Appearing jovial and relaxed, Donald Trump plunged back into election politics Friday, a full month after he won the presidency, enthusiastically prodding Louisiana Republicans to turn out for Saturday's Senate runoff election and protect the party's 52-48 margin in Washington.
Hundreds of people in remote parts of the Solomon Islands have had their homes damaged or destroyed by a powerful magnitude 6.9 earthquake that struck Friday, an aid organization said.
Dylann Roof wanted the world to know he hated black people and thought they were criminals. He thought about attacking drug dealers, but they might shoot back. So, he told the FBI, he picked a historic black church in Charleston, N.C., he had learned about online.
U.S. President Barack Obama has ordered intelligence officials to conduct a broad review on the election-season hacking that rattled the presidential campaign and raised new concerns about foreign meddling in U.S. elections.
Police overseeing the sex abuse scandal in British soccer say 83 potential suspects have been identified and linked to 98 clubs.
All areas in Florida cleared of active Zika transmission, governor declares
Two women suicide bombers blow themselves up at a bustling market in northeast Nigeria, killing at least 30 people and wounding 67.
Montana's governor is being asked to act on a petition to spare the life of a Canadian who's been on death row in the United States for over three decades.
U.S. president-elect Donald Trump names fast-food executive Andy Puzder to head the Department of Labor, drawing criticism from labour advocates worried about his opposition to a higher minimum wage and government regulation.
Airlines could let passengers make in-flight phone calls using Wi-Fi under a proposal from federal regulators.
Nearly two weeks into a crushing blitz, Syrian forces and their allies have taken control of nearly all of what was once an opposition stronghold in eastern Aleppo, touching off a new wave of evacuations Friday and raising concerns about hundreds of men who have disappeared and are feared to have been seized by the government.
A Dutch court convicts populist anti-Islam lawmaker Geert Wilders of hate speech, at the end of a trial he branded a politically motivated "charade" that endangered freedom of speech.
The procession of former military officers nominated for top jobs in Donald Trump’s administration is raising concerns over whether the appointments could defy an American constitutional tenet: civilian oversight of government.
A Samsung customer says Canadians are getting a raw deal compared to Americans when it comes to a rebate offered by Samsung on its recalled top-loading washing machines.
South Korean lawmakers on Friday voted to impeach President Park Geun-hye, a stunning and swift fall for the country's first female leader amid protests that drew millions into the streets in united fury.
We reveal the finery the royal family turn to for Diplomatic Reception
Draped in some of the most breathtaking diamonds from the royal vaults, the Queen and the most senior members of her family posed for an historic photograph tonight. While his wife dazzled beside him in precious jewels and a breathtaking designer ...
Kate Middleton Wears Diana's Tiara For Royal Family Portrait With Queen And Camilla
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Chaos, desperation at first U.N. aid distribution inside Mosul
MOSUL, Iraq (Reuters) - Iraqi police fired shots in the air and threatened to whip crowds with a hose as residents tried to overrun the first distribution of aid by UN agencies inside Mosul on Thursday, a scene of the desperation in areas retaken from ...
Official says U.S.-led coalition has killed 50000 IS militants
Tigris lioness: Iraqi militiawoman fights for revenge against Islamic State
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Congress Moves to Curb Ticket Scalping, Banning Bots Used Online
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Lining up for a lottery to buy discounted tickets to the popular Broadway show “Hamilton.” Credit Michael Nagle for The New York Times. With public attention focused on the scourge of online ticket scalping, Congress has passed a bill outlawing bots, ...
Can Congressional legislation beat scalper bots?
Bill would block ticket hackers
Bots-B-Gone? Congress Bans Ticket-Scalpers' Tool Blamed For Quick Sell-Outs
Syrian president says victory still in sight for Aleppo
The Syrian army's advance in Aleppo slowed on Thursday but a victory was still firmly in sight after President Bashar al-Assad vowed that retaking the city would change the course of the six-year-old war. Russia's RIA news agency quoted Russian Foreign ...
A victory in Aleppo would be 'big gain' but won't end civil war, Assad says
Russia says Aleppo combat suspended, residents say no let-up
Quebecers who fought with Syrian rebels identified: report
John Ivison: Joe Biden's Ottawa visit a Seinfeldian trip about nothing
OTTAWA — It's not clear who might want to harm a lame-duck U.S. vice-president, but Canadian security forces were taking no chances. The Christmas tree in Centre Block's rotunda on Parliament Hill was removed, lest an assailant hide amidst the fairy ...