The FBI, NSA and Obama administration’s officials have been invited to testify into the allegation against Russia of meddling in the 2016 US election.
UN chief Guterres warns the state department that the cutting of funds to the UNDP could have “devastating effects” on women and girls.
The killing of a policeman by a suspected ISIS militant pushed national security to the top of French political agenda, with leading candidates clashing over how to keep citizens safe two days before the presidential election.
Aya Hijazi, detained on charges of human trafficking, works with street children and was acquitted by a Cairo court on Sunday along with seven others.
Ahead of North Korea’s celebration of the anniversary of its army, the US, China and South Korea keep their guards up in anticipation of more nuclear tests.
With fake news proliferating on social media, journalists and news organisations in the US and Europe are collaborating to come up with a counter-strategy.
Officials said it did not appear that the Iran-backed Houthis would come to the negotiating table under the current circumstances and there needed to be more military pressure on the group.
A result of Trump’s crackdown on immigrants, Canada will see its highest number of asylum claims this year, with one-fifth being illegal crossings.
In March, a man scaled a fence east of the White House at night and was on the property’s grounds for 16 minutes before being detained.
The opposition to the controversial Keystone XL pipeline continues as farmers and landowners move to derail the project, reopened after Trump’s approval.
US vice president Mike Pence, on a tour of Asian allies, has said repeatedly that the “era of strategic patience” with North Korea is over.
As a result of Trump’s immigration policies, the New York Historical Society is launching an initiative to help green-card holders become US citizens.
According to Trump’s administration, the existing deal had ignored all other threats that Iran posed and only delays their goal of becoming a nuclear state.
US military said that the strike group first had to complete a planned period of training with Australia but was now heading towards the western Pacific.
Trump’s wars are now all over the map. The peace movement can fight back by joining already thriving intersectional campaigns.
Colonel Lawrence Wilkerson, former chief of staff to Colin Powell, says the US should resolve the North Korea nuclear crisis through negotiations and should reckon with the impact of its previous actions.
At the same time, a broad campaign against UN peacekeeping is also being waged in the Security Council by ambassador Nikki Haley.
US patience with Pakistan appears to have finally run out. But whether this will mean Washington will try something different with Pakistan remains to be seen.
Between November 2016 and March, Mexico’s refugee agency, COMAR, received 5,421 asylum applications, up from 2,148 over the same period in 2015 and 2016.
Pence, who is on a tour of Asia Pacific countries to unite them against North Korea, said that no show of violence by the North would be condoned by the US.
Opposition parties and the central bank have called for a review of current policies, citing low wages growth and soaring house prices spurred by the immigration influx.
The revelation that USS Carl Vinson was nowhere near North Korea at the time will hit the US administration’s credibility at a time of potential conflict.
Tehran has kept up its part in the deal to rein in its nuclear programme but there are still concerns that it is sponsoring militant activity and terrorism.
Indians are the largest recipients of the H-1B visa, which will now be modified to be given to highly-skilled workers only.
If Damascus becomes a battleground for gangs and militias, many more millions of civilians would join the 11.6 million who have already fled their homes in the civil war.
Men of violence are in command in the US and now call the shots in the world’s major ‘trouble spots,’ with diplomacy slowly slipping out of sight.
Earlier, H.R. McMaster had said that the US has hoped that Pakistan realises it is in its interests to not go after terrorists groups selectively.
White House advisors are considering remaining in the pact in order to shape climate policy and to facilitate the needs of US global energy companies.
Trump’s tough talk on North Korea’s nuclear programme and decision to dispatch a naval strike force to the region appear to have buried any Russian hopes that he might intervene less in foreign affairs than his predecessors.
In conversation with analyst Muhammad Sahimi on Iran’s upcoming presidential elections, the country’s deep state, the nuclear deal with the US and the Trump administration’s state.
The mission of observers from the 47-member Council of Europe, the continent’s leading human rights body, had said that the referendum was an uneven contest.
The order is an attempt by Trump to carry out his ‘America First’ campaign which pledges to reform US immigration policies and encourage purchases of American products.
It seems like Indian courts have forgotten that democracy is meant not only for those in power, but also for dissidents.
Pence is on the first stop of a four-nation Asia tour intended to show US’s allies, and remind its adversaries, that the Trump administration is not turning its back on the increasingly volatile region.
Neil Gorsuch has restored the SC’s conservative majority, allowing them to go begin the Trinity Lutheran case, which will test the limits of religious rights.
McMaster met President Ashraf Ghani and other senior Afghan officials to discuss bilateral ties, security, counter- terrorism, reforms, and development, according to a palace statement.
A fight erupted in the crowd of almost 1000 people when opponents staged a counter protest at a rally organised by Trump supporters, leaving many injured.
An anti-immigrant rhetoric and a possible lack of jobs, along with steeper visa fees are scaring off Indian students from applying to US universities.
The continuation of the conflict in Afghanistan weakens US leverage over Pakistan, partly due to a continued dependence on Pakistan for air and ground lines of communication into Afghanistan.
By creating a “hub and spoke” model to counter international terrorism, the US today has a veto on its legal regime, its proscribed actors and use of military force.