Meeting Vladimir Putin in Asia is the presidential thing for Donald Trump to do. The White House and the Kremlin have indicated the two will meet later this week.
Britain's Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson is facing growing criticism in the wake of a potentially catastrophic error which could lead to a British-Iranian woman having her jail sentence doubled.
Ten people have been arrested after a joint anti-terror operation by French and Swiss police, CNN affiliate BFMTV reported Tuesday.
South Korean golf sensation Park Sung-hyun has become the first ever LPGA Tour rookie to top the world rankings.
The sun is setting on the planet's most recognizable jetliner.
Soichi Hashimoto could have stayed away from the Rio Olympics.
There were scarcely any hints of the tumultuous years that would follow the swearing-in of Dr. John Pombe Magufuli on 5th November 2015 as Tanzania's fifth president. After all, his Chama cha Mapinduzi (CCM) party had been in power for decades, and his victory seemed to herald continuity with the past.
President Donald Trump said Tuesday "there would have been no difference three days ago" in the deadly Texas shooting if an extreme vetting policy for gun ownership had been in place.
Smell is a primary human sense, key to our survival.
President Donald Trump stressed the urgency of curbing North Korea's advances in its nuclear and ballistic missile capabilities on Tuesday alongside South Korean President Moon Jae-in.
Gunmen stormed a television station in Kabul Tuesday, opening fire on workers and engaging in a firefight with security forces.
In the 1920s, French art collector Pierre Vérité began building -- almost in secret -- one of the world's most impressive stashes of African and Oceanic masterpieces.
The family of one of the Texas church mass shooting victims, 16-year-old Haley Krueger, speaks to CNN's Anderson Cooper. A GoFundMe page has been set up to help the teen and her family.
Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe has fired his longtime ally and vice president, potentially clearing the way for his wife, Grace Mugabe, to take the role and eventually succeed her 93-year-old husband.
Carter Page's six-plus hours of testimony before the House intelligence committee makes clear senior members of the Trump campaign were aware of the former Trump foreign policy adviser's July 2016 trip to Russia -- and Page may have had interactions with more Russian government officials beyond what he's previously acknowledged, according to a transcript of the interview released Monday night.