The Latest on turmoil in the Maldives amid a power struggle between the president and the Supreme Court (all times local): 3:45 p.m.
Egypt's prosecutor general has launched an investigation into a dozen leading opposition figures who have called for a boycott of the upcoming presidential election, over accusations they are attempting to "overthrow the regime."
The Nelson Mandela Foundation says South Africa's scandal-tainted President Jacob Zuma must go "sooner rather than later" and that any delay would lead to violent conflict.
A Somali military court has sentenced a man to death in connection with the October bombing in the capital that killed more than 500 people.
Authorities arrested a suspect Monday evening who was wanted in connection with a child pornography video that surfaced last week and has since gone viral.
British police are conducting a series of raids against a suspected people smuggling network bringing migrants across the English Channel.
A man is accused of causing massive flooding at a South Carolina strip club through the destruction of a toilet.
U.S. travelers who will need a new passport in 2018 can potentially save themselves a few dollars if they avoid waiting until the last minute to apply.
The still-practicing physician recently wrote a memoir concerning his famous patient, titled “Trust Me, I’m a Doctor: My Life Before, During and After Anna Nicole Smith.”
Italian bank Intesa SanPaolo says that it will consider partnership with a big asset manager as part of it new five-year business plan.
There can rarely have been a more complicated time to set interest rates for the U.K. economy.
Opposition parties in the former Soviet republic of Azerbaijan are calling for a boycott of the upcoming early presidential election.
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker is warning Balkan countries hoping to join the EU that none will be invited until they have resolved all border disputes with their neighbors.
President Trump’s legal team wants him to decline to speak directly with special counsel Robert Mueller, the New York Times reported, citing several sources briefed on the matter.
Police in Georgia say the apparent armed kidnapping of a woman from an Atlanta-area motel was actually a plot targeting her male companion.
A British judge is set to rule Tuesday on Julian Assange's bid to force Britain to drop a warrant for his arrest, a development that would remove a substantial legal hurdle to his leaving the Ecuadorean Embassy in London that has been his refuge for more than five years.
The British government says it will consider pardons for suffragettes convicted during the struggle for the women's franchise, as the country marks 100 years since some women won the right to vote.