Zeke Miller and Jonathan Lemire, Associated Press | PostedJun 26th - 10:39pm
Heading into what is likely his most consequential overseas trip of the year, President Donald Trump will be forced to grapple with a flurry of international crises, tense negotiations and a growing global to-do list.
Rod McGuirk, Associated Press | PostedJun 26th - 10:39pm
An Australian army whistleblower charged with leaking secret documents to Australian Broadcasting Corp. reporters alleging misconduct in Afghanistan said on Thursday he welcomed state-owned ABC taking part in his case.
Adam Schreck and Hyung-Jin Kim, Associated Press | PostedJun 26th - 9:09pm
The U.S. and North Korea feel the need to resume diplomacy and are trying to narrow their differences for new summit talks, a top South Korean official said Wednesday as he contrasted their efforts with the tensions surrounding Iran's collapsing nuclear accord.
Christopher Rubager, Seth Borenstein and Calvin Woodward, Associated Press | PostedJun 26th - 7:48pm
This was no Trump rally. Ten Democrats kicked off the presidential debate season with a sober rendering of policy that featured a smattering of missteps on climate change, the economy and more but no whoppers.
Astrid Galvan, Associated Press | PostedJun 26th - 4:08pm
The harrowing photo of a drowned toddler and her father along the Rio Grande has illustrated the risks migrants are willing to take to reach the U.S., even as increasingly hardline policies by President Donald Trump's administration aim to keep them out.
Edith M. Lederer, Associated Press | PostedJun 26th - 3:04pm
Iran will exceed limits on low-enriched uranium set by the 2015 nuclear accord unless Britain, France and Germany take timely, practical steps to preserve the agreement that is "now in critical condition," the Iranian ambassador to the U.N. said Wednesday.
Larry Neumeister, Associated Press | PostedJun 26th - 2:51pm
Four siblings each received sentences of less than a year in prison Wednesday, down from the nearly four years a judge said they would have faced if they had not cooperated against a lawyer who helped them evade taxes on more than $12 million inherited from their father.
Kevin McGill, Associated Press | PostedJun 26th - 2:32pm
A federal appeals court on Wednesday requested written arguments on whether the House of Representatives and numerous Democratic-leaning states can step in to appeal a federal judge's ruling that struck down President Barack Obama's health care law.