First time US suggests connection between two groups
Donald Trump reached the number of delegates needed to clinch the Republican nomination for president on Thursday,
The Democratic Party frontrunner maintains small margin in national poll
Attorney General cites nature, resulting harm of crime as factors in decision
State Dept. does not support group's desire for semi-autonomous zones in northern Syria
US president says elimination of Mullah Akhtar Mansour is 'a milestone for peace'
Barack Obama has announced the removal of embargo on first visit to Vietnam, saying he wants to normalise relations with former enemy
British PM says American presidential candidate Donald Trump's remarks regarding Muslims were 'wrong and divisive'
Western powers including the US and Germany have backed doing legal business with Iran
With Trump being the presumptive nominee for the Republican party, his audacity, and inflammatory remarks fueling hate amongst many is now fuelling the desire for many American's to move across the border to Canada.
America has 'bigger problems than Assad' presidential contender says
Lower house of the US Congress approves conditional military aid for Pakistan
Justin Trudeau seeks to 'create an inclusive society, where everyone, including and especially Muslim Canadians, have every opportunity to succeed just like anybody else,'
Republican nominee Donald Trump on Wednesday had a meeting with Henry Kissinger, the former secretary of state and national security advisor under President Richard Nixon.
An Ontario lawmaker has introduced a bill that will be voted by Ontario politicians today to blacklist BDS supporters
Presumptive Republican candidate Donald Trump takes his party's contest in Oregon
Fort McMurray remains empty with 80,000 residents displaced
Robert Ford tell Senate terror group PYD wants to capture Mambij pocket to combine self declared 'cantons'
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is hoping to keep his campaign alive with strong showings in the Kentucky and Oregon primaries.
Invoking 'executive privilege', White House counsel says that allowing deputy national-security adviser Ben Rhodes to testify would threaten the president' 'ability to receive candid advice'
Information released for the first time in four decades