(MOSCOW) -- Russian President Vladimir Putin hit the campaign trail Wednesday, kicking off his re-election bid against a field effectively cleared of serious competitors and amid grumbles of a shaky economy.
Flying in by helicopter, a rela... Read More
(WASHINGTON) -- The State Department is overhauling its travel warning system for Americans abroad for the first time in years in an effort to streamline information on threats overseas and present it in a clearer, more direct fashion, it said.
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(NEW YORK) -- A Facebook post written by a senior enlisted U.S. military leader raised eyebrows this week after it instructed troops to beat ISIS fighters with a shovel if they don't surrender.
Senior Enlisted Adviser to the Chairman of th... Read More
(PARIS) -- A jewelry store inside the Ritz hotel in Paris was the victim of an armed robbery Wednesday evening, according to French police.
No one was injured in the heist, officials said.
Police said three men, armed with axes,... Read More
(BANHAM, England) -- What should have been a quick and easy TV news piece at the zoo instead became a version of Animal House for one reporter recently.
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(LONDON) -- Duchess Kate, pregnant with her third child, was met by flowers and singing while visiting a school today in Feltham, a suburb of London.
Kate, who celebrated her 36th birthday Tuesday, wore a Seraphine dress over her baby bump... Read More
(TOKYO) -- After Norishige Kanai, a Japanese astronaut, initially measured over 3 inches taller since arriving in space, he worried he wouldn't be able to return home.
Kanai, who arrived at the ISS on Dec. 19, according to a press release,... Read More
(WASHINGTON) -- South Korean President Moon Jae In credited President Donald Trump for playing a “big” role in facilitating Tuesday’s groundbreaking talks between South and North Korea in a press conference Wednesday.
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(WASHINGTON) -- In the coming days, President Donald Trump is up against another consequential deadline on the Iran nuclear deal, just months after vowing to tear it up if Congress didn't move to fix it.
By Friday, the president must eithe... Read More
(LONDON) -- Meghan Markle has closed all her social media accounts nearly four months before her May wedding to Prince Harry.
Markle, who once ran a blog and had an active social media presence, had slowly scaled back her activity on the a... Read More
(WASHINGTON) -- State Department officials told Congress Tuesday they would not rule out "an acoustic element" in what the U.S. says were attacks on two dozen American diplomats in Cuba, despite a new FBI report that doubts a “sonic attack&rdqu... Read More