The Copenhagen police arrested 14 men on Saturday night, after a shooting that injured several people.
Hundreds had arrived on Thursday hoping to cross the border into Macedonia and travel onward to northern Europe.
"It's time for a new generation of people. I'm almost 70, we need to sit back a little bit," said Jeanie Crocket of Lawrence, Massachusetts.
Politicians have called on recording meetings with lobbyists and greater transparency on who influences lawmakers.
Ten years on, the church bells in L’Aquila rang 309 times in memory of the 309 victims of the devastating earthquake that struck the medieval town in central Italy.
The United Nations just unveiled a concept for a floating city that can hold around 10,000 residents.
The man allegedly called her a terrorist and threatened to shoot her in the head, federal prosecutors said.
One House Democrat who had wanted a different leader said recently, "I gotta tell you I've been very happy with the way she led our caucus so far."
The safest European roads are in the UK and the least safe in Romania, the report found.
Democratic primary voters say they are looking for a nominee who can go "toe-to-toe" with the president.
The number of candidates running for president could shatter all records. Some worry that's too many choices.
About 1,900 cities and villages have been affected by floods
after exceptionally heavy rains since March 19.
Imran Khan takes to Twitter to vent his anger at India.
Discovering one of the fastest growing branches of transport.
A seven-month investigation found widespread reports of U.N. staff members exploiting refugees desperate for a safe home in a new country.
Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, hasn't left the country's embassy in London since he sought refuge there in 2012 to avoid potential extradition to the United States.
Donald Trump has been visiting Southern California to hammer home his message that more fencing is needed to prevent illegal immigrants entering from Mexico.