Emmanuel Macron: The 'Knight' Whose Job It Is To Slay France's Far-Right
The independent candidate caused a political earthquake last week when he emerged as the top challenger to far-right populist Marine Le Pen.
Nat'l Security Chief Tells S. Korea U.S. to Pay for Antimissile System: Official
A South Korean official says the national security adviser said South Korea won't be asked to pay more for an anti-missile system, as Trump suggested.
Turkey Expels 3,900 Officials in Second Post-Referendum Purge
The expulsions — carried out in conjunction with media curbs which included banning dating shows and Wikipedia — affected prison guards, clerks, academics and 1,200 members of the armed forces.
No Shark Cull: Why Some Don't Want to Kill Great Whites Despite Lethal Attacks
Laeticia Brouwer, 17, was fatally attacked by a shark while surfing in Western Australia last week, but many surfers still don't want a cull.
U.S. Service Member Killed In Northern Iraq: Pentagon
The Pentagon said the service member died from wounds sustained in an "explosive device blast" outside the northern city of Mosul.
Far-Right Scion Who Could Be First Woman to Lead France
Le Pen's marriage of socialist economics and far-right identity politics has propelled her into the presidential runoff.
Trump Invites Controversial Philippine Leader to White House in 'Friendly' Call
The two leaders discussed North Korea and Rodrigo Duterte's widely condemned crackdown on drug dealers and users.
Trump: 'I Will Not Be Happy' If N. Korea Conducts Nuke Test
Trump in an interview with CBS' John Dickerson did not say whether a U.S. response to a North Korean nuclear test would include military action.
Pope's Timely Egypt Visit Comforts Grief-Stricken Christians
Pope Francis wrapped up a brief but deeply symbolic visit to Egypt on Saturday with an open-air Mass for the country's tiny Catholic community.
Top Afghan Taliban Official Killed, ISIS Claims Responsibility
Maulvi Mohammad Daud was reportedly travelling in a car in the city's suburbs when he was gunned down by attackers.
Could This Man Be Boxing's First Billionaire?
Anthony Joshua fights Wladimir Klitschko Saturday in a world heavyweight boxing bout where the winner — and loser — pocket nearly $20 million.
Abandon Religious 'Fanaticism': Pope Pleads for Peace in Violence-Hit Egypt
Francis' visit comes as the region grapples with a spiral of extreme violence, and Egypt itself struggles with both Islamic extremism and authoritarianism.
North Korea Test-Fires Another Ballistic Missile, Fails Again
The test comes a day after Trump told Reuters in an interview that the U.S. and North Korea could be headed toward a "major, major conflict."
Pentagon: Friendly Fire May Have Led to Army Ranger Deaths
The U.S. forces were working with Afghan fighters and targeting an ISIS compound and tunnel complex when a firefight broke out Wednesday.
Pope Shares Message of Peace with Egypt's Religious Leaders
Pope Francis' visit comes as Egypt's Coptic Christians are under threat from ISIS, and just weeks after they suffered another deadly attack.
Ebola-Like Mystery Illness Kills 11 in Liberia
Officials are sure it's not Ebola, but little else is known.
Sec. Tillerson to UN Security Council: 'Act Before North Korea Does'
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson called for sanctions on countries trading with North Korea to pressure a dismantling of its nuclear program.
Le Pen's Dad 'Shocked' by Funeral Tribute for Gay Policeman
Jean-Marie Le Pen, the father of far-right presidential candidate Marine LePen, said the speech given by the officer's partner "exalted" gay marriage.
Japan's First Trans Male Politician Vows to Fight for Trans Kids
Tomoya Hosada was elected to the Iruma City Council, making him the first transgender male politician in Japan, and one of just a handful worldwide.
Army Rangers Killed in Firefight With ISIS Identified
Afghanistan remains mired in violence and bloodshed as the Taliban and ISIS fight over territory and clash against government and coalition forces.
Massive Brawl Engulfs Macedonia's Parliament, 100 Injured
This was not a drunken brawl inside a dive bar, but the chaotic scene inside Macedonia's parliament chamber Thursday night.
NAFTA Whiplash Could Hurt American Economic Interests
Trade policy experts say President Trump's recent about-face on NAFTA could leave the United States in a position of political and economic weakness.
Workers Slam 'Insensitive' Plea to Buy Boss a Sailboat
Workers at one of the world's leading art galleries were told they might want to chip in to buy their $214,000 boss a sailing boat.
North Korea Sanctions Loom as Tillerson Heads to U.N.
Nuclear North Korea is the focus on Friday as Secretary of State Rex Tillerson chairs a special meeting of the United Nations Security Council.
Mike Flynn's RT Headache Won't Go Away
At the center of Mike Flynn's troubles with Congress and now the Pentagon is the money he got from a Kremlin-backed television channel.