What has been dubbed Russian President Vladimir Putin's “personal army,” meant to fight crime and terror, could be authorized to shoot into crowds.
Venezuela’s economy is expected to contract by 8 percent in 2016 as electricity and beer production cuts hit an already upset nation.
Russia Economy 2016: No GDP Growth Expected Amid Low Oil Prices, Sanctions, Government Officials Admit
Russian government officials have admitted they expect no economic growth in 2016.
The Chinese government has issued warnings on espionage amid a new push to combat foreign threats.
College graduates in 2016 are better positioned to find jobs, but women are still earning less than men when they enter the workforce.
Russia-NATO Relations 2016 Update: Meeting Fails To Mend Relationship Amid Aggressive Military Maneuvers, Ukraine Crisis
NATO’s general-secretary noted “persistent disagreements” at the first meeting of the NATO-Russia Council since the start of the Ukraine conflict in 2014.
As the number of refugees traveling to Greece slows, Turkey threatens deal unless visa liberalization takes place.
Both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are hoping New York voters will give them a boost of new delegates.
The Tuesday morning bombing and gun attack in Afghanistan's capital resulted in 30 deaths and 320 injuries.
Breakthroughs are not expected in the first Russia-NATO talks since the start of the Ukraine crisis following provocative Russian military maneuvers in the Baltic Sea.
Will this year's Boston Marathon winner be able to best last year's winning time of two hours nine minutes and 17 seconds?
This year's marathon marks the 50th anniversary of a woman secretly competing and completing the race.
Tax returns released Friday suggest that Democrat Bernie Sanders is not part of the 1 percent he often rails against.
In the wake of a corruption scandal, the country's Parliament was dissolved Friday, and snap elections were set for June.
Russia Calls NATO’s Europe Military Buildup ‘Absolutely Unjustified’ Ahead Of First Meeting Since Ukraine Conflict
Ahead of next week's meeting between Western and Russian military leaders, the Kremlin is showing little appetite for improved relations.
Thursday's magnitude-6.5 earthquake left at least nine dead and hundreds injured, and thousands without power.
Terrorism and a slump in oil prices will be on the agenda next week when the president travels to Riyadh — and then Britain and Germany.
US Cybersecurity Falls Short With NASA, State Department Among Worst Performing Agencies, Report Finds
NASA and the State Department seem to be the least prepared to handle data breaches, a risk firm's report said.
Election 2016 Polls: Before Brooklyn, New York Debate, Where Do Bernie Sanders And Hillary Clinton Stand?
The Democrat and rival Bernie Sanders will face off Thursday night as they seek to win 291 delegates in next week's New York primary.
For the first time in United Nations history, candidates for secretary-general are publicly presenting their visions and taking questions from the public.
As tax day nears, the Massachusetts Democrat is introducing a bill that would hit America's for-profit filing services.
Donald Trump CNN Town Hall Live Stream: Watch Republican Presidential Candidate With Family Ahead Of New York Primary
Donald Trump, along with his family, answer questions from the audience and CNN moderator Anderson Cooper ahead of the key New York primary.
While the Islamic State group has focused on attacks in Europe, its numbers have decreased in Syria and Iraq, the U.S. says.
North Carolina Anti-Transgender Law Update: Governor Signs Executive Order But Bathroom Policies Remain
Gov. Pat McCrory extended protections for state employees on the basis of gender and sexual orientation, but the controversial bathroom policy remains.
Brazil’s Chamber of Deputies could vote Monday on proceeding with an impeachment trial against President Dilma Rousseff over allegations of manipulating government finances.
Beijing struck back at Tokyo, saying the country has become a “regional wave-maker keen on rocking the boat” in the contested region.
In the first of a town hall series with the remaining Republican presidential candidates, the Ohio governor will take questions from New York voters ahead of the state’s primary.
NATO has said it will not return to business as usual until Russia respects international law.
Procrastinated on your taxes too long even with the extra three days to file? Never fear. You can get an extension and drag the process out even further.
Peru Election 2016: Presidential Candidates, Key Issues, Dates, How To Get Results And Everything Else You Need To Know
Peru’s presidential election Sunday could give rise to a new political family dynasty in front-runner Keiko Fujimori.