The move comes amid mounting tensions over the execution of a Shiite cleric.
A look at several common trends affecting the continent in the new year.
A bill signed by Obama requires the State Department to produce an international cyber policy.
Protesters broke furniture, smashed windows and set fire to an annex of the building.
Nimr al-Nimr was a critic of the Saudi royal family and a key figure in anti-government protests.
The city's mayor says it "appears to be a terrorist attack."
The petition got more than 500,000 signatures, far beyond the 100,000 needed for a response.
The malware failed to work as intended, preventing a broader blackout.
The administration is pushing Turkey to step up its efforts against ISIS.
The two men were allegedly plotting suicide bombings on New Year's Eve.
The NSA swept up conversations between Netanyahu and U.S. lawmakers.
The honor will come just months after Trudeau's election in Canada.
At least four countries have rolled back diplomatic ties with Iran.
"I would expect major gains going forward," Michael Morell said.
Jerrold Nadler said the nuclear agreement has already shown signs of progress.
The document says Russia’s expanded role globally has caused “counteraction from the USA."
French officially allegedly tipped off the Germans to possible suicide bombings.
Merkel is said to see Obama phenomenon as contrary to her idea of politics.
Iran is condeming reported U.S. plans to sanction the country after two ballistic missile tests.
The move follows Tuesday's arrest of two men suspected of planning a terror attack.
Britain lurches ever closer to exiting the European Union.
Global economic policymakers should approach 2016 with more than the usual degree of caution.
Beijing says international critics are being "hypocritical."
The city was the biggest seized by ISIS in 2015.