How To Become Legal Citizen? US Citizenship Grows Expensive, Immigration Agency Defends Necessity For Price Hike
The immigration fees have been increased, by a “weighted average” of 21 percent, for the first time since 2010.
Representatives from 70 countries will gather in Paris for the Jan. 15 conference to revive Israel-Palestine peace talks and “reaffirm the necessity of a two-state solution.”
Dentsu CEO Tadashi Ishii said he will step down as chief in January following the 2015 suicide of an employee who had worked hundreds of hours overtime.
The restrictions, based on license plate numbers, will be evaluated on a daily basis depending on the pollution levels.
The eggs of up to 26 women may have been fertilized by sperm from the wrong man due to a “procedural error,” the University Medical Center in Utrecht said Tuesday.
Negotiations between the warring parties would begin in Kazakhstan if the ceasefire is a success, Turkey’s state-run Anadolu Agency reported Wednesday citing a source.
Clinton Email Scandal Update: Appeals Court Reverses Lower Court Ruling, Revives Private Email Server Suits
An appeals court said Tuesday the State Department and the National Archives should have done more than just requesting the FBI and Hillary Clinton to hand over copies of the emails.
Colorado Voting Rights: After Bernie Sanders Delegate Issue, State Creates Open Primaries For Independent Voters
Gov. John Hickenlooper signed two ballot measures into law Tuesday that allow unaffiliated voters to cast their ballots in primaries without declaring party affiliation.
The Academy Award-winning filmmaker has urged fellow Americans still in shock over Donald Trump’s election win to “get to work.”
The justice ministry said officials seized a record total of 890 kilograms (1,962 pounds) of methamphetamines in raids this month.
Lawmakers defecting from the ruling Saenuri Party said Tuesday they would launch a new political party and hoped the outgoing U.N. chief would join them.
Buckingham Palace said the British monarch did not attend Christmas Day service as she was suffering from a “heavy cold.”
The al-Eqtisadiah newspaper apologized for its “completely wrong” report, which said Riyadh was planning to sell 49 percent stake in the state-owned oil giant.
Who Is Denis Sassou-Nguesso? Republic Of Congo President To Meet Donald Trump To Discuss Libya Crisis
President Denis Sassou-Nguesso will meet with President-elect Donald Trump to discuss the ongoing crisis in Libya and other issues concerning the African continent.
In 2016, a total of 5,959 people sought asylum in Denmark, compared to the nearly 21,000 applications the country received in 2015.
What Is Happening In Aleppo? Evacuation Of Last Few Syrians In City Delayed, Israel May Expand Medical Aid To Aleppo
Buses meant to evacuate the last few people in the war-torn Syrian city of Aleppo have been delayed for nearly 24 hours, according to activists.
Sen. Leila de Lima is one of the few domestic critics of President Rodrigo Duterte’s war on drugs campaign, which has killed nearly 6,000 people.
The president-elect says he plans to end Barack Obama’s executive order, which provides temporary protection for undocumented immigrants who entered the U.S. as children.
Where Is The Berlin Truck Driver? ISIS Claims Responsibility For German Christmas Market Terror Attack, Assailant Still At Large
ISIS claimed responsibility for Monday's attack, which left at least 12 dead, calling the assailant a “soldier of the Islamic State.”
Will Obama Pardon Snowden? Amnesty International Launches Campaign Lobbying For Presidential Pardon For NSA Whistleblower
The campaign allows people to download a personal message from NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden in place of the “ordinary voice message” used for out-of-office replies.
Russia Election Hack Update: Cory Gardner To File Bill Putting Pressure On Mitch McConnell To Create New Senate Cybersecurity Panel
Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, in an interview Monday evening, vowed to get to the bottom of the issue but said a new Senate committee to look into cybersecurity was unnecessary.
The man allegedly tried to enter the embassy armed with a pump action shotgun and fired at least eight bullets before being apprehended by security guards.
A new report by seismologists from Columbia University's Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory concluded that the tremors were “much more like that of an earthquake than an explosion.”
Berlin Truck Attack Update: Death Toll In German Christmas Market Crash Grows, Officials Probing Potential Terror Attack
“We must assume it was a terrorist attack,” German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Tuesday, adding that the incident in which 12 people lost their lives was a “terrible deed.”
“It is not a miracle meeting but will give all sides a chance to listen to each other,” an official from the Turkish foreign ministry said Monday.
US Russia Relations: Rex Tillerson's ExxonMobil Could Restart Russia Operations If Trump Cancels Sanctions
The bill would have extended the sanctions imposed by the Obama administration in 2014 for five more years.
‘Rogue One: A Star Wars Story’ Opening Weekend: Spinoff Earns $290 Million Worldwide, Second To ‘The Force Awakens’
The first standalone film in the "Star Wars" franchise collected about $155 million in the U.S. and Canada alone.
Who Is Stephanie Del Valle? Miss World 2016 Winner From Puerto Rico Beats Dominican Republic And Indonesia For Title [PHOTOS]
Del Valle, 19, is only the second woman from Puerto Rico to win the title, the first being Wilnelia Merced who won the title in 1975.
Gabor, referred to as the original Kim Kardashian, was one of the first women to be “famous for being famous.”
For the first time in two decades, no public school marching band in Washington, D.C., signed up to perform at the inaugural parade.