France is to close the Eiffel Tower and other tourism landmarks in Paris and draft in thousands more security forces to stave off another wave of violent protests in the country over living costs.
Three lawmakers loyal to Prime Minister Theresa May have proposed new Brexit safeguards to give parliament more say on the contentious issue of Northern Ireland in a bid to help her win a crucial...
In another senior staff shake-up inside his often turbulent administration, Donald Trump says he has picked the two people he wants to be the next US attorney general and the next US ambassador to the UN.
Movies about race, politics and music dominated nominations for the Golden Globe awards on Thursday, setting the stage for a lively Hollywood awards season leading up to the Oscars in February.
Fourteen people including six hostages were killed in a shootout between police and bank robbers attempting to blow up ATMs at two banks in a small town in northeastern Brazil, authorities said.
At least six people, most of them teenagers, were crushed to death in a stampede at a nightclub where a concert was being held, officials said.
President Donald Trump said on Saturday that White House Chief of Staff John Kelly will leave his job at the end of the year, extending the historically high turnover in the top ranks of his...
US President Donald Trump could face impeachment and jail time if hush money payments reported by his former lawyer are proven to be campaign finance violations, Democratic lawmakers say.
French President Emmanuel Macron is to address the country as he seeks to placate "yellow vest" anti-government protesters who wreaked havoc in Paris this weekend.
Theresa May is set to push ahead with a crucial vote on her EU exit deal, as senior lawmakers in her own party piled pressure on the British prime minister to go back to Brussels and seek a better offer.
China's foreign ministry has called in the US ambassador to lodge a "strong protest" over the arrest of Huawei Technologies' Meng Wanzhou and says the US should withdraw its arrest warrant.
British Prime Minister Theresa May has postponed a parliamentary vote on her Brexit deal to seek more concessions but the EU refused to renegotiate and lawmakers doubted her chances of winning big changes.
President Emmanuel Macron has announced wage rises for the poorest workers and tax cuts for pensioners in further concessions meant to defuse weeks of often violent protests.
Turkey says the world should seek justice for slain Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi under international law, after Riyadh ruled out extraditing Saudi officials suspected of planning his brutal killing in Istanbul.
Australia has trimmed its forecast for wool production by nearly 5% as dry weather across the world's largest producer of the fibre squeezes production to at least a 21-year low - the worst on record.
A former Russian agent accused of trying to infiltrate the National Rifle Association and influence US policy toward Russia is expected to plead guilty following a deal between her lawyers and US prosecutors.
A decision on the future of Wallabies coach Michael Cheika should be "wrapped up" by Christmas, Rugby Australia says.
A Canadian court has weighed whether to grant bail to a top Huawei executive, while she awaits a ruling on extradition to the US.
India's government faces a tough re-election battle next year, but first it must deal with an opponent as wily as any political rival - troops of monkeys threatening its New Delhi offices.