Biden said he would not dismantle Trump-era tariffs right away, but work on improving policy with the help of U.S. allies.
A measure that would ban the import of good produced in forced-labor camps in China passed through the House of Representatives in September on a 406-to-3 vote.
Kushner headed to Riyadh with Brian Hook, President Trump’s former point man on Iran, in tow.
A joint statement with the White House outlines steps toward Sudan's new friendship with Israel.
Rival factions in Libya sign permanent cease-fire agreement, though the road ahead will be difficult.
Human Rights Watch says only an independent panel can uncover the details surrounding the tragic explosion in Beirut in August.
Citing "credible reports," the U.S. government warned of threats to U.S. and foreign nationals in Turkey.
Ripple has targeted Japan as a primary target for relocation.
An investigation into the beheading of a French history teacher finds links to Islamic radicals in Syria.
Both U.S. intelligence and Google say that Iran is responsible for the messages, but not all Democrats are convinced
According to a new report, the personal data of a majority of U.S. voters has been hacked leading up to the presidential election.
A viral video appeared to show the woman raising her right arm in the air while she rode the bike.
A monthly report from the NOAA found the extent of ice coverage over the Arctic in September was near a record low, while average global temperatures posted new highs.
So far this year, 43 commercial airlines have collapsed, but the number would have been far worse without state support
The editor of a newspaper controlled by the Chinese government said Trump “paid the price” for downplaying the threat COVID-19.
The clashes between Armenia and Azerbaijan involve a labyrinthine intrigue for regional powers.
The EU has accused Ireland of providing Apple will illegal tax breaks in violation of EU laws
JPMorgan Chase has been embroiled in various criminal cases in recent years
The Arab states in the Gulf already have close strategic military ties with the U.S.
Some of the most well-known banks in the world have been transferring huge amounts of cash for mobsters, fraudsters, criminals, drug dealers and oligarchs.