Newly discovered emails related to an investigation into a private email server used by Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton were found on a separate device during an unrelated probe, a U.S
Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro threatened Friday to jail his political opponents if they follow through on their vow of launching a legislative trial to remove him from power.
A U.S. appeals court is affirming the conviction of a Pennsylvania man who posted violent rap lyrics on Facebook that took aim at his estranged wife, an elementary school and the FBI.
The U.S. State Department said on Friday it had voiced concern to Myanmar's foreign minister about the reported rape of Rohingya Muslim women by soldiers during a recent upsurge in violence against th
U.S. President Barack Obama will launch a campaign blitz for Democrat Hillary Clinton next week as the race against Republican Donald Trump for the White House enters the final stretch.
Around 1,000 people demonstrated in the Ivorian capital Abijdan Friday against a weekend referendum on a new constitution which the opposition has denounced as dangerously anti-democratic.
Saudi Arabia has been re-elected to the UNHRC with Russia being voted out
Federica Mogherini will push the diplomatic agenda with senior level talks regarding the Syrian war
The FBI has learned of more emails involving Hillary Clinton’s private email server with the investigation to be reopened
U.S. prosecutors said Friday that the sudden death of a former aide to Russian President Vladimir Putin in a Washington hotel was an accident, and occurred after days of heavy drinking and successive
Donald Trump has given $10 million of his personal money to his presidential campaign in an effort to boost his White House bid 11 days before the Nov. 8 election, according to media reports.
Peshmerga need additional weapons supplies in battle for Mosul, says Iraqi Kurdish regional govt leader
Kosovo's special prosecutor filed a war crimes indictment Friday against a top guerrilla commander turned politician who has twice before been charged and acquitted over atrocities in the 1990s confli
NEW YORK - A work by the Norwegian artist Edvard Munch (AYD'-vart moongk) will highlight Sotheby's fall auction of impressionist and modern art.
The auction house expects the painting "Girls on the B
WASHINGTON - The Latest on the U.S. presidential campaign (all times EDT):
Vice-President Joe Biden is on the list of possible contenders for Hillary Clinton's secretary of state, should t
Islamic State fighters are forcibly relocating tens of thousands of people from villages around Mosul to use them as human shields and have begun systematically executing those who refuse, the United
October marked a record monthly high in the number of migrants arriving in Italy in recent years, with over 27,000 people reaching its shores.
NEEDHAM, Mass. - Travel website TripAdvisor has received permission from federal authorities to sell travel-related services to people visiting Cuba.
The Needham (NEED'-uhm), Massachusetts-based firm
BELFAST (Reuters) - Northern Ireland's High Court on Friday rejected an attempt to block Britain's exit from the European Union, saying that neither the province's parliament nor its laws could overri
PARIS (Reuters) - French Prime Minister Manuel Valls voiced anger over unguarded comments by Socialist President Francois Hollande published in a recent book, Le Monde reported on Friday, dealing a fu
United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon expressed regret Friday that South Africa, Burundi and Gambia want to leave the International Criminal Court and said it could "send a wrong message on the
The agency had learned of the existence of emails that appeared to be pertinent to its investigation
The FBI reopens its inquiry into Hillary Clinton’s use of personal email while secretary of state.
Colombia's second-biggest guerrilla group, the ELN, insisted Friday it was playing by the rules in keeping hold of a hostage until peace talks are launched with the government.
Uber believes the future of transportation is literally looking up
Amazon is racing to ship packages as quickly as possible by building out its own delivery system
EU Budget Commissioner and vice president Kristalina Georgieva of Bulgaria has resigned from her job in Brussels to become chief executive officer of the World Bank, a statement said Friday.
TORONTO - The Toronto Maple Leafs will recognize victims of residential schools as well as missing and murdered indigenous women at Tuesday's game against the Edmonton Oilers.
A pre-game video will f
Donald Trump's campaign is downplaying new federal filings that show Hillary Clinton with an $85 million cash advantage in the final stretch of the campaign.
The UN says it has negotiated the release of 876 children held as suspects by the Nigerian army.
The United Nations has negotiated the release of nearly 900 children detained by Nigeria's army and security forces after they have retaken land from Boko Haram militants, a senior official said.
CALGARY - Jim Prentice, the former federal cabinet minister and former Alberta premier, died earlier this month in a plane crash outside Kelowna, B.C. Here are some key events in his political career:
A Belarusian court Friday handed a blogger jailed since January over posts critical of Russia a restriction of liberty order for one year and nine months for having "incited hatred."
WARSAW, Ind. (AP) — An Indiana teenager originally sentenced to 25 years in prison for helping kill a friend’s stepfather when he was 12 could now be released in about three months. Paul Ginger