Other countries have found ways to avoid U.S.-style shutdowns so that their citizens don’t pay for partisan wrangles.
Erdogan's remarks came as Turkish forces clashed with Kurdish fighters in northern Syria for the third day.
Mount Mayon, which has killed dozens in previous eruptions, may be on the verge of another.
The party’s latest leader — tarred by his girlfriend’s racist texts — is resisting a no-confidence vote.
Ben Franklin once said that house guests, like fish, start to smell after three days. Which may explain the frustration of Ecuador's President Lenín Moreno. Moreno's country has reluctantly hosted Julian Assange in its embassy in London since June 2012, when he showed up to claim political asylum. At that time, the WikiLeaks founder was wanted […]
The diminished terrorist group turns up the volume in urging lone-wolf strikes abroad.
FBI Director Wray has been angered by efforts to make him replace deputy director Andrew McCabe.
Report highlights the challenges the U.S. military faces in partnering with forces abroad.
The pope said that his words must have come across as a "slap in the face" to victims.
One soldier on a training exercise was killed, and a dozen people were injured.
Survivors and experts say the rush to return trafficked women to Nigeria is doing little to break the cycle of sex slavery.