US President Donald Trump has announced the largest package of sanctions against North Korea yet.
Silicon Valley billionaire Vinod Khosla is fighting a 50-year-old law in a bid to keep surfers off of his beachfront property.
The UK has released its latest immigration figures, revealing a fall in how many Europeans came to the country since the UK voted to quit the European Union in 2016.
US President Donald Trump will meet Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull in the US capital today to discuss countering China’s growing influence.
Amnesty International has found that discrimination against marginalised groups is becoming more normalised in its annual report on the state of the world’s human rights, out today.
Transparency International has released its corruption perception index (CPI) for 2017 showing, as usual, a strong correlation between high levels of corruption and lack of protections for the press and non-governmental organisations (NGOs).
We can expect more of the same from the 2020 US presidential election: taxes, healthcare, and climate change will all still be on the agenda.
The recent indictment by US special counsel Robert Mueller is just the tip of the iceberg in the investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 US presidential election, according to experts.
Macedonia hopes to end its decade-long row with Greece about its name ahead of the July Nato summit.
UK prime minister Theresa May has challenged previous increases to tuition fees made by the Conservatives since taking power in the 2010 general election.
Eurozone finance ministers will convene in Brussels today to decide who will be the next European Central Bank (ECB) vice-president.
This month UK minister for Africa, Harriett Baldwin, visited Côte D’Ivoire to deliver a device to the government that could help the detection of illicit substances during anti-smuggling operations.
Discussions at the Munich Security Conference this weekend — an annual gathering of defence and security policymakers — saw leaders clash over Russia’s relationship with the US and Israel butt heads with Iran.
Two astronauts from the International Space Station (ISS) are making a spacewalk today and the event is going to be live streamed across the world.
The UK government has taken an unusual step in publicly pinning the blame for last year’s so-called NotPetya cyber attack on Russia.
Despite pressure from British politician Jacob Rees-Mogg, Downing Street will refuse to cut the UK’s current foreign aid commitment.
As Queen Elizabeth II prepares for her 92nd birthday, the Commonwealth is reportedly considering who will succeed her as the Head of the Commonwealth.
The US Senate intelligence committee is today holding its annual Worldwide Threats hearing in Washington.
The reconstruction of Iraq after its war with the so-called Islamic State (Isis) is going to cost $88bn, according to Iraqi officials.
With a little over a year left to go until the UK is scheduled to break away from the European Union (EU), Hungarian investor George Soros refuses to let up in his fight against Brexit.
The Cobra Gold exercise officially begins today — the joint US-Thailand military drills that will take place for 10 days, with 30 countries taking part. This is the US’s largest, annual, multi-nation military drills in the Asia-Pacific.
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Ahead of the start of the Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea, one of the big questions was will there be meetings between the US and North Korea?
The US Senate has passed a budget agreement early this morning after the country began its second spending shutdown of 2018 at midnight (5am London time).
The Freemasons are causing something of a ruckus in Britain at the moment.
UK MPs have flown to Washington DC this week to hold a fake news inquiry, the first House of Commons committee hearing to be broadcast outside the UK.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un’s younger sister will swap Pyongyang for Pyeongchang this week, as she makes her way to South Korea for the 2018 Olympic Winter Games.
The Indian government of Narendra Modi has unveiled its budget, Modi’s last before he seeks a second five-year tenure in next year’s national elections.
US president Donald Trump delivered his first State of the Union address last night in Washington.
All UK companies with over 250 employees have to publish data on the gender pay gap by 5 April.