Kim Jong Un and Moon Jae-in Stage Historic Intra-Korea Summit
North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un has crossed the border to meet with South Korea's President Moon Jae-in to hold the first intra-Korea summit in over a decade.
Kim Jong Un joked that he'd no longer 'interrupt' the South Korean president's sleep with early-morning missile tests
Kim Jong Un joked at a summit with South Korean President Moon Jae-in on Friday that he would no longer interrupt Moon's sleep with missile tests.
3 dead, 611 injured as IDF clashes with #GreatReturnMarch protesters – Pal. health ministry
Protesters have gathered along the Gaza border as the ‘Great March of Return’ demonstrations enter a fifth week. At least 35 Palestinians, including two journalists, have been killed and thousands injured since the protests began.
EX-CIA chief Mike Pompeo confirmed as secretary of state
The US Senate has confirmed former CIA director Mike Pompeo as secretary of state, ending a tough confirmation battle.
Merkel Arrives at White House to High Stakes, Low Expectations
German Chancellor Angela Merkel arrived at the White House on Friday for a set of meetings with President Donald Trump as tensions between Europe and the U.S. show no signs of easing on issues ranging from trade to the Iran nuclear deal.
Summit spoiler: US family sues Pyongyang for torturing son to death despite lack of evidence
The parents of Otto Warmbier have sued North Korea on the day the key peninsular summit, accusing the nation of torturing their son to death. Earlier medical reports said no signs of torture were found during autopsy.
Racism, homophobia & assault: 8 Tory council election candidates suspended over allegations
An avalanche of alleged abusive behavior carried out by sitting and prospective councillors has hit the Tory party, all in the space of April, with under a week to go until the 2018 English council elections.
A 'cocaine cowboy' who was involved in a CIA-backed plot to kill Fidel Castro is facing deportation to Cuba
A US court handed down an 11-year sentence to a former "cocaine cowboy" whose brother is currently fighting deportation from the United States.
EU member states support near-total neonicotinoids ban
Member states have voted in favour of an almost complete ban on the use of neonicotinoid insecticides across the EU.
Manafort’s Civil Suit Against Justice Department Is Dismissed
Paul Manafort lost his civil lawsuit attacking Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s authority to charge President Donald Trump’s former campaign chairman with crimes unrelated to his role in the 2016 election.
T-Mobile, Sprint finalizing merger terms: sources
U.S. wireless carriers T-Mobile US Inc (TMUS.O) and Sprint Corp (S.N) are finalizing terms as they seek to sign a merger deal in the next three days, people familiar with the matter said on Friday.
ICE held an American man in custody for 1,273 days. He’s not the only one who had to prove his citizenship
Since 2012, ICE has released from its custody more than 1,480 people after investigating their citizenship claims, according to agency figures.
Teachers to descend on Arizona, Colorado Capitols for second day of walkouts
Arizona and Colorado teachers plan to don red shirts and descend upon their respective Capitols for a second day in a growing educator uprising.