Election 2016 Polls: Before Seventh GOP Debate, Where Do The Candidates Stand?
Donald Trump remains the front-runner, but undecided voters could prove the polls wrong in the coming days.
Russia Grounds 'Backbone' Of Its Defense Sector After MiG-31 Crash
An investigation is ongoing into the crash of a MiG-31 over Siberia as Russia grounds the remainder of its signature interceptor fleet.
Russia And Ukraine Again Rank As Most Corrupt Nations In Eastern Europe
The two countries rank as the most corrupt nations in Eastern Europe, a transparency watchdog organization says.
Ukraine, Poland And Lithuania Create Military Brigade Amid Russian Regional Aggression
With Western officials hinting that economic sanctions against Russia could be lifted, Eastern European states are working to increase their military defenses.
Election 2016: Hillary Clinton And Marco Rubio Receive Endorsements Ahead Of Iowa Caucus
Republican candidate Donald Trump and Democratic Sen. Bernie Sanders lead the polls heading into the Iowa caucuses.
Syria Peace Talks: Suspected Russian Airstrikes Hit Civilians Ahead Of Geneva Negotiations
In advance of the next round of peace talks, U.S. authorities say they are ready to find a military solution to the problem posed by the Islamic State group in Syria.
Russia Looks To Oil Hedging, Social Security Cuts To Shore Up Economy Amid Tanking Ruble
The Kremlin is eyeing the possibility of oil hedging and a social security program cut as the economy continues to be battered.
Yemen Crisis: UN Calls For Unlimited Access To Besieged City Of Taiz Amid Humanitarian Crisis
The United Nations calls on combatants in Yemen to avoid targeting civilian infrastructure amid a worsening of the humanitarian crisis there.
How Popular Is Vladimir Putin? Over A Quarter Of Russians Fear Answering Polls Honestly
Is the Russian president loved or feared by the country's people? It's hard to tell from survey data.
Moldova Elections Protests Enter Third Day After New Government Secretly Sworn In
A big corruption scandal plus secret political moves drove protesters to the streets in Moldova as the Kremlin watched.
Europe Refugee Crisis: Germany Debates Housing In Airports And Cemeteries As Possible Solutions
As local municipalities look for creative solutions to housing refugees, world leaders debate how Europe should move forward.
After Litvinenko, Why Europe Won't Stop Putin From Killing His Enemies Abroad
Marina Litvinenko, widow of a former Russian spy, might not get the answers she seeks from the British government about her husband's death.
Russia Alcohol Imports Down Amid Plunging Oil Prices And Sliding Ruble Value
Russians are consuming less alcohol, with prices of imported favorites like whiskey likely to increase.
Is Putin A Murderer? Russian Spy Death Is The Latest Sign The Kremlin Is Killing Its Enemies, Critics Claim
The murder of former Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko shows a much larger pattern of intimidation and deaths under President Vladimir Putin.
Germany Changing Its Refugee Policy? President's Remarks At Davos Hint At Major Change
Germany's president used his spotlight at the World Economic Forum to put additional pressure on Chancellor Angela Merkel's open-arms refugee policy.
Russia-Ukraine Trade War Update: Economic Embargo Has 70 More Products Added To List
The decision Wednesday comes just after French and German diplomats met with Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko in an effort to end the conflict.
EU Refugee Crisis: Schengen Zone Could Fail Within Two Months, European Council President Warns
Over 30,000 refugees have arrived in Greece so far this month as pressure continues to mount against German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
Where Are The Women At Davos? Only 18 Percent Female Participants For 2016 World Economic Forum
The number of female attendees at the global economic forum has been inching up over the past few years but still isn’t even close to half.
Amid Russian Aggression, Germany Calls For Russia-NATO Talks And Poland Asks For More Troops
Russian President Vladimir Putin has accused the alliance of encroaching on the Kremlin’s sphere of influence.
Russia Economy 2016 Update: Moscow’s Once-Hot Real Estate Market Feels Oil Price Slump
The International Monetary Fund has predicted Russia’s economy will contract by 1 percent in 2016.
When Is The Next Presidential Debate? Donald Trump, Ted Cruz To Spar In Iowa Before Caucus
The GOP U.S. presidential candidates will have one final opportunity to impress voters ahead of Iowa’s caucuses.
‘I Have A Dream’ Martin Luther King Jr. Speech: Watch, Read Full Transcript Of MLK’s Historic Address Here [VIDEO]
As Americans celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day, a look back at one of his most famous speeches.
Election 2016 Polls: Before Fourth Democratic Debate, Where Do The Candidates Stand?
The Democratic race has gotten tighter in recent weeks with Sanders closing the gap.
Who Is Lester Holt? NBC Democratic Debate Moderator Will Host Fourth Presidential Debate
Democratic presidential debate moderator Lester Holt faces the challenge of drawing in viewers during Sunday prime time.
Will A Woman Finally Lead The United Nations? The 2016 Secretary-General Election Could Make History
Experts hope conflict prevention will be atop the international agenda in the event a woman is elected to lead the United Nations.
Ebola Outbreak Ended? Sierra Leone Death Shows ‘Flare-Up’ Cases Possible After WHO Declared Epidemic Over
The Ebola epidemic is not quite over, with a new case emerging Friday and the World Health Organization warning more cases could occur.
Indonesia Terror Attack: Why Did ISIS Target Jakarta?
After a coordinated attack in Jakarta, the Islamic State group will have a hard time winning support in the world’s most populous Muslim nation.
South China Sea Dispute Update: Japan Expanding Aircraft Patrols Of Contested Waters Amid China Tensions
Japanese aircraft returning from piracy flights around Somalia will also monitor China’s expanding presence in the contested waters.
Powerball Drawing Live Stream 2016: Time, Channel And How To Watch The $1.5 Billion Drawing
The chances of winning the biggest jackpot in U.S. history are slim, but that's not stopping people from purchasing $2 tickets.
How To Become A Billionaire In Russia? Marry Into President Putin's Family
As the Russian economy struggles, Russian President Vladimir Putin's inner circle continues to make gains.