FBI agents have arrested a Mexican prosecutor suspected of involvement in the production and trafficking of illegal drugs including heroin and cocaine into the United States, authorities said Wednesda
China's President Xi Jinping will travel to Florida to meet U.S. President Donald Trump April 6 to 7, Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Lu Kang said Thursday
Greece is close to a long-delayed deal with its creditors after months of tough talks, a senior official has said
Self-exiled opposition leader Sam Rainsy was sentenced to 20 months in prison by a Cambodian court Thursday for accusing the government of assassinating a prominent critic
The Mississippi Valley is in the severe weather bull's-eye as a storm system that already left at least six dead moved into the Dixie Alley
The judge who halted President Donald Trump's revised travel ban on refugees and arrivals from six mainly Muslim countries has extended his order, dealing another blow to the White House.
Hundreds of thousands of civilians remain in Mosul, which was seized by the Islamic State group in 2014, and officials and witnesses have said that air strikes have taken a devastating toll on civili
SpaceX is poised to launch its first recycled rocket Thursday, using a booster that sent food and supplies to the astronauts living at the International Space Station in April
A powerful cyclone that smashed into northeastern Australia could have caused further damage to the under-pressure Great Barrier Reef, turning parts into an "underwater wasteland", scientists warned T
Britain will Thursday begin the messy task of disentangling itself from EU laws, as the first signs of rancor between London and Brussels emerged at the start of their two-year divorce proceedings
Nine leaders of Hong Kong's 2014 democracy protests appeared in court Thursday after their surprise summons, charged with inciting the street occupation that paralyzed parts of the city for months in
First Lady Melania Trump made the case for women's "empowerment" at a ceremony Wednesday honoring a dozen activists who have overcome great odds to advance human rights around the world
The number of unauthorized immigrants from India, for example, grew by about 130,000 from 2009 to 2014, to an estimated half a million, according to Pew.
Lloyd's of London will open a new European base in Brussels to avoid losing business over Brexit
Over the past two and a half decades, the Caucasus nation of Azerbaijan has become a close ally of Israel and the US
The Turkish petrochemical complex Petkim plans to spend 10 million Turkish liras for charity.
Asteroid 2015 BZ509 is the first object found that orbits in the same region as a planet but travels backward.
At least 500 cases were diagnosed since this January, the majority in France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Romania, Switzerland and Ukraine.
26 injured in explosion at checkpoint
LONDON (AP) — Britain’s chief negotiator in the country’s divorce from the European Union is rejecting the suggestion that the government has threatened to end security cooperation unless
Seven stories in the news for Thursday, March 30:
CANNABIS PRODUCERS PEN LETTER TO OTTAWA
Several licensed marijuana producers have written a letter urging the federal government to allow them
State Dept. official tells CBS schools bear resemblance to 'organized crime' doing 'money laundering'
ANKARA (Reuters) - The arrest in the United States of a top Turkish banker charged with participating in a multi-year scheme to violate sanctions against Iran is a "completely political" move, Turkish
Serzh Sargsyan cited the completion of negotiations on a new legal document regulating the relations as a success story.
HANOI (Reuters) - Vietnam on Thursday denounced Taiwan's military drills on and around a disputed South China Sea island, labeling them a serious violation of its sovereignty and a threat to maritime
WASHINGTON (AP) — She has a West Wing office, facetime with world leaders and unrivaled access to the president. And as Ivanka Trump’s White House role grows, so does the backlash. Ivanka Trump
MONTREAL - Former Montreal mayor Michael Applebaum will be sentenced this afternoon following his conviction on corruption-related charges.
The charges stemmed from two separate deals between 2007 an
WASHINGTON - Should we be preparing for the coming invasion of job-stealing, career-crushing robots? It's a question that's moved from science-fiction novels to the tip of policy-makers' tongues.
VANCOUVER - Consumers can trust what varieties of wine taste like regardless of the store they buy it from, and they could soon have similar expectations for strains of marijuana, say researchers at t
BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese President Xi Jinping will travel to the United States to meet President Donald Trump at his Mar-a-Lago retreat in Florida on April 6-7, China's Foreign Ministry said on Thu
WASHINGTON (AP) — Pedestrian deaths are climbing faster than motorist fatalities, reaching nearly 6,000 deaths last year — the highest total in more than two decades, according to an analysis of prel
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain was in not seeking to threaten Europe when it said cooperation in fighting terrorism would be weakened if it left the European Union without a comprehensive deal, Brexit min
Hawaii says the policy discriminates against Muslims and hurts the state's tourist-dependent economy.
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Republican legislative leaders in North Carolina and Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper say they have an agreement to end the state’s so-called “bathroom bill” that the