Europe Refugee Crisis: Germany Sees Over 60 Percent Drop In Asylum Applications Following Balkan Border Closures
Although the number of people applying for asylum in Germany has fallen by over 60 percent, officials worry new routes into Europe could sprout.
Panama Papers Update: British Prime Minister David Cameron Admits To Profiting From Father’s Offshore Fund
But despite revelations about the offshore account in leaked documents, David Cameron is adamant he’s done nothing wrong.
France and Germany pledged to continue supporting Ukraine despite a Dutch vote that created a roadblock for the country’s European Union aspirations.
European Union officials want to draw up a list of “noncooperative jurisdictions” after the recent data leak that linked prominent officials to offshore accounts.
Russia Says No Tourists For Turkey, Egypt In 2016 Amid Safety Concerns And Frayed Political Relations
Russia’s fraying relations with Egypt and Turkey have hit the two countries’ important tourism sectors.
The massive data leak has fueled discontent with entrenched political elites as Britons mull leaving the European Union.
Russia has more than 19 million people living in poverty as low oil prices are expected to keep battering its recessionary economy.
A Dutch referendum Wednesday could help determine if Ukraine eventually gains European Union membership. Some say Panama Papers details may hurt Ukraine's chances.
Russia has continued to build its arsenal despite an agreement with the U.S. to reduce stockpiles by 2018.
South China Sea Controversy Update: US Plans Freedom-Of-Navigation Patrol Despite Warning From China
The decision comes despite a stern warning this week from Chinese President Xi Jinping.
Europe Refugee Crisis: Belgians Want Refugees To Sign ‘Newcomer’s Statement’ Promising To Report Terrorist Acts
New arrivals to the country may soon have to sign a declaration that they will accept Western values and report suspected terrorists.
Obama Slams Trump On Foreign Policy After Republican Presidential Candidate’s Nuclear Weapons Comments
President Barack Obama's comments follow a New York Times interview with Donald Trump, who has begun to reveal his advisers.
Gov. Phil Bryant must now decide whether to sign legislation that opponents say invites anti-LGBT discrimination.
The Kremlin says Turkey has allowed $1.9 million in explosives and chemicals to be smuggled across its border into Syria, a report said.
Following a federal judge's ruling Thursday, same-sex couples in all 50 states can now adopt children.
Tuesday’s primary vote could change the overall momentum for presidential candidates in both major parties.
In a meeting with President Obama, China's President Xi warned the U.S. against encroaching on China’s sovereignty in the South China Sea, a report said.
Vladimir Putin And Wendi Deng? Russian President’s Ties To Women Revealed By Real Estate Paper Trail
The Russian president may or may not have a new love interest, but real estate connections reveal the women in his life.
Germany is among the members of a U.S.-led coalition striking against the Islamic State group in Syria.
There are several ways to find out if the government owes you a refund.
After a 19-14 vote Wednesday, legislation to set a THC blood-level limit for drivers moves on to the House of Representatives.
The news organization agreed to supply Nazi propaganda materials to U.S. newspapers, academic research has revealed.
South China Sea Controversy Update: Obama And Xi Jinping To Meet After US Refuses To Recognize China’s Exclusion Zone
The leaders of the two countries prepare to meet Thursday, with the U.S. saying it will not recognize China's exclusion zone in the South China Sea.
Russian state bank Vneshekonombank has funded many of President Vladimir Putin's expensive projects, including the 2014 Sochi Olympics.
ISIS In Turkey: US Orders Diplomats, Military Dependents To Leave Over Security, Islamic State Concerns
The U.S. State Department has warned of “increased threats” from terror groups in the volatile region.
Ted Cruz Endorsements 2016: Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker Supports Senator For President Ahead Of State Primary
Gov. Scott Walker’s official nod announced Tuesday should help the Texas senator in Wisconsin, a key battleground for the remaining GOP candidates.
The three remaining Republican presidential candidates will face questions from Wisconsin voters a week before the state's primary.
Russia could see approximately $6 billion in arms sales after showcasing its latest equipment on the ground and in the air in Syria.
States have set different standards about how much of the major psychoactive ingredient in cannabis is allowed in one’s bloodstream while driving a car.
The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Project Shadowfire also resulted in the seizures of 150 firearms, more than 20 kilograms of drugs and over $70,000.