On Friday the Pentagon released close to 200 photographs of detainee abuse in Iraq and Afghanistan, taken mostly between 2004 and 2006
Leaders agree potential North Korean satellite launch would violate UN sanctions
'There are lawyers that are considering whether or not that term can be properly applied', White House says
Alberta has been hit by falling crude oil prices with Trudeau pledging a financial boost for investment in infrastructure
'An attack on one faith is an attack on all our faiths', Obama says
Border guard says 5 million foreign visitors entering Canada annually may pose bigger threat to US security
Georgia executed its oldest death row inmate Tuesday, after courts rejected a challenge to a state law that keeps secret the names of providers of lethal injection drugs.
Muslims 'shouldn't be subjected to ridicule or targeting by anybody', White House says
The budget for 2017 will make up 'a total of $7.5 billion, 50 percent more than 2016', Pentagon chief announces
First statewide election sees two candidates end their campaigns
The US Department of Justice have said that they will probe the San Francisco police just weeks after law enforcement officers fatally shot a black man, Mario Woods.
Ranking US officer in Iraq says battle in Syria will be more complex
The United States 2017 military budget, which includes details of a previously secret mini-drone, is set to be previewed by the Pentagon chief and will include funding to Estonia, and Romania.
President Barack Obama next week will make his first visit to a U.S. mosque when he visits the Islamic Society of Baltimore.
Russia should stop activities that heighten instability, spokesman says
Both Facebook and its photosharing site Instagram have banned used from coordinating person-to-person private sales of firearms.
With the Latino population the fastest growing Muslim population in the US, a nonprofit organization ill open a mosque and service center to cater for the growing community.
Hillary Clinton's unsecured home server contained more than a dozen emails deemed "top secret" and will not be released by the US government
Canadian police have said that five snowmobilers were caught up in collapse of a snowpack while riding near McBride in British Columbia province
A Muslim charity organization have so far donated 30,000 bottles of fresh water to the people of Flint, Michigan as the city struggles through its crisis of toxic water
Canadian defense minister shrugs off concerns