With the world’s attention focused on the Middle East and Europe, the leaders of small island countries have pointed to a separate burgeoning refugee crisis.
With the governor's signing of a set of bills, the state's medical marijuana industry will become regulated.
Norway plans to boost its defense budget for 2016 because of fears prompted by Russian actions in the Arctic region and Europe.
A German politician has threatened to take the government to court over Chancellor Angela Merkel's open-door refugee policy.
Two women known only as Jane Doe 1 and 2 have filed a lawsuit against ride-hailing service Uber over sexual assault.
As Russia continues its airstrikes in Syria, U.S. ally Saudi Arabia has several options for leverage against Moscow.
More than 2,000 soldiers have died in Ukraine, and suicide was the leading cause of deaths outside battle.
As Russia continues its airstrikes in Syria, some Iraqis have welcomed this move against the Islamic State group.
A group controlled by the billionaire Koch brothers said Wednesday that it will support the former Hewlett-Packard CEO's presidential campaign.
A proposed ballot initiative would cap state payments for drug purchases.
In a birthday photo opportunity, Russian President Vladmir Putin played ice hockey while airstrikes continued in Syria.
The conflict in Ukraine has become a prime issue in Canada's upcoming election as politicians court the country's 1.3 million Ukrainian-Canadians.
NATO’s Allied Joint Force commander in Italy called Russia the most dangerous threat to Europe as the country increases its naval reach.
In a YouTube video, a former Ukrainian minister has launched a campaign to have his named removed from the EU's list of sanctioned individuals.
With the passage of a draft law, Ukraine's parliament welcomed foreigners to officially serve in the civil war in the east.
Many OPEC members have had deficits this year trying to compete with the United States' share of the oil market.
Russian media have refocused their energy from coverage of Ukraine to airstrikes in Syria and criticism of the U.S.
The war in eastern Ukraine and a poor global economic environment could see the country's GDP fall by 12 percent this year.
The Ukrainian military began pulling back light artillery from the frontline Monday in the hopes of ending a conflict that has resulted in the deaths of over 8,000.
Monitors said they saw the new, deadly weaponry system in eastern Ukraine as Russian and Ukrainian leaders met Friday in Paris to discuss a solution to the conflict.
Officials estimated that approximately 500 refugees were entering the German city of Hamburg on a daily basis.
With increased Russian military activity in the Arctic, NATO member Norway reacted Thursday to a perceived threat.
The cost of the warring countries' mutual airline bans will be "in the tens, if not hundreds of millions, of U.S. dollars,” says one expert.
With Russian airstrikes in Syria, low oil prices and sanctions, Russian businesses are holding back on construction and expansion plans.
The court’s ruling was likely to again raise debates over the classification of refugees versus economic migrants.
Most Russians don't want their government to admit the Donetsk and Luhansk People's Republics into the Russian Federation, a poll says.
Israel said it received advanced notice of Russia's first airstrikes in Syria Wednesday as Western leaders worried about the areas targeted.
The country's president used his address at the United Nations General Assembly to call for international support in opposition to Russia.
China's Communist Party has launched a new push to increase the number of party members and has targeted nongovernmental organizations and trade unions.
In addition to China’s economic slowdown, Goldman Sachs also cited declining global oil prices for the downward projection in its revised prediction.