The White House just can't get its story straight about why President Trump decided to fire FBI Director James Comey.
The heavy presence of armed guards at a nondescript building on the outskirts of Nigeria's capital is the only clue of its elusive residents -- the Chibok girls, many of whom are now young women.
Andrew McCabe, the man who stepped into FBI Director James Comey's shoes when he was fired by Donald Trump, will get a public baptism of fire Thursday.
Most heads of state exist in suits and live a sedentary life, but Vladimir Putin is not most heads of state.
The election of South Korea's new president, Moon Jae-in, has given fresh hope of a thawing in relations with China, which have recently been strained due to the deployment of a controversial missile defence system in South Korea.
The advice from doctors is clear: Don't use cotton swabs to clean your ears.
Ukrainians rolled out the red carpet near the country's parliament on Sunday for performers from 42 countries in an opening ceremony complete with all the theatrics one would except from the Eurovision Song Contest.
New South Korean President Moon Jae-in has cast doubt on a landmark deal with Japan over wartime sex slaves.
The world's most popular drink (after water) is under threat.
You may have seen the news that the human lifespan cannot be extended beyond about 115 years, as shown by a demographic analysis confirming that the steady improvements in lifespan seen for many populations over recent decades has stalled since the 1990s.
Rahel Musa Aron was just 7 days old when the elders of her community in the African nation of Eritrea performed a centuries-old ritual on her tiny body, cutting off her clitoris and burying it.
At least 24 people were killed in India when a wall collapsed onto wedding guests Wednesday evening, police say.
US President Donald Trump will meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin in July as part of the G20 summit in Hamburg, Russian state media said Thursday.
The CIA has established a Korea Mission Center to address "the nuclear and ballistic missile threat posed by" North Korea and its unpredictable leader, the US intelligence agency announced Wednesday.
Eight years ago, early in the Obama presidency, I was sitting with a group of conservative students in the cafeteria of a liberal Ivy League college. I was the only non-American among them. One of the campus liberals approached us to pick a fight: She was agitating for the new Democratic administration to pursue a case for war crimes against former President George W. Bush.