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.
The Latest on developments in Syria (all times local): 11:05 a.m.
BP's profits more than doubled in 2017 to $6.2 billion powered by higher prices and output of oil and gas, allowing the company to resume share buybacks as it recovers from a three-year downturn.
Is there any way to help President Trump climb down from his pledge to build a “great, beautiful” wall on the Mexican border?
Last week President Trump’s tax cuts started to get personal as people across the country logged into their bank accounts and began to find increases in their paychecks.
Monday we celebrate the birthday of America’s 40th President of the United States, Ronald Reagan.
The office of Polish President Andrzej Duda says the leader will on Tuesday announce his decision on whether to sign legislation penalizing certain statements about the Holocaust.
The South Korean government wants prosecutors to look into the enslavement and mistreatment of thousands of people at a vagrants' facility in the 1970s and 1980s.
Germany's biggest industrial union and employers have reached a deal on wages and working hours, ending a dispute that led to a series of 24-hour walkouts last week.
French president Emmanuel Macron is heading to Corsica for a two-day visit at a time when nationalists on the Mediterranean island are gaining influence.
Working alone at home, Erik Lovequist often turns on a TV sports channel to supply background chatter.
Even after its steep drops Friday and Monday, the Standard & Poor's 500 index has yet to decline 10 percent from its most recent peak, which is known on Wall Street as a "correction."
A steep sell-off in U.S. stocks sent the Dow Jones industrial average down more than 1,000 points Monday, erasing its gains for the year.
The U.S. Bureau of Land Management oversees about 385,000 square miles (997,000 square kilometers) in 12 Western states.
From its headquarters in Washington, D.C., the U.S. Bureau of Land Management oversees some of the nation's most prized natural resources: vast expanses of public lands rich in oil, gas, coal, grazing for livestock, habitat for wildlife, hunting ranges, fishing streams and hiking trails.
The long, smooth, record-setting ride on Wall Street is over.