The Kremlin calls the claims absurd, and the Russian Foreign Minister only said he does not 'want to use four-letter words.'
An official offered a "four-letter" response to claims Russia hacked the email of the Democratic National Committee.
Robert Amsterdam, who had represented the Turkish government in its 2015 civil suit against Gulen, says Turkish authorities have sufficient evidence.
Turkey's president says he cannot ignore calls for the death penalty for coup plotters, as Europe worries about a more repressive Turkey.
Turkey's acting military chief said on Saturday that an attempted military coup had been crushed by forces loyal to the government in clashes in which dozens were killed.
CNBC's Susan Li reports on comments from U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry regarding the possible military coup in Turkey.
Boris Johnson: a man whose vocabulary is matched only by his ability to offend at every turn, NBC News reported.
Days ahead of a ruling by an international tribunal over disputes in the South China Sea, China has stepped up its rhetoric.
Half of the adult refugees arriving in the US have college educations and can help grow the US economy if companies are willing to hire them, says this State Department official.
Secretary of State John Kerry is selling his Nantucket beachfront property, according to The Boston Globe.
If Hillary Clinton were to lose next week's California primary by a wide margin, there could be room for Joe Biden to make a bid, says commentator Walter Isaacson.
Slave labor and trafficking is rampant in the fishing industry. Here's what can be done to stop it, say top WEF officials.
Greece’s Defense Minister says debris from EgyptAir flight 804 has been spotted in the Mediterranean; Secretary of State John Kerry is meeting with his Polish and Turkish counterparts on the sidelines at the NATO foreign ministers meeting in Brussels; the man who climbed over the wall and wandered the ground of Buckingham Palace is a convicted murderer, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.
China’s piling the pressure on Taiwan’s President-elect Tsai Ing-wen to acknowledge the "One-China" policy just days before she officially takes over.
European banks should not fear retaliation from the United States for resuming legitimate trade ties with Iran, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said Thursday.
Cuba said it would lift a ban on Cubans and Cuban-Americans entering and leaving the Caribbean island by commercial vessels.
Kerry becomes the first US secretary of state to pay his respects at Hiroshima's memorial.
President Obama is going to Cuba with one arm tied behind his back — by Republicans, says Mike Coates.
Silicon Valley and Hollywood will aide the White House in their fight against ISIS — here's how.
A ceasefire will begin in a week.