The two finalists in the race to lead Britain's governing Conservative Party - and become the country's new prime minister - are making their first formal pitches to party members
Voters in several states dominated politically by Republicans have passed progressive ballot initiatives, and that is leading some GOP legislatures and governors to make it harder for the public to qualify measures for the ballot.
Eight months after Hurricane Florence inundated North Carolina, communities such as Trenton illustrate the slow and uneven pace of recovery
Chancellor Angela Merkel said the German government is "very, very serious" about fighting far-right extremism after a man with anti-migrant views allegedly killed a regional official from her party
The prosecutor whose jury selection tactics were rejected Friday by the U.S. Supreme Court as racially discriminatory could decide whether he will try a defendant a seventh time
British Foreign Office official will visit Iran and call for "urgent de-escalation in the region and raise U.K. and international concerns about Iran's regional conduct" during talks with Tehran's government
Iran has summoned the United Arab Emirates' top envoy to Tehran to protest the neighboring Arab nation's allowing the U.S. to use a base there to launch a drone that Iran says entered its airspace
Thousands have joined climate protests in the western German town of Juechen near one of the country's biggest lignite coal mines
Prague won't have seen anything like this since the protests of 1989 which brought down the communist regime in what was then Czechoslovakia.