North Korea’s vice foreign minister tells the AP that the president’s “aggressive” tweets are building up a “vicious cycle” of tensions on the Korean Peninsula.
The attack in eastern Afghanistan with the largest non-nuclear weapon ever used in combat by the U.S. military killed 36 Islamic State fighters but harmed no civilians, Afghan officials say.
Social media protests grow over Arkansas’ unprecedented plan to put seven inmates to death before the end of the month.
The Assad government and the opposition begin a coordinated population swap of tens of thousands of people from four besieged towns.
Turkey is a country divided as it heads toward a historic referendum on a new political system that would expand the powers of President Erdogan.
They’ll hit the streets Saturday around the country and demand Trump release his tax returns.
Three years ago, Boko Haram extremists swept up nearly 300 Chibok schoolgirls in a brazen mass kidnapping that shocked the world. Nearly 200 remain captive.
A lawyer for a man who was dragged off a United Express flight hopes the 69-year-old becomes “a poster child” for the mistreatment passengers can suffer at the hands of the airline industry.
Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck are formally ending their marriage with divorce petitions that seek joint custody of their three children.
The powerful and popular Pittsburgh Steelers chairman saw his name attached to the NFL’s landmark initiative in minority hiring.