{FD} AP Explains: Who is Salahuddin, rebel named terrorist by US?

Hours before the United States designated Kashmir rebel leader Syed Salahuddin a global terrorist, he appeared in a video calling for strikes in the Himalayan territory in remembrance of another rebel leader whose killing by Indian forces last July triggered months of deadly protests.

{FD} The Latest: May calls for major investigation of cladding

The Latest on the deadly tower block fire in London (all times local): 12:50 p.m. British Prime Minister Theresa May has told her Cabinet that "a major national investigation" should take place into the use of cladding panels fitted onto buildings across the country.

{FD} ‘Activity’ seen at Syrian base where chemical attack originated, defense officials say

The Pentagon is seeing new “activity” at a Syrian aircraft hangar where a previous chemical weapons attack on civilians is believed to have originated, multiple defense officials told Fox News, and that action prompted Monday night's White House warning to President Bashar Assad.

{FD} Mattis: US arms for Syrian Kurds will continue after Raqqa

U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said Tuesday that America will continue to provide weapons to Syrian Kurdish fighters after the battle to oust Islamic State militants from Raqqa, Syria, is over.

{FD} Corruption charge increases pressure on Brazil’s president

In a scathing 64-page indictment, Brazil's top prosecutor described a scheming, arrogant and corrupt President Michel Temer who lined his pockets with illegal money while showing little regard for the office he represented.

{FD} Missing California kayaker drowned holding daughter above head for jet ski rescue

The U.S. Coast Guard and sheriff's deputies say a 40-year-old father who went missing after his kayak flipped over was found dead, but only after he held up his daughter over his head so that a good Samaritan could swoop in on a jet ski and bring the girl to shore.

{FD} UAE military buildup draws scrutiny after Yemen allegations

With soccer sponsorships, record-setting skyscrapers and wintertime golfing, the United Arab Emirates has projected an image of comfort and opportunity in a volatile region.