Brexit Polls 2016: ‘Leave’ Voters Suspect Referendum Is Rigged, MI5 Participating In Backing ‘Remain’
Nearly a third of those surveyed say the outcome of Thursday’s referendum on leaving the European Union may have been decided in advance.
What Does Brexit Mean For US? Ahead Of British Referendum On European Union, American Companies Face Uncertainty
U.S. exports to Britain totaled $53.9 billion in 2014, and businesses like Brooklyn Brewery are nervously awaiting Thursday’s vote.
US Senate Gun Control Live Stream: Watch Debate Over Measures On Background Checks, Terrorism Watch List
Lawmakers will debate four measures Monday after the worst mass shooting in modern American history. Watch the live stream here.
The EU’s newest member state has dissolved its Parliament in a move that could stymie needed reforms.
EgyptAir Flight 804 Update: Investigators Begin Examining ‘Damaged’ Black Boxes, Analysis Could Take Weeks
The cockpit voice recorder and flight data recorder are undergoing electrical tests before investigators can extract data from them.
‘Finding Dory’ Becomes Highest-Grossing Animated Movie On An Opening Weekend: How Much Has Film Made At The Box Office?
A little blue fish made a big green splash at the box office with an opening-weekend wave of $136.2 million in ticket sales.
Juneteenth became an official state holiday in Texas in 1979.
Events celebrating Julian Assange are scheduled for Sunday even as he remains the subject of a European arrest warrant seeking his extradition.
Worries about the economic impact of a “leave” vote in the Brexit referendum Thursday could be swaying Britons toward a “remain” vote, pollster says.
Who Is Tommy Mair? Jo Cox Murder Suspect Linked To White Supremacists, Has History Of Mental Illness
A civil rights group published copies of receipts showing that suspect Thomas Mair had purchased copies of pamphlets linked to a neo-Nazi organization.
ISIS To Attack US? CIA Director Warns Of More Islamic State Attacks In The West Amid Losses In Syria, Iraq
ISIS “is probably exploring a variety of means for infiltrating operatives into the West, including refugee flows, smuggling routes, and legitimate methods of travel,” he said.
Puerto Rican Day Parade New York 2016: Route Map, Start Time, Performances And Everything You Need To Know
Dancers, music and plenty of flags will fill the streets of Manhattan during the annual Puerto Rican Day Parade Sunday.
Without mentioning Russian aggression, the U.S. and Sweden reached a nonbinding agreement calling for greater military cooperation.
Russia-Ukraine Conflict: French Senate Urges Lifting Sanctions Against Kremlin In Sign Of Crumbling EU Resolve
As European Union officials prepare to meet at the end of the month to discuss renewing sanctions against Russia, the bloc’s unity is showing cracks.
The electric Ehang 184 passenger drone can go as high as 11,500 feet and fly up to 63 miles per hour.
While Hillary Clinton could make history in the U.S., India, Germany and South Korea and many other nations have all already had female heads of state.
Amid tensions in the South China Sea and the continuing fight against ISIS, the U.S. has deployed four aircraft-carrier strike groups.
British Prime Minister David Cameron has tried to assuage worry as polls show a tight race ahead of the June 23 Brexit vote.
Legal filings suggest questionable tactics were used to attract students to the Republican candidate's eponymous seminar series.
Can Bernie Sanders Beat Hillary Clinton In Battle For California? Vermont Senator Vows Contested Democratic Convention
An average of recent polls in the Golden State shows Clinton with support from 47.7 percent of voters and Sanders with 43 percent.
Peru Election 2016: Runoff Presidential Candidates Fujimori And Kuczynski, Key Issues And How To Get Results
Sunday's runoff for leadership of the South American nation will pit Pedro Pablo Kuczynski against Keiko Fujimori.
Prior to leaking classified data, the former NSA contractor had a face-to-face session with a government official, a report says.
Over 1.6 billion Muslims around the globe will celebrate Ramadan.
What The Olympic Refugee Team 2016 Tells Us About Global Conflicts In South Sudan, The DRC, Syria And Ethiopia
The Olympic refugee team highlights long-running conflicts in South Sudan and the Democratic Republic of Congo.
The Republican’s recent remarks about a Mexican-American judge were the latest in a slew of hostile rhetoric targeting ethnic and religious minorities.
Clinton described the choice between herself and Trump as one between a “strong, confident America that leads” and a “fearful America.”
EgyptAir Flight 804 Update: Airline Industry Eyes Deployable Black Boxes, Streaming Data After Deadly Incidents
The industry is set to make decisions in coming months on streaming aircraft data after a series of deadly incidents.
The Leave campaign’s immigration proposal would end the automatic right for European Union citizens to work in the United Kingdom.
Russia's military will hold more than 2,000 drills this summer, incorporating experience gained on the ground in Syria.
The alliance's focus on conflict in cyberspace reflects, in part, growing concern over Russia's increasing assertiveness in Eastern Europe.