Holocaust Survivor Stories In 2015: In Poland, The Fight To Get Their Property Back
Seventy-five years after the Warsaw Ghetto was established and property was confiscated from Polish Jews, Holocaust survivors and their families are fighting for what was theirs.
EU Refugee Crisis In Germany: Merkel Defends Open-Arms Policy Amid Criticism
Ahead of the G20 meeting in Turkey, Germany's leader defended the policy as criticism mounted from members of her own party.
Russia Plane Crash Update: Egypt Sending Metrojet Flight 9268 Black Box Abroad For Sound Analysis
Egyptian officials said they did not have the necessary equipment to analyze the sound heard on a black box recording before the crash of Metrojet flight 9268.
New ISIS Video: Islamic State Says 'Blood Will Spill' In Russia In New Propaganda Campaign
The Russian government said it would investigate a video released by ISIS Thursday threatening its people with terror attacks and enslavement.
Ukraine Same-Sex Marriage Law? Bill Bans Anti-Gay Discrimination, Paving Way To Visa-Free EU Travel
After passing a bill to ban anti-LGBT workplace discrimination, Ukrainian lawmakers were quick to note it would not lead to same-sex marriage.
Russia-Ukraine Conflict Update: Electricity Latest Economic Battleground
Following the countries' mutual banning of flights, the move to suspend electricity imports is Ukraine's latest front in its struggle to untangle its economy from Russia's.
US Military Weapons To Finland, France, UK? Russia Says Its A 'Nonexistent' Threat To Europe Amid $880M Proposed Sale
The U.S. has proposed $880 million in arms sales to Europe, whose nations have increased military budgets and called for greater NATO support since Russia’s annexation of Crimea.
Veterans Day 2015: 5 Events In Washington, DC Honoring US Servicemen And Women
The nation's capital honors servicemen and women with several tribute events this Veterans Day.
Portugal Government Pushed Out Over Austerity Policies By Socialist And Left Parties
Portugal's shortest-lived government was voted out Tuesday by an alliance of left parties and the Socialist Party.
EU Refugee Crisis In Denmark: 11,000 Asylum Seekers Arrive In 1 Week
As temperatures drop, Sweden has said it is running out of room to shelter refugees and is telling people to consider going back to Denmark.
Who Are The Fox Business Network Republican Debate Moderators? Maria Bartiromo, Neil Cavuto And Gerard Baker Oversee Fourth GOP Presidential Debate
Veteran financial journalists Maria Bartiromo, Neil Cavuto and Gerard Baker will moderate the debate focused on the economy.
What Is Diwali 2015? The Festival of Light Celebrates Good Defeating Evil
Everything you need to know about the festival of light and how it's celebrated all around the world.
Amid Killer Whale Backlash, SeaWorld San Diego To Phase Out Orca Shows
With pressure mounting since a 2013 documentary film, operators of the parks announced Monday they would phase out orca shows at the San Diego location.
Russia-Iran Weapons Deal: S-300 Missile System Delivery Worries Israel
The contract comes amid increased tension in the region, with Israel fearful of Iran's potential ability to acquire nuclear weapons.
Amid ISIS Metrojet Claim, Russia Fears Increased Domestic Terror Attacks Inspired By Islamic State
The Russian government says it has identified individuals financing international terrorism in 77 out of 85 of its regions.
After Russia Suspends Flights To Egypt, What Will Happen To Egyptian Tourism Sector?
More tourists visit Egypt from Russia than from any other nation. So the cancellation of Russian flights to Egypt could hit its economy hard.
Putin Suspends Flights To Egypt Amid Russia Plane Crash Probe
The Kremlin's action comes as U.S. and U.K. authorities focus on the potential of a terrorist attack in the downing of Metrojet Flight 9268.
Russian Plane Crash Charlie Hebdo Cartoon Is 'Blasphemy,' Russia Says Over Magazine's Latest Edition
The cartoons in the latest issue of satirical French magazine Charlie Hebdo have hit a nerve in Russia with criticism of the country's airstrikes in Syria linked with the crash of Metrojet Flight 9268.
Amid Regional Tension, NATO Must 'Overcome' Russia's Military Buildup, Says Alliance Head
It's time for the Western military alliance to renegotiate terms of a Cold War-era agreement over military exercises in Europe, the organization's leader said Thursday.
After Russian Plane Crash, Airspace, Flight Routes For Airlines Flying In The Region Called Into Question
The crashes of Metrojet 9268 and Malaysia Airlines MH17 have raised questions about aviation safety and how states and airlines make decisions over which routes to fly.
Denmark's Biggest Threats? Russia, The Islamic State And Cyberattacks, New Report Finds
While Denmark's intelligence service doubts Russia has plans for a military confrontation with Copenhagen or NATO, it still listed the Kremlin in its latest national security risk assessment.
Who Is The World's Most Powerful Person? Russia's Vladimir Putin Tops New Forbes List
For the third year in a row, the Russian president ranked No. 1 on the business magazine's list of influential world figures.
South Sudan Plane Crash Update: Lax Safety Standards Suspected For Soviet-Era Aircraft That Left Dozens Dead
An overcrowded plane, paired with lax safety standards, likely contributed to the crash of a Soviet-era plane in South Sudan Wednesday.
Amid Russia's 'Aggressive Posturing,' Calls For Greater NATO Presence In Central And Eastern Europe Increase
Russia's actions in Ukraine and continued aggression in Europe has lead to nine central and eastern European states to call for greater NATO presence.
Romania's Prime Minister Victor Ponta Resigns Amid Protests Over Deadly Nightclub Fire
With shouts of "shame on you" and banners reading "corruption kills," Romanian protesters forced the resignation of Prime Minister Victor Ponta after a nightclub fire left 32 people dead.
Russia Plane Crash Update: Islamic State Did Not Down Plane, Says Egypt's President
Investigators in Egypt have said there is no proof Russian passenger jet broke up in midair as the investigation into the crash continued Tuesday.
Amid Regional Tension, Russia Fears Prompt Czech Republic To Modernize Defense Forces
The Czech Republic said it would add armored personnel carriers and technology to prevent electronic attacks as part of a military modernization spurred in part by Russian actions in the region.
New York City Marathon 2015: Route Map, Start Time, Live Stream, Street Closures And More
With 50,000-plus participants in 2014 and even more expected in 2015, the event Sunday will be the world's largest marathon.
Russia Forces US Military Intelligence Refocus With Actions In Syria And Ukraine, US Official Says
Russia isn't the "partner we thought we had,” the head of United States' command in Europe said Friday.
Will Denmark Give Edward Snowden Asylum? Politicians Call For Vote In Parliament
A number of Danish politicians are pushing to offer asylum to the former U.S. intelligence worker.