US records more deaths from drug, alcohol overdoses than car accidents
Four people have been killed after a train derailment caused a fire
A mild earthquake was felt along the central coast and on nearby islands.
Horses that have been an indispensable part of life Turkey in which they have been a constant companion throughout the history of Turks
Dutch anti-Islam political leader Geert Wilders has been convicted of insulting a group and inciting discrimination
Yasmin Seweid targeted in bias crime last week
Shelters and logistics center were also destroyed in operation in Gara region
Vehicle bomb detonated in front of a gendarmerie station
Greek minister's anti-Turkey remarks 'lack manners, cognition and responsibility,' says Turkish Defense Ministry
More than 90 soldiers were killed and 100 were injured after US warplanes hit Iraqi army units
Trump has said that he would create a Muslim registry or database during his campaign for the White House, saying it would be possible through “good management.” Then, a Trump surrogate brought up the wartime incarceration of Japanese-Americans as a “precedent” for creating such a registry.
Many incoming cabinet members have railed against the worker protections and environmental and corporate regulations that President Barack Obama has enacted.
Biden's two-day visit to Ottawa, which started with the dinner hosted by Trudeau on Thursday, came as Canada's regional leaders met in the capital to finalize a national climate strategy.
The US refining system is already the largest in the world, with some 139 refineries in operation, according to Davis Refinery. Most petroleum refining operations are along the US Gulf Coast.
'We may have crossed into a new threshold, and it is incumbent upon us to take stock of that,' top aide says
CIA agents told the lawmakers it was "quite clear" that electing Trump was Russia's goal, according to officials who spoke to the Post, citing growing evidence from multiple sources.
'We never intended to shut down the government,' says high-ranking New York lawmaker
Military spokesman Badare Akintoye had earlier said "at least 30 people have been killed in the suicide blasts carried out by two female suicide bombers in the market."
Amnest has condemned the use of force against protesters in provinces of North West and South West
Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo becomes fifth President of Ghana since 1992 return to constitutional rule
Apple is striving to improve the environmental impact of its supply chain, which is responsible for more than 70 percent of its total carbon footprint, the official Xinhua news agency reported.
Iraqi forces are battling militants deep inside Mosul, edging closer to the River Tigris that divides the city and looking for a breakthrough in the seven-week-old offensive.
The delivery of the first two of 50 F-35s to be purchased by Israel comes as the years-long development of the most expensive plane in history reaches a critical stage.
Calls from Western leaders to stop the fighting and diplomacy at the UN have so far amounted to nothing with Assad and Russian President Vladimir Putin seemingly intent on pushing their advantage.
Italian prosecutors suspect kickbacks worth about 10 percent of the deal -- 50 million euros -- were paid to Indian officials as bribes.
Beijing says its troops "peacefully liberated" Tibet in 1951, but many Tibetans accuse the central government of religious repression and eroding their culture.
Temporary port labourers at Hambantota port have been striking since Tuesday demanding that they be taken on as permanent employees of the state-owned Sri Lanka Port Authority, according to local officials.
The number of people displaced by a powerful earthquake that hit Indonesia on Wednesday has soared to at least 43,000
Emergency workers were using mechanical diggers and other equipment to remove mangled slabs of concrete and steel at the site, TV footage showed.
Prime Minister Hwang Kyo-ahn holds emergency meeting as protests continue against impeached leader Park Geun-hye
Quake occurs day after 7.8 tremor damages around 30 buildings and prompts tsunami warning
Park's downfall was triggered by a scandal involving her close friend, Choi Soon-Sil, who is now awaiting trial on charges of using her presidential ties as leverage to squeeze tens of millions of dollars from local companies.
Italy was plunged into political uncertainty by the resignation of Prime Minister Matteo Renzi following a crushing referendum defeat.
Most of Bulgaria's fleet of MiG-29s have been in constant need of repairs in recent years.
Ownership of islands known respectively as Northern Territories/Southern Kurils bedeviled Japan-Russia relations for 70 yrs
The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries agreed on November 30 to lower its monthly output by 1.2 million barrels per day (bpd) to 32.5 million bpd as of January.
Lagarde, who served as finance minister until 2011, has always insisted she acted in France's best interests.
The worlds oldest bank, Italy's Monte dei Pashci di Siena has said that the ECB has refused to give it extra time for finding funds to prevent bailout
Kazakhstan, Russia and Ukraine all accuse him of having embezzled billions of dollars during his time as head of the Kazakh bank BTA.