Alleged Khashoggi killers discussed plot minutes before he arrived: Turkish officials

(NEW YORK) -- The team of alleged assassins sent to murder Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi discussed their plan to kill the writer while he was making his way to Saudi Arabia's consulate in ... Read More

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange appears to have 'been charged' in federal court

(NEW YORK) -- WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange appears to have “been charged” with a federal crime, according to newly discovered court documents filed by federal prosecutors from the Eastern District of Virginia.

The revelati... Read More

Theresa May fights for her job amid mounting Brexit rebellion

(LONDON) -- Britain's embattled prime minister said she's fighting for her political life "with every fiber of my being" as dozens of Conservative MPs declared they have no confidence in her leadership.

Theresa May has been struggling to r... Read More

Prince William delivers speech on cyberbullying, criticizes social media companies

(LONDON) -- Prince William and Duchess Kate made a surprise visit to meet students and parents Thursday to tackle and discuss cyberbullying, one of their most important charitable initiatives.

Their latest campaign is an extension of "Stop... Read More

"Bohemian Rhapsody" is hitting all the right notes in South Korea

(SEOUL, South Korea) -- It's not your typical South Korean screening. Moviegoers tap their feet, dance along and even scream at the top of their lungs -- all not usually allowed in theaters -- to Queen's biggest hits.

"The audience was sin... Read More

Women across the globe protest acquittal in Irish rape case by showing their underwear

(LONDON) -- Women in Ireland and on social media are showing their underwear as a sign of protest over the acquittal in a rape case where the defense used the victim’s underwear as evidence of consent.

On Nov. 6, a 27-year-old man wh... Read More

US sanctions 17 Saudis allegedly implicated in Khashoggi murder

(WASHINGTON) -- The Trump administration has sanctioned 17 Saudi officials for their alleged involvement in the killing of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi, the first economic penalties from the U.S. over the brutal murder that has spawned a... Read More

Saudi Arabia seeks death penalty for five suspects in Khashoggi killing

(ISTANBUL) -- Saudi Arabia will seek the death penalty for five of the 11 suspects charged with ordering and carrying out the murder of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi, the Kingdom’s attorney general, Saud al-Mojeb, announced... Read More

Theresa May faces crisis as ministers resign in protest at draft plan on Brexit

(LONDON) -- Theresa May's tenure as British Prime Minister was hanging by a thread Thursday morning following the resignation of her Brexit secretary and other ministers in her Cabinet.

There is division in her government on the terms of t... Read More

House blocks bill to end support for Saudi coalition in Yemen

(WASHINGTON) -- The House of Representatives voted to block the passage of a bill that would have ended U.S. military support for the Saudi-led coalition fighting Houthi rebels in Yemen.

The setback for critics of the coalition in the U.S.... Read More

US returns 'Bells of Balangiga' taken from Philippines during war

(NEW YORK) -- After more than a century on American soil, Defense Secretary James Mattis officially returned the "Bells of Balangiga" to the Philippines on Wednesday.

The three church bells were taken by the U.S. military from the town of ... Read More