The commander of the Navy's Asia-based 7th Fleet has been dismissed after a series of warship accidents raised questions about its operations in the Pacific
Environmentalists have gone to court to demand that the Dutch government take urgent action to improve air quality, arguing that authorities have not done enough to meet European Union-mandated targets
Poland's former president and democracy leader Lech Walesa and some opposition politicians say the Nobel Peace prize winner is being harassed by the ruling party
Danish police says a headless torso found in the Baltic Sea has been identified as that of missing Swedish journalist Kim Wall, who is believed to have died on an amateur-built submarine that sank earlier this month
President Trump's policy is giving his military commanders more troops without timetables for withdrawal; Jennifer Griffin reports for 'Special Report'
Psychopaths and narcissists tend to remain close to their exes, according to researchers at Oakland University. Sean Dowling (@seandowlingtv) has more.
Angolans are voting in an election in which the defense minister is the front-runner to succeed President Jose Eduardo dos Santos, who will relinquish the post after 38 years in power
Kelly Jane Torrance, deputy managing editor for The Weekly Standard, and Kimberly Atkins, chief Washington reporter for The Boston Herald, join the debate
Police say they are investigating material found in searches in two northeastern Spanish towns in connection to the deadly attacks last week that killed 15 people in and near Barcelona
A Spanish judicial official says a key suspect in last week's terror attacks has testified that the extremist cell was preparing bombs for an imam who planned to blow himself up at a Barcelona monument
State data released Tuesday says California raised more than $640 million this month auctioning off permits for businesses to emit greenhouse gases as part of a program aimed at fighting climate change