot to kill U.S. military personnel or civilians has been indicted on charges that he stabbed a prison warden
The 2018 budget proposal funds programs that will keep airmen in the service and better their life outside the military.
Brazil’s president revoked an order on Thursday to deploy the military to the streets of the capital after criticism that the move was excessive and merely an effort to hold onto power amid increasing calls for his resignation
The remains of a Minnesota sailor killed during the attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941 will finally be returned to his hometown
The U.S. acknowledges that bombing an Iraqi building in March set off a series of Islamic-State planted explosives that resulted in more than 100 civilian deaths
Leaders of NATO’s 28 member countries came together under exceptional pressure to make the alliance tougher, sharper and relevant
Libyan anti-terror official says alleged Manchester bomber phoned mother hours before concert attack, said “forgive me”
AP Analysis: Iran president’s biggest challenge likely meeting his supporters’ expectations
A spokesman for the Libyan National Army says forces loyal to the LNA have seized control of an air base in the country’s south that had been under control of western militiamen
Last Japanese peacekeepers pull out of South Sudan; had been 1st with mandate to use force
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