Fukushima News: Deadly Nuclear Radiation Levels Baffle Scientists Trying To Build Robot To Survive Reactor
After the latest setback in the costly, oft-delayed Fukushima cleanup, Tokyo's power company said it needed new ideas to build robots capable of surviving the deadly radiation inside.
Did Democrats Meet With Russians Too? Trump Demands Schumer, Pelosi Be Investigated Over Links To Kremlin
President Donald Trump sparred with House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer over their alleged links to Russia.
U.K. actor Riz Ahmed said racism in the media gave credibility to propaganda put forth by jihadist groups such as the Islamic State group trying to recruit young minorities.
China has nearly doubled its weapons sales in the past five years as part of a global strategy to expand its political sphere of influence.
Cement company LafargeHolcim offered to help build President Donald Trump's proposed U.S.-Mexico border wall the same day it admitted to working militant groups in Syria.
Former CIA Deputy Director Michael Morell said that the threat by jihadist groups such as al Qaeda and the Islamic State group to airports was "going to get worse."
The E.U. Parliament voted to restrict visa-free access to its 28 member states for all U.S. citizens until Washington granted the same status to five eastern European countries and Cyprus.
Former President Barack Obama has moved into the luxury Washington neighborhood of Kalorama along with diplomats, entrepreneurs and associates of President Donald Trump.
Middle East Conflict 2017: United Arab Emirates Conducts War Drills In Gulf After Iran Ends Navy Exercise
The United Arab Emirates hosted a rare, dramatic display of its military forces in front of a crowd of onlookers as relations between Gulf Arab countries and Iran remained tense.
Rep. Tulsi Gabbard and supporters gathered to support a recent bill intended to halt U.S. funding to Syrian rebel groups accused of having links to the Islamic State group and al-Qaeda.
Germany's intelligence agency has opened an investigation into the famed Haus der Kunst after accusations that local authorities covered up its links to a well-known Scientologist.
Sweden's Defense Minister Peter Hultqvist said Sweden was bringing back the draft to address security fears as Russia and NATO tensions escalated.
Will North Korea Attack The US? Kim Jong Un's Nuclear Missile Program Driven By Fear, Insecurity, Russian Expert Says
Russia's Alexander Zhebin, a regional analyst and expert on North Korea, said North Korea developed its weapons to protect from U.S. invasions such as those in the Middle East.
South Korea's low-cost Jeju Air has canceled all flights to and from Fukushima Airport as Japan continues to struggle with radioactive fallout of the 2011 nuclear disaster.
What's Happening In Palmyra? Syrian Army And Russia Battle ISIS For Historic City Where Islamic State Destroyed Ancient Ruins
The Syrian army, backed by Russian airstrikes and allied militias, have begun to recapture the ancient city of Palmyra from ISIS.
Israeli Soldier Tried To Join ISIS In Syria: Muslim Convert Part Of 'Very Dangerous Phenomenon' For Israel
Israel's security agency detained Belarus-born, Muslim convert Valentine Vladimir Mazlovsky after he spoke with members of the Islamic State militant group and planned a trip to Syria.
Where Is ISIS? China Reacts To Islamic State Video Threat By Muslim Uighurs With Military Power Show
China has responded to the Islamic State group's "first direct threat" against Beijing by calling for international cooperation in fighting terrorism.
Iran's naval forces have launched a series of new weapons including a high-tech torpedo, concluding a series of massive naval drills that have angered Washington.
The influential Vermont senator condemned Israel's occupation of Palestinian territories and called on supporters to oppose right-wing governments in the U.S. and Israel.
Saudi Arabia's King Salman has reportedly packed more than 500 tons of luggage on a trip to Indonesia where he's expected to sign a bilateral pact on combatting the Islamic State group.
Cold War: Will Trump Stop Russia? Putin Will Never Return Crimea Despite Trump Hopes, Moscow Senator Says
Russian Senator Aleksey Pushkov has said "Crimea definitely cannot be returned" despite the wishes of Ukraine and The White House.
Death In Philippines: Duterte Declares War On Islamic State Militants And Drug Dealers As Violence Grows
Philippines' President Rodrigo Duterte and his forces have vowed to step up the fight against jihadists and drug dealers.
Israel's targeting of militant organizations such as Hamas and Hezbollah opens opportunities for the Islamic State group, also known as ISIS.
Who Is Winning In Syria? Russia, Assad Army Battle Turkey, Rebel Forces In New Clashes Over ISIS City
An unsteady truce between the Russia-backed Syrian army and Turkey-backed rebels showed signs of cracking as the opposing factions fought near positions held by the Islamic State group.
Rewards site The Points Guy released a new list of best and worst U.S. airlines as part of what it called the most comprehensive aviation report of its kind.
North Korea has reportedly been running a secret military communications sales operation using a front company in Malaysia, where Kim Jong Un's half-brother, Kim Jong Nam, was assassinated earlier this month.
The Islamic State group has planned a massive campaign of bombings in the U.K. using tactics similar to the Irish Republican Army, according to the U.K.'s top anti-terror chief.
President Donald Trump's administration has adapted "ISIS" as the official term for the Islamic State group over the former President Barack Obama-era ISIL and the Arabic-language Daesh.
Israel News: Human Rights Advocate Denied Visa After UN Condemns Israeli Soldier's Sentence For Palestinian Execution
Israel faced a new wave of international criticism after it denied a Human Rights Watch director a visa and issued a short sentence to a soldier found guilty of executing a Palestinian.
Saudi Arabia's expats are fleeing new fees, higher taxes and fewer job opportunities as the oil-rich Gulf kingdom copes with a slowing economy.