Who Is Michel Temer? Brazilian Vice President Steps Into Presidential Role After Senate Suspends Dilma Rousseff
Brazil’s interim president, Michel Temer, is a longtime political operative who is seen as a business-friendly politician.
Brazil Impeachment Crisis: Vice President Michel Temer Steps In After Senate Votes To Suspend President Dilma Rousseff
The country’s economy may see a short-term honeymoon with Vice President Michel Temer taking the reins, but don’t expect large-scale reforms anytime soon.
Russia announced Tuesday it was developing new intercontinental ballistic missiles capable of piercing the U.S. missile shield.
Brexit Vote 2016: Scotland Likely To Vote To Remain In European Union, Says First Minister Nicola Sturgeon
Ahead of the June 23 vote on whether Britain should leave the EU, Scottish voters are poised to vote in large numbers against leaving the EU.
One list of New Yorkers included more than 2,000 names, while a list of Texans included about 1,500 names.
Efforts are expected to focus on cyber defense and naval capabilities as well as aerial surveillance, a source told Bloomberg.
After parading its military hardware through Red Square, the Kremlin announced plans to counter the U.S. missile shield.
The Senate is expected to vote Wednesday in the next step in the impeachment process against President Dilma Rousseff.
Eurovision Song Contest 2016: Past Winners, History And How To Watch Every Video In This Year’s Competition
Songs from France, Russia and Australia are among this year’s favorites to win one of television’s longest-running competitions.
Victory Day, marking the Soviet Union’s finest hour, is an opportunity for the Kremlin to show the world its newest military gear.
Australia’s government has opted against further funding to help locate a Malaysia Airlines passenger plane that vanished in March 2014.
The presumptive Republican presidential nominee wants Japan to shoulder the cost of America’s military presence on its territory.
Cinco De Mayo: How Is The Holiday Celebrated In Mexico? History, Facts And Misconceptions About May 5
Did you know Cinco de Mayo commemorates the Battle of Puebla in 1862? All the facts you need to know when celebrating.
The agreement comes amid fears that a ceasefire deal negotiated by the U.S. and Russia was starting to fall apart.
UK Elections 2016 For England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland: Candidates, Issues, How To Get Results And More
It's Britain's largest set of elections outside of a general, with a hot race for London mayor at stake Thursday.
Commander In Chief Donald Trump? Military Leaders Disagree On Candidate’s Views As He Becomes Presumptive GOP Nominee
What would Trump, the presumptive GOP nominee, do as commander in chief? His comments on torture, NATO and other foreign policy issues have military leaders speaking out.
Donald Trump Indiana Rally Live Stream: Watch GOP Presidential Candidate's Address Ahead Of State Primary
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz has fallen further behind Trump in Indiana polls a day before the state's primary.
Both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are hoping to pick up more delegates in Indiana as rivals vow to keep campaigning with less than three months till conventions.
As Aleppo is rocked by airstrikes — about 250 people have been killed recently — Russian Minister Sergei Lavrov meets this week with UN envoy Staffan de Mistura.
Road To Rio: Brazil Offers Syrian Refugees A New Home, But The Economy Puts Their Latin American Future In Question
For Syrian refugees, Brazil offers a safe and legal haven, but the troubled economy has many questioning their long-term future in Latin America.
The Texas senator won about 80 total delegates at GOP state conventions Saturday — but may face a court fight from Donald Trump.
What Is Pascha? Ahead Of Orthodox Easter 2016, Russian, Greek And Other Eastern Churches Begin Celebrations [PHOTOS]
From intricately decorated Ukrainian Easter eggs to palm fronds, Orthodox Christians are preparing to celebrate Easter.
Refugee Crisis: Germany Warns Italy, Libya Against New Route Into Europe Amid Rising Right-Wing Violence
German police note rising crimes against refugees, with 73 violent attacks reported so far in 2016.
Will ISIS Attack Italy? Italian Officials Arrest Islamic State Suspects Plotting To Hit Vatican, Israeli Embassy In Rome
American officials have warned that the Islamic State group has cells operating in Germany, Britain and Italy.
The increase comes as European nations debate whether to continue their economic sanctions against Russia over the Kremlin’s actions in Ukraine.
The Republican front-runner will attempt to shore up his foreign policy credentials with a speech on economic and security policy Wednesday.
A British exit from the European Union could cost households more than $4,600 with impact felt until 2030.
Wary Of Russia, Military Buildups Increase In Poland, Ukraine As Central, Eastern European States Beef Up Security
Central and Eastern European states aren't buying Russia's talk of improving relations as more defense brigades are created.
Election 2016 Polls: Before Pennsylvania, Maryland, Connecticut, Delaware, Rhode Island, Clinton, Trump Holding Leads
Both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are eyeing big victories in Pennsylvania and other states Tuesday to pick up more delegates.
Nepal created a National Reconstruction Authority in December, and its work will continue over the next five years at an estimated cost of $8 billion.