House investigators will examine on Wednesday Russia's attempts to hack into state elections systems with former Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson before the House intelligence committee.
Six members of the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS resigned last week, owing to "a president who simply does not care," one member wrote in a Newsweek op-ed on Friday headlined "Trump doesn't care about HIV. We're outta here."
Rep. Jackie Speier claims President Donald Trump "always loves to create drama" and "absolutely" made up the claim that tape recordings of his conversation with former FBI director James Comey exist.
Britain's embattled Prime Minister Theresa May's attempt to lead a minority government starts in earnest Wednesday amid a backdrop of terror attacks and the fire at Grenfell Tower, one of the country's worst disasters for a generation.
It's so hot in the West that the scorching heat is breaking records, causing massive power outages and prompting flight cancellations.
Winning isn't everything in politics. It's the only thing.
Last week, actress Carrie Fisher's autopsy report contained a surprising detail: The Los Angeles medical examiner listed sleep apnea as a factor in the "Star Wars" actress' death.
The family of American college student Otto Warmbier objected to an autopsy, leaving the former North Korea detainee's official cause of death a mystery for the time being.
Singapore's Prime Minister Lee Hsein Loong is on the back foot.
When the world's most mysterious leader arrives for a parade, he steps out of a black Mercedes Benz and onto a red carpet.
In a surprising development that sent a disturbance throughout the "Star Wars" galaxy Tuesday night, the franchise's upcoming Han Solo prequel film lost its directors.
South Korea may be known for its sharp focus on the new, but architects -- and their increasingly sophisticated clients -- are looking to the past for inspiration.
One of the hottest destinations in Asia right now, Sri Lanka continues to make it onto an increasing number of international travelers' itineraries.
A Democratic congressman said Tuesday that recent military actions make it look like the United States is at war with Syria.
It's an international public relations disaster for China.