"Trump did not ask us to keep U.S. troops to watch Iran," says Iraqi president. "He didn't ask permission from Congress either," says one observer.
Two Massachusetts firefighters were injured in a fire at a fire station after a fire truck caught fire early Wednesday.
The Senate and the House of Representatives are on the clock facing an extremely tight deadline to resolve their differences over the proposed P3.7 trillion national budget. by Tony F. Katigbak
Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei has told the BBC: "there's no way the US can crush us. If the lights go out in the West, the East will still shine." But can he convince the rest of the world that his company is truly independent of its strongest supporter, the Chinese state?
The South Korean president is a public supporter of Trump's North Korea policy. Japan's prime minister? Not so much.
An extreme concentration of wealth in a city where even the air is for sale has produced a new breed of needle-like tower. By Oliver Wainwright
The U.S.-China trade war and #MeToo were among the most controversial posts on China's WeChat app, according to new research
Mobile phone footage captured near Cardinal Wiseman Catholic School in the Kingstanding area of Birmingham yesterday shows a female pupil being kicked and punched to the ground.
It’s been 40 years since Iranians came together to topple the Shah. Stirrings of opposition became apparent in 1975. The Shah, Mohammed Reza Pahlavi, who had been reinstalled in 1953 after the CIA helped overthrow democratically elected Prime Minister Mohammad Mossadegh, used tough and sometimes
The Swabian producer had said the tainted meat posed no health risk because restaurants would thoroughly cook it before serving. The court in southern Germany struck down a lower court ruling.
World Cup 2022 hosts Qatar win their first ever Asian Cup with a 3-1 victory over four-time winners Japan.
Eli Smit, a 17-year-old from Auckland, New Zealand, told her mother her ear was hurting and she was then taken to the doctor.
Worry about US-South Korea grows ahead of second Trump-Kim summit
Venezuela's power struggle is set to convert into a battle of the bands Friday when musicians demanding Nicolas Maduro allow in humanitarian aid and those supporting the embattled leader's refusal sing in rival concerts on both sides of a border bridge
China, Australia's biggest trading partner, has banned Australian coal from being loaded at its Dalian port, after Huawei was banned from installed the next generation 5G mobile network.
In the 2 1/2 months since Cuba gave its citizens internet access via cellphones, fast-moving changes are subtle but palpable as Cubans challenge government officials online, post photos of filthy school bathrooms and drag the country into the digital age
AP PHOTOS: Venezuelan families claim police targeting government foes in killings, soccer tournament draws thousands in Brazil's Amazon, Mexicans find new Monarch butterfly colony in national reserve
Bill readied amid concerns over impact on agriculture, food processing and transport
A Queensland snake catcher has shared a video on Facebook of a distressed small snake writhing around in a plastic box.The snake had to be euthanized after it was sprayed with Mortein.
The unmanned robotic capsule, called Beresheet, will land on the moon in mid-April
The father of the Alabama woman who joined ISIS is suing the Trump administration over her US citizenship and seeking her return.
New Zealand takes a dim view of deporting people who moved to Australia as children, Ardern says