The British government says a long-delayed report on the U.K.’s involvement in the Iraq war will be published July 6, seven years after the inquiry began.
Homeland security officials are releasing an invisible, odorless, harmless gas into part of New York City’s subway system as part of a test of how air moves through the tunnels and platforms.
The acting speaker of the lower house of Brazil’s Congress has annulled last month’s vote on impeachment, delaying the process against embattled President Dilma Rousseff.
A Congolese opposition candidate has been summoned to court in the city of Lubumbashi as Human Rights Watch denounces the arrests of his supporters.
German police say they have identified at least four women who survived abuse in the home of a couple suspected of killing two other women.
Border officials have broken up a ring of international human traffickers who allegedly smuggled migrants into the country from Russia across the European Union’s two northernmost border points in Arctic Finland, a Finnish Border Guard investigator sai…
A judge in Mexico ruled that the convicted drug kingpin Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman can be extradited to the United States, Mexican court officials announced Monday.
Kenyan police have tear-gassed opposition leaders and hundreds of their supporters who were holding protests demanding the disbandment of the electoral authority because of alleged bias and corruption.
Authorities say a rescue team has found the body of an Arizona State University professor who had been reported missing from a northern Arizona campground.
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The American Civil Liberties Union of Mississippi is suing the state over a law that will allow workers to cite their own religious objections to same-sex marriage to deny services to people.
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Turkey’s president says membership in the European Union is one of Turkey’s strategic goals and hopes visa-free travel will bring the country closer to achieving that.
University of Missouri graduate student Jonathan Butler grabbed national headlines last fall after embarking on a seven-day hunger strike that led to the ousting of the University of Missouri’s president and chancellor. Since then, he’s gone on a speaking tour, represented by celebrity talent booker All American Speakers.
A U.S. breeder of Arabian horses says he is shunning a well-regarded auction in Poland this year because the experienced heads of stud farms that have held the event for decades have been sacked.
A Scottish man who jumped for his life with other tourists off a burning cruise ship in Vietnam — in an incident caught on video — said Sunday the scene was “just chaos.”
The Department of Homeland Security is releasing gas in the New York subway system several days this week – but officials say commuters have no reason to be alarmed.
Israel is defending a program to bring Jordanian day workers into its tourism industry against heavy criticism in Jordan.
A woman believed to be Pennsylvania’s oldest resident has died at the age of 113.