Russian President Vladimir Putin said weapons and military equipment exports had reached $4.6 billion in 2016.
Bernie Sanders Announcement Live Stream: Is Vermont Senator Finally Dropping Out? Hillary Clinton Endorsement Expected
While Sen. Bernie Sanders is expected to endorsement Hillary Clinton, it remains to be seen whether he will be an asset against Republican rival Donald Trump.
Robbers are using the popular new game Pokémon GO to lure players to remote locations.
Black Lives Matter Activists Continue Protests After Dallas Shooting, Philandro Castile And Alton Sterling Deaths
After another week of tragedy, activists across the U.S. are planning events to discuss police violence.
Micah X. Johnson was identified as one of the suspects in a shooting that left five police officers dead.
After a week of tragedies in the U.S., here are four ways to help and learn more.
Theresa May could be Britain's next prime minister if she beats Andrea Leadsom in a September ballot.
Russian Anti-Terrorism Law Signed Amid Business, Human Rights Outcry: How 'Big Brother' Is Watching Russia
New anti-terrorism laws in Russia will force communications operators to store metadata for three years and release it to security services when requested.
The U.S. trial of an alleged Mexican cartel leader could shed light on a dark period of deaths and disappearances in Mexico's drug war.
Russia A Threat To NATO? Ahead Of Warsaw Summit 2016 And Amid Russian Aggression, Latvia's Defense Minister Speaks Out
NATO officials are expected to approve the deployment of four battalions to Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland as they nervously watch Russian President Vladimir Putin’s recent actions.
Animal rights activists covered themselves in blood to protest the start of Pamplona's famous running of the bulls festival.
Read The Full Chilcot Inquiry Report: 5 Revealing Conclusions About Tony Blair And The UK's Role In The Iraq Invasion And War
At 2.6 million words, the Chilcot report is a deep dive into the U.K.'s policy before, during and after its decision to participate in the invasion of Iraq.
What And When Is Eid Al-Fitr 2016? Key Facts, Greetings And History As Muslims Mark The End Of Ramadan [PHOTOS]
Over 1.6 billion Muslims around the globe will mark the end of Ramadan this week with prayers and sweet treats.
New technology and hydraulic fracturing have fueled America's shale boom.
South China Sea War? Beijing Debates Claims Of Coming Conflict Ahead Of Court Ruling In Philippines Case
China's government was quick to refute an editorial calling for Beijing to ready itself for war in the contested waters of the South China Sea.
Following a terror attack and charged political rhetoric, the Muslim community near Orlando, Florida, prepares to celebrate both the Fourth of July and Ramadan.
Fourth Of July Boston Events 2016: Independence Day Guide To Fireworks, Harborfest And Everything You Need To Know
From hearing the Declaration of Independence read out loud to spectacular fireworks, here are the top July 4 events in Boston.
South China Sea Controversy Update: Beijing Warns US, Philippines It Will Stand Firm On Claims In Contested Waters
Chinese President Xi Jinping said Beijing would stand firm over its claims in the contested waters of the South China Sea.
ISIS Hunting Permits? Missouri Republican Eric Greitens Targets Islamic State Group As Part Of Fundraising Ploy
In fundraising bids, several candidates for office are offering hunting permits targeting the Islamic State group to highlight their military backgrounds.
While the number of ISIS troops in Iraq and Syria has declined, the group has increasingly focused on targets in other countries.
The GOP has released its probe into the 2012 incident in Libya, arguing then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton should have been aware of security risks.
The U.S. Supreme Court’s abortion ruling could open up challenges in other states with provisions similar to those struck down in Texas.
After Brexit, Who Is The US' Biggest Ally? Germany Could Become Main European Partner Following UK Referendum
With President Barack Obama and Prime Minister David Cameron both set to leave office, the trans-Atlantic relationship could be in flux.
In a 5-3 decision that represents its most sweeping abortion ruling in 24 years, the Supreme Court struck down the law as an “undue burden” on women.
Votes in the British referendum on the European Union will be counted by hand and results are expected Friday morning local time.
The gunman who entered a movie theater in Viernheim, Germany, was shot dead by authorities.
What Is The European Union? Why Anti-Immigrant Leaders Across Europe Want Their Own Brexit Referendums
As Britain decides whether to stay in the EU, could other referendums in France and Italy be in the works?
Nazis, Snakes, Migrants, Muslims and Jo Cox: The Nasty Brexit Campaign Attacks Driving British Referendum Vote
It has been a long, horrible Brexit campaign in the U.K., with comments about Nazis and immigrants and plenty of mudslinging.
Free Tampons In New York City? Lawmakers Back Proposal For Free Tampons In Public Schools, Shelters And Prisons
As advocates push for greater free access to feminine hygiene products, Mayor Bill de Blasio is likely to back measures for schools, shelters and prisons.
Amid tight polls the day that Britons vote on their future in the EU, here are the issues driving the “remain” and “leave” sides.