EU leaders finalize Brexit position before UK talks
European Union leaders swiftly and unanimously adopted their negotiating principles for Britain's exit from the EU at a meeting Saturday in Brussels amid signs they plan to take a tough stance over the country's financial commitments to the bloc.
'Crucial' to protect EU citizens after Brexit
The president of the European Parliament Antonio Tajani says it would be impossible to vote on a Brexit deal that doesn't protect the rights of EU citizens.
Merkel warns against UK 'illusions' over Brexit
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has warned Britain not to hold any "illusions" about what Brexit means for its future, adding that it "cannot and will not have the same rights as a member of the EU."
Has democracy reached a breaking point?
It is often hailed as the beacon of a civilized society -- but is democracy in danger of failing the very people it is supposed to protect?
US Marines return to volatile Afghan province
The US Marines are back in Afghanistan's turbulent Helmand province for the first time since the NATO-led international coalition ended its combat operations three years ago.
Sen. Chris Coons slams Trump's North Korea tweet: "This is no longer reality TV"
Democratic Sen. Chris Coons slammed President Donald Trump's tweet Saturday about North Korea's latest missile test, saying Twitter is no place to conduct diplomacy.
Protesters take on Trump's climate policies -- and the heat
Thousands of people who support action on climate change are expected to brave the sweltering heat Saturday and march through the nation's capital as part of the People's Climate March.
The kids suing Donald Trump are marching to the White House
A 16-year-old walked up to the microphone.
North Korea missile explodes after launch
North Korea on Saturday launched a missile that landed in the Sea of Japan, also known as the East Sea, a US official said.
Pope Francis preaches tolerance at Mass in Cairo
Pope Francis sent a message of tolerance and co-existence as he celebrated Mass at a stadium in Egypt on Saturday.
Luxury festival descends into chaos
If you turned up at the Fyre Festival wooed by its ads -- and many, many fans did -- you'd think you were in for a weekend of top-notch acts playing for your entertainment, as models in bikinis paraded around and private jets and yachts ferried you to and from the beautiful Caribbean paradise. Everything any good millennial needs for a strong Instagram post.
From Gandhi to guns: Indian woman heads to NRA convention
Guns are not a part of the culture of my homeland, except perhaps for the occasional Bollywood movie in which the bad guy meets his demise staring down the wrong end of a barrel.
From sex trafficking victim to successful restaurateur
There was a time when Neli Delgado was forced to have sex with 30 to 40 men a night. Now she's the owner of a successful restaurant and speaks at anti-trafficking events.
Tillerson: US willing to take military action against North Korea
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson called on the world community Friday to drastically increase pressure on North Korea, warning that failure to do so could be "catastrophic" and that the US is prepared to take military action against the rogue regime if necessary.
Stockholm terror attack claims 5th victim
A woman who was injured during the April 7 Stockholm terror attack died on Friday, marking the attack's fifth fatality.
Syria blames Israel for Damascus airport blast
Syria blamed Israel for what state TV said was a missile strike near Damascus Intl Airport on Thursday.
China tried to hack group linked to controversial missile defense system, US cybersecurity firm says
A cybersecurity firm in the United States believes state-sponsored Chinese hackers were trying to infiltrate an organization with connections to a US-built missile system in South Korea that Beijing firmly opposes.
Why Muslims are marching for climate
From the cropless farmer to the beleaguered first responder to the person forced to evacuate their flooded home, we all have our reasons for caring about climate change. As an Indonesian-born Muslim living in California, it is my faith that compels me to protect our earth.
President Trump, S. Korea is not a real estate deal
In President Donald Trump's book "The Art of the Deal," he writes about how important it is to know one's market, to study hard. He wrote that he likes to gather as many disparate opinions and views about a potential real estate deal as he can before making any final decisions about how it will affect a given area or neighborhood.
Penny Pritzker: My immigrant story
More than 130 years ago, my great-great-grandparents left then-czarist Russia for the United States with nothing but the clothes on their backs. Escaping political oppression, they emigrated to Chicago with no knowledge of the English language, and at a time when immigrating "legally" meant little more than writing, by hand, the family's name in a notebook at Ellis Island.
I'm feeling lucky: Google CEO made nearly $200 million
Google CEO Sundar Pichai received nearly $199.7 million in compensation last year, double the amount he made in 2015, according to a filing Friday from Google's parent company, Alphabet.
Trump's orders and tweets can't stop U.S. jobs from leaving
Samsung to investors: We don't need to change
Homeless at 14, she's saving kids from the streets
When she was 14 years old, Mariuma Ben Yosef ran away from home.
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