After months of political unrest and state-sponsored violence against protestors, many Nicaraguans are seeking asylum across the southern border in Costa Rica.
After two consecutive years of increasing economic growth, Afghanistan’s economic recovery threatens to slow down, the World Bank says.
A private Canadian fund will sponsor relocation of up to 1,000 refugees that have been identified by the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR).
European signatories of the nuclear deal with Iran released a joint statement condemning the United States’ reintroduction of sanctions against Tehran.
The US Transportation Security Administration is confident it can prevent 3D-printed guns from getting past airport security.
Total denuclearization of North Korea, if at all possible, won’t be accomplished during the Trump administration despite claims that have been made by the president.
Russia is trying to persuade the United States to change its stance toward the conflict in eastern Ukraine and accept annexation of Crimea by Moscow.
The U.S. Secret Service released an updated eight-step guide on preventing school violence, but it may do little to stop school shootings.
In the wake of shootings, the U.S. Secret Service released on Thursday updated guidelines on preventing school violence.
Democratic members of the Senate Judiciary Committee criticized views of Brett Kavanaugh, President Trump's new Supreme Court pick.
US authorities introduced economic sanctions against three Nicaraguan officials for corruption and attacks against Nicaraguan citizens.
The European Parliament rejected so-called "anti-meme" legislation that would require Internet giants to pay billions to content creators.
President Donald J. Trump accused the National Security Agency of violating the privacy of U.S. citizens with improper gathering of phone calls.