The Trump administration's plan to establish a Space Force as a new branch of the military will unfold in phases and will require congressional approval.
Two armed individuals wearing hoodies walked up to a crowd gathered Saturday evening outside a strip mall and opened fire, killing three people and wounding seven more, the police chief said.
France's foreign minister visited Libya on Monday to encourage holding elections in the north African country later this year as part of a reconciliation agreement reached by the country's main political rivals in Paris in May.
Mesut Ozil has defended his decision to pose for a picture with Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, and attacked German media for what he called "double standards" in their treatment of people with Turkish roots.
This is a list of historic sites receiving grants from the African American Cultural Heritage Action Fund, an effort by the National Trust for Historic Preservation: — August Wilson House, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
A judge has ruled against a group seeking details of the Koch Foundation's gifts to a Virginia university.
Turkey is holding snap presidential and parliamentary elections on Sunday — more than a year earlier than scheduled.
Uganda's military says a former ally of the longtime president who was recently fired as national police chief has been taken into custody for unspecified questioning.
National Forest Service officials told residents of 163 more homes near the fire in the southwestern Colorado to be ready to leave Thursday — as well as residents who had been allowed to return to 180 homes on Wednesday.
A U.S. Treasury official is urging East African governments to tighten the loopholes that allow illicit money from war-torn South Sudan to cross into regional capitals.
The United Nations is warning that a military attack or siege by Yemeni pro-government forces supported by a U.S.-backed, Saudi-led coalition on the port city of Hodeida will impact hundreds of thousands of innocent civilians.
Argentina has called off a friendly against Israel following protests by pro-Palestinian groups.
Civil rights groups in Oregon are calling for an investigation after a video showed police punching a prone man more than a dozen times.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is heading to Paris as part of a European tour to rally support from allies, including France's President Emmanuel Macron.
Jack Phillips seems like an unlikely U.S. Supreme Court plaintiff.
An Egyptian court has renewed the detention of a Lebanese woman for a further 15 days pending an investigation into charges including insulting Egyptians.
A police official says two people have been killed in a collapsed building in the Kenyan capital of Nairobi.
The company that owns a geothermal plant near Hawaii's erupting volcano says lava has burned down a substation and adjacent warehouse that stored a drilling rig at the complex.
The United Nations says fighting between the self-styled Libyan National Army and militants has killed at least 17 civilians, including two children, in Libya's eastern city of Derna.
The Latest on a shooting in a volcano evacuation zone on Hawaii's Big Island (all times local): 2:45 p.m. Police on Hawaii's Big Island have arrested a man they say is seen on video shoving another man and firing a gun in a mandatory evacuation zone near the erupting Kilauea volcano.