Syria's largest oil field was seized from the Islamic State terror group on Sunday by the U.S.-led coalition, dealing another blow to the extremist group after the loss of its de-facto capital last week.
President Trump detailed his historic tax cut plans and praised Gen. John Kelly’s Thursday speech dismissing Florida Rep. Frederica Wilson’s suggestion that he was forced to make public statements to keep his job in an exclusive Fox News interview on Sunday.
The fate of Bowe Bergdahl rests in a judge's hands now that the Army sergeant has pleaded guilty to endangering his comrades by leaving his post in Afghanistan in 2009.
The Latest on the war in Syria (all times local): 4:30 p.m. Syrian activists say a veteran Syrian opposition member who has been campaigning for the release of Syrian detainees has himself been detained.
President Trump on Sunday turned his criticism of Democratic Rep. Frederica Wilson into a 2018 elections platform, saying the ‘wacky” congresswoman is disastrous for Democrats and to vote for Republicans.
An Egyptian criminal court has confirmed death sentences for 11 men and handed down life sentences to 14 others over charges including attempted murder of policemen.
A French official says an English woman has died in a rare boating accident on the Rhone River in southern France and four other people have been injured.
Regional officials in Ethiopia say 11 people were killed in clashes in the restive Oromia region as the country continues to experience anti-government protests that at times lead to ethnic violence.
Townspeople and farmers in the small Bavarian town of Warngau have donned traditional costumes for their annual procession in horse-drawn carriages to a local church in honor of St. Leonard, considered the patron saint of horses and livestock.
The Latest on autonomy referendums in Italy's two richest regions, Lombardy and Veneto (all times local): 1:40 p.m.
The Latest on Japan's parliamentary election (all times local): 8:40 p.m. Media projections indicate a disappointing showing for a new Japanese opposition party that briefly excited voters.
A rally in Malta to honor an anti-corruption reporter killed by a car bomb is uniting many of the island nation's squabbling politicians with one notable exception: Prime Minister Joseph Muscat, one of her chief targets.
The keen nose of a dog with the U.S. Customs and Border Protection discovered last week a stuffed animal in the back of a car was no play toy.
Exit polls indicate that Japanese voters have returned Prime Minster Shinzo Abe's ruling coalition to power in national elections on Sunday.
A diamond-mining town in Namibia that previously restricted visitors has opened to the public in hopes of boosting tourism and diversifying its economy.
ESPN anchor Jemele Hill said on Saturday she “deserved that suspension” from the sports network after she called for fans to boycott the NFL and called President Trump a “white supremacist” on Twitter, two days before she is set to return to work.
Using the most basic digital or smartphone camera, you can shoot thousands of photos, dump them onto a computer and then shoot thousands more. In seconds, you can edit a photo series in ways that would take days to develop in the darkroom. But our images are usually stored on our devices, often leaving duplicates to sort through.
U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is pressing Saudi Arabia and Iraq to form a united front to counter Iran's growing assertiveness in the Middle East.
The Los Angeles Dodgers and Houston Astros will battle for the 2017 World Series title beginning on Tuesday at Dodgers Stadium amid extreme heat.
Last week, in the southwest African nation of Namibia, one rhino fought back against poachers, injuring one.