“Although this sounds like something from a movie, it isn’t,” says the lead prosecutor of one of six courts martial. None of the 14 airmen disciplined was accused of using drugs while on duty.
House and Senate lawmakers from both parties are set to meet with top intelligence officials for classified briefings as President Trump intensifies his attacks on Robert Mueller's investigation.
The president calls off the much-touted June 12 meeting with Kim Jong Un in response to new threats and a derogatory reference to Vice President Mike Pence by the North.
If world temperature rises more than another 0.5°C, the consequences will be catastrophic for millions of the poorest people.
The detentions of at least 10 women's rights activists—seven women and three men—are seen as a culmination of a steady crackdown on perceived critics of the government.
Citing "a culture of impunity," Foreign Minister Riad Malki asks the International Criminal Court to open an investigation into alleged Israeli crimes against the Palestinian people, including settlement policies.
They’ve suffered war and rape, only to be met now with the threat of monsoons and an uncertain future back home.
Tourism‘s effect on the climate is formidable. The industry is not just big business, but a big carbon emitter as well, new research finds.
A more variable climate spells another injustice in a warming world, with the poorest people likely yet again to feel the heat most intensely.
The collapse of the accord, which sets Iran free to resume prohibited activities, deals a profound blow to U.S. allies and potentially deepens the president's isolation on the world stage.