VIENNA, Austria — Fake Russian collusion in Austria led to the demise of the nation’s government last weekend, and could result in criminal charges for a top far-right leader.
For the past two weeks, the US and much of the world has been consumed by a terrifying question: Is America going to war with Iran?
President Donald Trump just set a red line for Iran: Don’t try to get nuclear weapons or threaten America again — or else.
It’s gotten a little lost in the intensifying trade war with China, but President Donald Trump’s steep tariffs on all imported steel and aluminum, first applied in March 2018, remain in place.
Taiwan’s parliament voted Friday to legalize same-sex marriage, making it the first place in Asia to do so.
The United States has increased pressure on China by placing one of its top technology companies on a list that some refer to as receiving the “death penalty.”
The Portland Trail Blazers still have to win four games to reach the NBA Finals. So do the Toronto Raptors.
The US has ordered a partial withdrawal of State Department employees from Iraq over apparent fears of an imminent Iranian attack.
China is clearly unhappy about President Donald Trump’s escalating trade war — and it just retaliated in a way that could hurt global markets and further damage ties between the world’s two biggest economies.
An attack on a Catholic church in Burkina Faso, potentially linked to extreme Islamist violence in the country, has killed six people.