Security officials say Yemen's Shiite rebels and government forces are shelling each other in areas south of Hodeida, straining an already shaky cease-fire in the Red Sea port city
Bolton warns any use of chemical weapons would be met by a very strong response
The Egyptian president tells '60 Minutes' Egypt has 'a wide range of cooperation with the Israelis'
The plane has been in Iran for three weeks, and thanks to US sanctions, the passengers and crew may not be allowed to travel to the US
If the Kremlin fails to secure a lasting peace in Syria, or at least stability, then Russian entrenchment in the country risks becoming a costly entanglement
The 19-year Navy veteran is accused of indiscriminately shooting at Iraqi civilians
Ahmed Mansoor's 10-year jail sentence for criticizing the government on social media was upheld this week
Airstrike in Yemen's Marib governorate targeted Jamal al-Badawi, one of six al-Qaida operatives convicted of the bombing
Withdrawal plans still being formulated, according to a senior State Department official, who promises "heavily coordinated way" with allies, partners
On Thursday, the first Muslim women to serve in Congress, Democrats Ilhan Omar of Minnesota and Rashida Tlaib of Michigan were sworn into office, as inspired young Muslim Americans and refugees watched closely.
US intelligence agencies have concluded the crown prince ordered an operation to kill Khashoggi, a US-based Washington Post journalist from Saudi Arabia who had become a critic of the kingdom's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says his country will host the leaders of Pakistan and Afghanistan for a meeting geared toward bringing peace to Afghanistan