David Cameron plans to step down by midweek.
Washington is pulling diplomats as the planet's newest country creeps toward civil war.
The losing candidate won't have to flee the country, but in Africa, it's a different story.
The secretary of State met with Ukrainian leaders amid concerns over a cease-fire agreement.
The White House said Obama urged Putin to pressure Syria's president.
"To me, there's more likely to be continuity no matter who's in office," Jonathan Pershing said.
Reports claim China has curtailed its online espionage, but experts aren't so sure.
The group, known as AQIS, is based in Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, Bangladesh and Burma.
The first lady is promoting education for young girls in Africa and Spain this week.
The United Kingdom is aiming to cut emissions by 57 percent below 1990 levels by 2023.
The attack left 42 dead and more than 200 injured.
The Istanbul attackers were reportedly from Russia, Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan
Senate GOP argue a "loophole" allows the bank to indirectly support Iran.
Report shows unwillingness to consider alternatives to war in Iraq
“There is no way that Mexico can pay [for] a wall like that.”
Sharp currency depreciations have a troubling tendency to feed on themselves.
Both reports dug deeply into the interactions among Washington officials.
If Russia stirs up separatist sentiment again — which is likely — what can Congress do?
The bombings are ratcheting up fears and highlighting the lack of easy security answers.
ISIS claimed responsibility for the attack.
The campaign pressures other companies to donate.
Two Taliban suicide bombers in Kabul, Afghanistan, killed 27 and injured 40 people on Thursday,...
"These two boats and their crew members had every right to be where they were."
Congress has been stuck in a weeks-long impasse over funding to fight the virus.