While the Trump administration sends humanitarian aid to Venezuela and ratchets up its rhetoric against Nicolas Maduro's regime, a growing group of Venezuelans who've fled to the United States are finding themselves in legal limbo and calling on Congress for help.
The United States is beginning to prep allies for a spring rollout of its plan for Middle East peace, with President Donald Trump's senior adviser and son-in-law, Jared Kushner, outlining the timing and methodology of the plan at the Middle East security conference in Warsaw, Poland.
CNN's Chris Cuomo and Don Lemon question why Republicans spent years calling out President Obama for using executive action but are mostly supportive of President Trump doing the same thing.
Former Vice President Joe Biden on Saturday will return to a familiar place on the world stage, delivering remarks at an annual gathering of political leaders and security experts in Munich, Germany, as he draws closer to a decision about whether to run for president in 2020.
India is just months away from general elections, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party facing what looks like an increasingly close contest.
Payless is the latest retail chain to close up shop in the United States.
Prosecutors said for the first time that they have evidence of Roger Stone communicating with WikiLeaks, according to a new court filing from special counsel prosecutors.
Nigeria's presidential and national assembly elections have been delayed by one week and will now take place on Saturday, February 23, authorities said.
The arrest of Maria Ressa, a Time Person of the Year, award-winning journalist and frequent critic of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, has renewed fears for the future of press freedom in the southeast Asian nation and around the region.
Instead of unifying its allies under a common cause, the Trump administration only highlighted the growing rift between the US and Europe during a conference in Warsaw, Poland, this week on Middle East security, writes Frida Ghitis.
We're ending the week on a high note: The government isn't going to shut down tonight!
A suicide bomber drove a vehicle filled with explosives into an Indian paramilitary convoy in Pulwama, in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir, on February 14. The death toll is at least 40, making it the largest attack in Kashmir in three decades. A Pakistan-based terrorist group, Jaish-e-Muhammad, claimed responsibility through a video released shortly after.
With the shock election of anti-globalist Donald Trump to the US presidency still fresh in their minds, international leaders watched with anticipation as Chinese President Xi Jinping stepped up to the podium at Davos in January 2017.
More than 100 tourists stranded in Haiti will be sent home on a rescue flight, after their travels were disrupted by violent anti-government protests in the Caribbean country.
The suspected shooter in Aurora, Illinois, has been apprehended and police officers and civilians are among the people hurt in a shooting at a manufacturing business, officials said Friday.
The Zwicky Transient Facility, a new instrument that scans the sky for transient events and alerts astronomers when they occur, has made incredible contributions to the astronomical community during its first year of use, writes Don Lincoln
President Donald Trump is well aware that his national emergency declaration will face legal challenges, but he's moving forward anyway.
When 2019 started, California's snowpack was at 67%. Now it's at over 136% and rising.
President Donald Trump on Friday signed a national emergency declaration to address "an invasion of our country with drugs, with human traffickers, with all types of criminals and gangs." He also spoke about a wide variety of issues, including trade with China and the national debt.