Japan, the only country to have suffered atomic bomb attacks, has repeatedly called for a global ban on nuclear weapons.
The Congressional Hispanic Caucus BOLD PAC (CHC BOLD PAC), the fundraising arm of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus, is spending big on resorts, restaurants, and nightclubs this year, mainly in Las Vegas, Federal Election Commission filings show.
Thousands of Polish and NATO troops have launched major defensive exercises in Poland's north amid security concerns raised by war games recently held by neighboring Russia and Belarus.
Fans have long wondered if Jerry Seinfeld will eventually hop on the revival bandwagon and bring back the Emmy Award-winning NBC sitcom.
Iran's supreme leader says U.S. President Donald Trump's "cheap, ugly, foolish and unreal" remarks before the U.N. General Assembly earlier this week were a sign of desperation.
Maria leaves Puerto Rico in rubble as storm heads for Dominican Republic
Egypt's Cabinet has proposed an amendment to the law regulating conditions for the withdrawal of acquired citizenship to include those convicted of crimes related to harming state security.
British authorities have arrested a sixth person in connection with last week's London terror attack that left at least 30 people injured following a partial bomb explosion on a train.
MSNBC host Lawrence O’Donnell apologized Wednesday for a curse-filled rant caught on tape.
A Swedish arms watchdog says the global number of nuclear warheads dropped last year, but it seems China, India, North Korea and Pakistan are expanding the size of their atomic arsenals.
Pope Francis is promising to respond with the "firmest measures possible" against priests who rape and molest children and says he'll hold accountable bishops and religious superiors who cover up for them.
Malaysian police say an annual beer festival has been axed due to information that militants were planning to sabotage the event.
Turkish media reports say members of two feuding crime gangs have clashed outside Istanbul's main courthouse.
The Standard & Poor's rating agency has cut China's credit rating, citing the country's rising debt load.
An Afghan official says that a Taliban attack has killed five policemen in the country's southern Zabul province.
Rescue workers in Mexico City were still trying Thursday to free survivors buried in the rubble of the Enrique Rebsamen school, where at least 25 children have died.
The Latest on Hurricane Maria (all times local): 5 a.m.
Torrential rains continued in Puerto Rico early Thursday as Hurricane Maria moved away from the island, after destroying hundreds of homes and knocking out power for most of its 3.4 million residents.
Hillary Clinton says there’s a "right-wing war on truth."
Can you believe it’s been 15 years since "Firefly" first graced our screens? It’s held up remarkably well since then, except for one thing.