Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in a phone call with US President Donald Trump has described the allegations that Canadian imports to the
A federal judge in San Francisco has said Trump's executive order to withhold federal funds from so-called sanctuary cities was too broad. Mayors...
Trailers carrying US THAAD missile defence equipment entered a deployment site in South Korea early Wednesday with tensions high over North
Madonna isn't happy with a new biopic planned on her pre-fame life. The Hollywood Reporter reported Monday that Universal had acquired the rights...
For the second time this decade, a sustained campaign to legalize marijuana has come to Switzerland. The new initiative intends to make
A naturalized US citizen of Palestinian descent will be deported from America after it turned out he had gotten his
In response to unrest in the predominantly Muslim portions of far western China, Beijing has banned baby names that refer
Bruno Fernandes, jailed for the 2010 murder of his ex-girlfriend, was freed on parole
A US federal appeals court is set to reconsider a ruling preventing the state of Ohio from using its lethal injection drug protocol to execute...
A small town in central Florida will be celebrating Confederate History Day this week by flying the Confederate flag, as town officials say they...
French Presidential Candidate Marine Le Pen of the National Front party said that she is satisfied with results of the first round of
PARIS (AP) — Far-right presidential contender Marine Le Pen said Tuesday that people are revolting against the elite and predicted that
Bob Dylan will headline this year's Montreal International Jazz Festival with a lineup that brings together both classic and emerging
BANGKOK (Reuters) - A Thai man filmed himself killing his 11-month-old daughter in two video clips posted on Facebook before committing
BRASILIA (Reuters) - Indigenous people and police clashed in Brazil's capital city on Tuesday, as officers fired rubber bullets and tear gas
The US has ratcheted up pressure on Canada ahead of plans to renegotiate trade agreements. Trump's administration has introduced lumber tariffs
The Iraqi-backed People's Mobilization Forces (PMF) have liberated 12 villages near the Iraqi city of Mosul in an offensive operation against
LIMA (Reuters) - About 600 natives of Peru's Amazon region took control of a non-producing oil field operated by Canada's Pacific Exploration
After being fired from Fox News, longstanding political and cultural commentator Bill O’Reilly has resurfaced with a request for sympathy,
The negotiations of the Joint Commission of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) on Iran's plan to purchase 950 metric tons of...
U.S. President Donald Trump told U.N. Security Council ambassadors that the future of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad was "not a deal breaker"
Television viewers who call in a rules violation have never cost anyone a golf tournament. The blame ultimately — always — falls to the
France's two presidential candidates traded barbs on Tuesday with centrist Emmanuel Macron accusing far-right rival Marine Le Pen of
Fireworks light up the sky during the Omagari Hanabi Spring Chapter in the city of Daisen, Akita Prefecture, on Tuesday night. A total of
Controversial Beziers Mayor Robert Menard said schools in his town had too
Ankara has "strongly condemned" the burning of a Turkish flag during a demonstration marking anniversary of Armenian Genocide by the Ottoman...
Terrill Thomas, a Wisconsin man held in solitary confinement pending trial, died of dehydration when prison guards shut off his water for seven...
More than a dozen Kurdish fighters have died in Turkish air raids in Syria and Iraq. The US State Department has said the bombings were
A “full scale” drill to prepare for terror attacks will be conducted by law enforcement officials across six cities in the Washington,
Angers returned to the French Cup final for the first time since their only other appearance 60 years ago with a 2-0 semi-final victory over...
Thousands of Brazilian indigenous tribe members clashed with riot police Tuesday while demonstrating in the capital, Brasilia, for
New York Yankees legend Derek Jeter and former Florida Governor Jeb Bush are spearheading a consortium which made a successful bid for the
The United States should stay in the Paris climate accord but renegotiate it, Energy Secretary Rick Perry said Tuesday, alleging that some
Villarreal kept their slim hopes of Champions League football next season alive as Roberto Soriano's late winner shocked Atletico Madrid 1-0 at
The UN Security Council is expected to vote Thursday on a draft resolution backing a UN bid to re-start talks on settling the decades-old
A furnace exploded Tuesday morning at an iron factory in Asahikawa, Hokkaido, killing the manager and leaving five people injured, police
Tomoyuki Sugano posted his second straight shutout win on Tuesday as the Yomiuri Giants moved within half a game of the Central
In South Korea, the US military started moving equipment for the THAAD missile system to its deployment site. The transport of radars and
Science watchdogs reveal Harvard University uses hundreds of thousands of taxpayer dollars to conduct experiments on animals they say
Toshiba Corp has developed a prototype compact PV inverter that can be attached to the back side of a solar panel. It converts direct-current
Fiat Chrysler and Google for the first time will offer rides to the public in the self-driving automobiles they are building under an
The labor ministry referred advertising agency Dentsu Inc and three officials from its offices in Nagoya, Osaka and Kyoto to prosecutors on
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will visit Russia this week for a meeting with President Vladimir Putin, the Kremlin and Tokyo said Tuesday,
A Yerevan court placed 21-year-old Arman Dzhandzhugazyan under arrest for two months after being suspected of murdering a Russian serviceman in
A solid gold Darth Vader mask is going on sale in Japan, with a 154 million yen ($1.4 million) price tag for a one-of-a-kind likeness of
The secretary-general of Japan's ruling party said on Tuesday he will attend China's New Silk Road summit in May, a sign Prime Minister Shinzo
Japan's disaster reconstruction minister indicated Tuesday night that he is ready to resign following his latest remark about the March
US President Donald Trump said on Tuesday he is not afraid of starting a trade war with Canada over the recent imposition