Japan's ruling coalition appeared headed to an impressive win in national elections on Sunday, in what would represent a comeback for the leader.
A rally planned to honor a Daphne Caruana Galizia, killed by a car bomb, was uniting many of the nation's politicians with some notable exceptions.
The National Archives has until Thursday to disclose the trove of remaining files related to John Kennedy's 1963 assassination.
Catalans pour into Barcelona streets after the Spanish prime minister announces he will move to take control of their region.
A three-judge appellate panel rules that the government should have time to try to release the 17-year-old so she can obtain the procedure outside of federal custody.
Amid huge cost estimates and falling apprehension about illegal crossings, it is uncertain that Congress will fund a wall along the entire U.S.-Mexico border.
The president "has promised that he will have our backs," the CIA director declares.
British Prime Minister Theresa May urges her European Union counterparts to bring new momentum to the discussions, even as an interim goal to widen them is missed.
The judge handling the case said she was "astounded" that the Department of Justice would try to block the procedure for the immigrant.
News of the DNC's staff changes sparks criticism that Democrats are resisting the changes necessary to bring the party back from political stagnation.