Instead of a slowdown in fighting during Afghanistan's harsh winter, government security forces say they will press their operations against the Taliban and Islamic State group despite heavy snow and bitter cold.
The evidence is firm that Russia interfered with the November presidential election, America's intelligence chiefs testified Thursday, but there is no way to tell whether the actions helped Donald Trump win.
Russia is ready to supply the Philippines with sophisticated weapons including aircraft and submarines and aims to become a close friend of the traditional U.S. ally as it diversifies its foreign ties, Russia's ambassador said on Wednesday.
Two days before he will receive a highly anticipated intelligence briefing, U.S. President-elect Donald Trump is mocking his political opponents, criticizing the country's mainstream news media and continuing to question the view that Russia meddled in the presidential election
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Chaos erupted on the first day of a new U.S. Congress on Tuesday as majority Republicans in the House of Representatives first plotted to change ethics oversight rules,
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump refuted Kim Jong Un’s implied message that his military may soon test an intercontinental ballistic Missile (ICBM) capable of reaching the U.S. mainland,
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump on Tuesday criticized General Motors, the country's biggest automaker,
Iraqi police and hospital officials say at least 30 people were killed and about 25 others injured Monday when a suicide bomber detonated an explosives-laden pickup truck in a busy market area in Baghdad.
Police in Pakistan are investigating an activist for alleged “hate speech” after he wished Christians in the Muslim nation happy holidays and called for prayers for those charged under blasphemy laws.