Civil rights group demands federal probe in wake of incident in Mississippi
Belgium has been given until Monday to resolve a disagreement holding back the CETA trade deal with Canada
In one such camp on the side of the road, Dominique Pierre-Louis is trying to start a motorcycle covered in mud.
OAS demands national dialogue between Venezuelan government, opposition
Canada's trade minister said on Saturday it was up to the EU to save a free trade deal that is being blocked by opposition from Belgium's French-speaking region
Hillary Clinton’s campaign headquarters were evacuated last night after a “suspicious” envelope was opened by interns.
Ashton Carter welcomes Turkey's role in northern Syria
The Canadian trade minister, Chrystia Freeland, was on the verge of tears on Friday as she announced the “end and the failure” of talks with the Walloon government.
According to Hillary Clinton, Trump's refusal to accept the election results is putting democracy "on the line" in the US...
Trump cast the United States into uncharted political waters by suggesting he may not recognize the result of the November 8 presidential election and could launch a legal challenge if Hillary Clinton wins.
Malik Obama said he felt his half-brother could have done more for his family in Kenya.
Claiming a lack of planning for the aftermath of the Libya revolution, US President Barack Obama has called it the "the biggest mistake" during his Presidency
The state of Georgia on Wednesday executed a man who opened fire on Atlanta police in 1997, killing one officer and critically wounding another after they had given his intoxicated girlfriend a ride home.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump faced off Wednesday night in their final presidential debate before Election Day
'I will tell you at the time. I will keep you in suspense', Trump says
US President Obama has scolded Donald Trump telling him to stop whining about the election
US President Obama is weighing a “proportional” response to Russia’s efforts to interfere with this fall’s election campaign through hacking
Police chiefs group says officers must ‘acknowledge and apologize for the actions of the past’
The battle in Mosul provides a chance for Obama to boost his legacy as a war-time leader despite more than half of American troops in Iraq now in the operation
Clinton's campaign did not contest the authenticity of the remarks, which were part of a huge trove of documents hacked from the emails of campaign chairman John Podesta by WikiLeaks.
'This election is being rigged by the media pushing false and unsubstantiated charges, and outright lies, in order to elect Crooked Hillary!'