The field of Republican presidential candidates is down to six, as the remaining contenders prepare for another debate and the South Carolina primary election.
Christine Lagarde will face many challenges during her second term, including a decision over another Greek bailout program.
Russia Stands Firm On Syria Strategy After US Criticizes Kremlin For Hitting Opposition Instead Of ISIS
Diplomats meeting in Munich Thursday are hoping to revive stalled Syrian peace talks as Russia and the U.S. continue to exchange harsh words.
The first all-female anchor duo in American broadcast history will moderate Thursday's Democratic presidential debate.
Bulgaria, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania and Poland could all see an addition of up to 1,000 troops, as NATO attempts to deter Russian aggression in the region.
Russia's 2002 application to the U.N. to widen its control of the polar region was rejected, but now the Kremlin is trying again.
The Islamic State group has recruited thousands of people from Russia and its neighbors.
Ukraine Economic Crisis 2016: As IMF Loan Stalls, Young Politicians Struggle To Push Through Reforms
With the International Monetary Fund delaying its next tranche of aid to Ukraine, the country's young reformers face a growing political storm.
Mardi Gras in the U.S. dates back to 1699, with roots in European pagan and Catholic traditions.
After a tight race in Iowa, Sen. Bernie Sanders has a significant lead over Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire.
NATO reported increased Russian submarine activity with new technical capabilities and longer ranges in the North Atlantic.
Moldova Economic Crisis: How Banking Scandal, Political Corruption Led To Protests In Europe's Poorest Country
While major protests have abated, the economic crisis in the small ex-Soviet republic is just getting under way.
Retirees make up over 20 percent of Germany’s population, and their financial security and life experiences make them suitable volunteers.
The Polish government has argued the new law is needed due to the threat posed by terrorism.
Super Bowl 2016: Events, Map, Guide To San Francisco Bay Area's Ultimate NFL Experience Featuring Alicia Keys
Before the big game kicks off, the Bay Area has plenty of events and concerts to keep visitors busy.
The Turkish government accused Russian airstrikes of derailing the first peace talks held in two years about the war in Syria.
Election 2016 Polls: Before Fifth Democratic Debate, Where Do Candidates Hillary Clinton And Bernie Sanders Stand?
As the Democrats prepared for Thursday night's debate, polls showed the state's voters preferred the Vermont senator over Hillary Clinton.
Following the resignation of the country's economics minister, it remains unclear if Western partners will continue economic support tied to reforms.
In his resignation, Ukraine’s economy minister pointed to vested interests tied to the president and entrenched corruption.
In a speech Tuesday, U.S. Defense Secretary Ashton Carter previewed a $582 billion spending plan for fiscal 2017 that will be detailed next week.
The country’s Labor Ministry predicted that unemployment will hit 6 percent this year, as sanctions and the low price of oil take their toll.
EU Refugee Crisis: Weapons Used At Borders? German Politician Blasted For Supporting Shooting Some Asylum Seekers
Another million refugees are expected to enter Europe in 2016 as right-wing parties continue to gain support in Germany and elsewhere.
The Iowa caucus results will serve as important indicators as candidates shift their attention to New Hampshire and South Carolina.
While the economic woes of China and Russia have captured much of the world’s attention, neighboring Kazakhstan has faced its own growing crisis.
With an expanded Northern Fleet and four new bases completed last year, Russia is causing concerns among its neighbors in the Arctic.
If all goes according to plan, businessman Donald Trump will appear at the next debate in New Hampshire.
Fox News GOP Debate Live Stream: Watch Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, Other GOP Republican Candidates In Free Broadcast
Thursday's debate will see Sen. Marco Rubio and Sen. Ted Cruz center stage in the Donald Trump-free event.
Experts are questioning whether there’s room for concessions to be made to find a political solution to the war in Syria.
The International Criminal Court has launched its first case outside of the continent after being accused of focusing only on Africa.
With Donald Trump sitting out, other Republican presidential hopefuls may get more speaking time at Thursday's event in Iowa.