The president of the Philippines has announced his country will abandon its longstanding ally the United States and embrace China instead.
Deutsche Bank has failed to secure a speedy deal with the US Department of Justice over the misselling of mortgage-backed securities.
Russia has raised tensions once again in Syria with it deploying for the first time an S300 surface-to-air missile system to its Tartus naval base in Syria.
The main body representing Syrian opposition groups has set out its plan to end the war under which President al-Assad would step down after six months of talks.
North Korea’s leader has reportedly said the country will not use nuclear weapons unless its sovereignty is infringed by others. According to state
Emergency teams in the U.S. capital have successfully sealed a leak on a freight train after it derailed on Sunday. Fourteen wagons on the CSX train
The North Korean propaganda machine is at it again. And the least that can be said is that Steven Spielberg has nothing to worry about. Pyongyang’s
At the end of the nuclear summit in Washington, the US president called for world leaders to share intelligence and secure nuclear materials
Hosting world leaders in Washington, US President Barack Obama has urged them to do more to safeguard their nuclear facilities amid fears that groups
At a nuclear security summit in the US, North Korea's nuclear ambitions were high on the agenda.
A suspected gunman – known to police – has been wounded in a shooting in the grounds of the US Capitol building in Washington. It happened in the
Reports of gunshots at the US Capitol complex have triggered a major security operation in Washington DC. The shooting is believed to have happened at the Capitol Visitor Center. Conflicting accounts
Reports of gunshots at the US Capitol complex have triggered a major security operation in Washington DC. The shooting is believed to have happened
Eagles feed fish to a newly hatched eaglet, the first of two born to eagles dubbed “Mr. President” and “The First Lady” in Washington’s National
Washington DC’s subway system is to reopen after a day-long shutdown for emergency safety checks. The aim was to give safety crews time to inspect
North Korea has fired two short-range ballistic missiles into the sea as tension with Seoul and Washington continues to mount
The Saudi’s diplomatic recipe for an Islamic response to ISIL has been welcomed by some and condemned by some. The US says the 34-nation military
What has created an enormous “buzz” in Washington but has nothing to do with the White House? The answer you’re no doubt scratching your head over is
Euphoric and excited amid the frenzy to secure the best bargains, they poured into New York stores as soon as the doors opened. Black Friday actually
Two Air France flights en route to Paris from the USA which were diverted because of a bomb threat and a security incident have both landed safely
The US is to send 300 of its troops to Cameroon to help counter militant Islamists Boko Haram. The troops are to provide intelligence to the multi
German public prosecutors have raided the company’s headquarters in Wolfsburg and other places as part of their investigation into the falsifying of
Michael Horn, the head of Volkswagen USA, is expected to apologise before members of a US Congress committee in Washington over the scandal of the
Following his historic address to the US Congress, Pope Francis appeared on its balcony to salute the thousands who had come out to see
Pope Francis has been quick to set the tone for his first-ever visit as pontiff to the United States. Greeted at the White House by the Obamas and a
White House spokesman Josh Earnest said Congress could pass legislation that would have a tangible impact of reducing gun violence in the United