The EU on Monday reaffirmed its support for a 2015 nuclear deal between Iran and world powers and urged U.S. lawmakers not to reimpose sanctions on Tehran.
The Trump administration issued an updated travel ban with fresh restrictions on who can enter the U.S., targeting eight countries.
Human Rights Watch accused the Saudi-led coalition fighting in Yemen of war crimes on Tuesday, saying its air strikes killed 39 civilians including 26 children in two months.
Countries who previously did business with North Korea may be less inclined to make repeat purchases amid greater pressure to comply with U.N. sanctions.
The group behind the Charlie Hebdo attack in Paris earns millions of dollars per year and is "well funded," a report finds.
A U.S. judge rejected Hawaii's bid to exempt grandparents from President Donald Trump's temporary travel ban on Thursday.
The U.S. partially reversed its travel ban, deciding fiancés would be considered close family members and were allowed to enter the country.
The U.S. Supreme Court is set to issue the final rulings of its current term on Monday, amid talk that swing voter Justice Anthony Kennedy is considering retirement.
President Donald Trump is set to attend the U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday for the investiture of new Justice Neil Gorsuch.
Saudi Arabia broke diplomatic relations and all land sea and air contacts with fellow Gulf Arab state Qatar on Monday, citing terrorism.
An "Arab NATO" alliance hyped ahead of President Trump's Saudi visit probably wouldn't have worked and could have inflamed sectarianism.
The White House is throwing its full support behind Saudi Arabia, but it could exacerbate the war in Yemen.
Amb. James Jeffries, former deputy National Security Advisor, and Ian Bremmer, Eurasia Group, weigh in on President Trump departing for Saudi Arabia today and what to expect.
Regular people weigh in on their views of the president ahead of his visit to the region.
U.S. appeals court judges questioned the lawyer defending President Donald Trump's temporary travel ban about whether it discriminates against Muslims.
A federal appeals court is set to hear arguments over President Donald Trump's temporary travel ban on people entering the U.S. from six Muslim-majority countries.
Long-time U.S. ally Saudi Arabia is pushing to diversify the country's arms suppliers and the Russians are very happy to help.
Donald Trump has pledged to appeal against a federal judge's order placing an immediate halt on his revised travel ban.
More than half a dozen states are trying to stop the ban. Hearings were scheduled Wednesday in Maryland, Washington state and Hawaii.
Hawaii intends to file a legal challenge Wednesday to President Donald Trump's new travel order, NBC News reports.