German police arrested two men on Tuesday and carried out 22 searches in a crackdown on human trafficking that authorities say helped illegally secure asylum approvals for at least 10 migrants, mostly
The European Parliament is expected to begin the process to lift the immunity of France's far-right presidential challenger Marine Le Pen Wednesday for her alleged misuse of European Union funds, parl
Independent centrist Emmanuel Macron said Tuesday that he was not taking victory in France's presidential election for granted and would fight to defeat far-right candidate Marine Le Pen.
A group called the Imam Shamil Battalion has claimed responsibility for a metro bombing in the Russian city of St. Petersburg that killed 16 people and said the bomber was acting on orders from Al-Qae
Austria's far-right Freedom Party made a clear commitment on Tuesday to the European Union and the euro currency, moving further away from past calls to quit the bloc as speculation about early parlia
German broadcasters say that Chancellor Angela Merkel will face challenger Martin Schulz in a single televised debate three weeks before the country's national election.
Frence's leader Francois Hollande warned Tuesday about complacency ahead of the country's second-round presidential runoff, saying the defeat of far-right candidate Marine Le Pen should not be taken f
Ivanka has been accused in the United States of benefiting from nepotism, and was ridiculed on the "Saturday Night Live" comedy show for being "complicit" in promoting Trump's divisive policies.
Former White House national security adviser Michael Flynn likely broke the law by failing to get permission to be paid for a trip to Russia in 2015, the leaders of the House of Representatives oversi
President Donald Trump, who took office in January, spent much of his campaign blasting the NAFTA agreement and stating that he would renegotiate it to get a better deal.
Members of Kyiv City Council have adopted amendments to the city budget for 2017, allocating among other things almost Hr 25 million for the holding of the Eurovision 2017 song contest, including Hr 1
The level of confidence in the Ukrainian police grew from 39 percent to 44 percent over the past six months. Chairman of the National Police of Ukraine Serhiy Kniazev said this during the meeting at t
WASHINGTON (AP) — The panel that approves media credentials to cover Congress has declined to grant permanent credentials to Breitbart News Network, LLC. The Standing Committee of Correspondents vote
WASHINGTON (AP) — A senior Republican senator emerged from a dinner with Donald Trump confident the president will not allow North Korea to build a nuclear-tipped missile capable of striking the Unit
BERLIN/JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu canceled talks on Tuesday with Germany's visiting foreign minister, snubbing Sigmar Gabriel over his decision to meet groups critical of
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The head of a Budapest university pressured by Prime Minister Viktor Orban appealed to Brussels for help on Tuesday, a day before European Union lawmakers were to discuss concerns
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexico would take legal steps against any measures in a U.S. tax overhaul that violate World Trade Organization (WTO) rules, foreign minister Luis Videgaray said on Tuesday.
DALLAS (AP) — The number of police officers serving Dallas has fallen to its lowest level in about a decade while the department also is falling short of its goal for new hires, the interim police ch
MANASSAS, Virginia (AP) — Education Secretary Betsy DeVos has stressed the need to help the children of military families transition into new schools as their parents change assignments. DeVos chose
CARACAS (Reuters) - A man was shot dead on Tuesday at a political demonstration in Venezuela's western state of Lara, bringing to 26 the number of deaths since protests against the socialist governmen
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — An 11-member commission of prominent Oklahomans that’s been conducting a comprehensive review of Oklahoma’s use of the death penalty is expected to release its findin
MONTPELIER, Vt. — Wildlife experts from Vermont and New Hampshire are finding more starving bear cubs than usual, and experts are blaming an increase in births a year ago and a food shortage in the f
French presidential favorite Emmanuel Macron came under fire from both potential allies and his run-off rival Marine Le Pen Tuesday for acting as if victory next month was already in the bag.
Wuttisan Wongtalay, 20, filmed the murder of his 11-month-old on the rooftop of a hotel before killing himself.
ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — The owner of a gay Florida nightclub that was the site of the worst mass shooting in recent U.S. history wants to build a memorial on the club’s property. Barbara Poma owns
A 23-year-old man was killed with a shotgun in overnight protests in Venezuela, prosecutors said Tuesday, the 25th person to die this month in unrest sparked by a political crisis.
Students see live-streaming video of classrooms as an intrusion, prompting a debate in China about privacy, educational ethics and helicopter parenting.
BOSTON (AP) — Lawyers for former NFL star Aaron Hernandez are formally asking that his first-degree murder conviction be dismissed in Massachusetts now that he has died. A spokesman for the Bristol d
LOS ANGELES - The driver of a stolen car who led police on a high-speed pursuit across southeast Los Angeles County on Tuesday morning was fatally shot by police after ...
LONDON (AP) — Drake was the world’s most popular recording artist in 2016, as the growth of music streaming gave global music sales their biggest boost in 20 years. The International Federation
Representative Jason Chaffetz, chairman of the House oversight committee, said Michael T. Flynn also appeared to have inappropriately accepted funds without permission.
ABIDJAN (Reuters) - A group called the Imam Shamil Battalion has claimed responsibility for a metro bombing in the Russian city of St. Petersburg that killed 16 people and said the bomber was acting o
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — A 1,050-gallon oil pipeline spill in western North Dakota polluted a tributary of the Little Missouri River but was prevented from flowing into the larger waterway by its fast-m
US president Donald Trump's former national security adviser, Michael Flynn, appeared to break US law when he failed to seek permission or inform the government about accepting tens of thousands of do