China's Premier Li Qiang will meet German leaders during a trip to Berlin on Monday, at a time when Beijing's policies on Russia, trade and human rights are receiving an increasingly hostile
Dr. Rocco Armonda spent years treating some of the most severe injuries in Iraq and Afghanistan. Now he's bringing his expertise to an overwhelmed Ukrainian hospital.
South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff said Kim Jong Un's military had fire an "unidentified ballistic missile into the East Sea," also known as the Sea of Japan.
Former British Prime Minister Boris Johnson deliberately misled lawmakers over breaches of his own Covid-19 lockdown rules, a parliamentary committee has found, in a devastating and unprecedented
The Russian president says his military doesn't have enough "modern weapons" and his air defenses aren't up to par. Could these admissions be another tactic?
With experts too backing these worries, the situation could mark yet another chapter in a long legacy of U.S. arms shipments being diverted, empowering adversaries of both Israel and the U.S. in
Despite China’s documented allegations of human rights abuses and questionable trade policies, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said it is in the United States’ best interest to maintain ties with
By Keith Coffman and Brendan O'Brien DENVER, June 13 (Reuters) - Ten people were wounded in an apparently drug-related shooting in downtown Denver on Tuesday after basketball fans poured onto city