When is a German not a German? Identity re-emerges as a thorny issue
"I am a German when we win, but I am an immigrant when we lose," said Mesut Özil, who recently quit the national soccer team, citing racism.
Israeli defense minister quits, hits out at Netanyahu over Gaza truce
Avigdor Lieberman has demanded a stronger response to Palestinian militants' most intense round of rocket fire against Israel since the 2014 Gaza war.
Main witness against 'El Chapo' will be 'El Chapo,' prosecutor says
Feds say they'll use "El Chapo's" own words against him to prove he's a vicious drug lord
Pence confronts Myanmar's Suu Kyi over Rohingya persecution
Pence said her country's atrocities were "without excuse." He called on her to hold those responsible to account.
British PM May faces ferocious opposition to Brexit plan
Even if Prime Minister Theresa May wins backing from her own ministers, she must get approval from lawmakers despite a razor-thin parliamentary majority.
Starbucks axing 5 percent of its corporate workforce
In an attempt to streamline its business model, Starbucks has already closed hundreds of stores, expanded its mobile offerings, and added more drive-thrus.
Israelis, Gazans brace for more violence amid spiraling tensions
“There will be an escalation in Gaza, there will be no calmness after this,” one Gaza resident said.
Ebola outbreak in Congo likely to last to mid-2019
The outbreak has already killed more than 200 people. Its location, among two armed groups and a dense population, makes it extremely challenging.
Fewer foreign students coming to United States for second year in row, survey finds
New enrollments for the 2017-18 school year slumped 6.6 percent compared with the previous year.
Hidden North Korean missile sites are 'nothing new,' South Korea says
"North Korea never pledged a promise to abandon this missile sites," a spokesman for South Korea's president said.
Gaza militants announce ceasefire with Israel in bid to avert war
An earlier dramatic escalation in violence appeared to have been triggered by a botched Israeli commando raid into Gaza.
Reports of UFO probed by Irish Aviation Authority
A pilot reported seeing an object with bright lights come up on her left hand side before veering off on Friday.
'Appalling' Khashoggi recordings shocked Saudi intelligence, Turkey's Erdogan says
"The crown prince says 'I will clarify the matter, I will do what is necessary.' We are waiting patiently," the president told reporters.
In Mexico caravan, LGBTQ migrants stick together for safety
These asylum seekers have banded together for protection — not from the uncertainty of a journey fraught with danger, but from their fellow travelers.
David Schwimmer's 'Friends' lookalike thief busted by British police
The similarity lit up social media after police posted surveillance-camera footage of a man carrying a carton of cans from a restaurant in Blackpool, northwest England.
One upside of Trump's trade war? Cheaper bacon.
"The shift from chicken to beef and pork has been far more pronounced than anyone had imagined," said one industry analyst.
737 crash scenario not covered in Boeing manual, pilots say
Investigators are focused on the clarity of U.S.-approved procedures to help pilots prevent the 737 MAX over-reacting to a data fault.
Gaza rocket hits bus, Israel launches airstrikes on Palestinian enclave
Israeli fighter jets have begun striking targets throughout the blockaded enclave.
Amnesty strips Myanmar's Suu Kyi of 'conscience' award over Rohingya crisis
"We are profoundly dismayed that you no longer represent a symbol of hope, courage, and the undying defense of human rights," the human rights group said.
North Korea is still working on its ballistic missile program
Recent intel and satellite photos of work on undeclared missile sites underscore that regardless of Trump's statements, North Korean nukes remain a threat.
OPEC teases at production cut — but does it still have any clout?
Saudi Arabia has been studying whether or not it's time to dismantle OPEC.
Raging battles in vital Yemen's main port threatens hospital
The Red Sea city is an entry point for most of the country's desperately needed food and relief supplies.
Colombia seeks to expand tourism as it sees big bump in visitors
Though the life of notorious drug kingpin Pablo Escobar is still a tourist draw, new areas like alpine cycling and health tourism are attracting visitors.
Canadian intelligence agents have heard Khashoggi tapes, Trudeau says
Trudeau is the first Western leader to confirm that his country's intelligence services have heard the recordings of what happened to Jamal Khashoggi.
Second jet from USS Ronald Reagan crashes in less than a month
The U.S. Navy's 7th Fleet said the F/A-18 Hornet had a mechanical problem during Monday's routine operations in the Philippine Sea.