Donald Trump has said he is hitting North Korea with its "heaviest sanctions ever" and could move to "phase two" if they do not work.
South Korea, long dominant in short-track speedskating, molds young skaters into champions starting at an early age.
The investment by Li Shufu, the chairman of the Geely automotive group, represents 9.69 percent of the German carmaker.
The Canadian prime minister wore traditional garb throughout a visit to India, inspiring debate over whether he was appropriating or respecting local culture.
President Buhari apologises for the suspected abductions, as parents say 100 remain missing.
“The Chorus Singers,” worth nearly $1 million, was taken from a museum in Marseille. Customs officials found the artwork in the bus’s luggage compartment.
Vehicle hits a security barrier near the White House and a female driver is apprehended by police, US secret service says.
Rick Gates admits to lying to the FBI about work for the Ukrainian government and hiding his income.
The European Council president says reports suggest the UK is still trying to cherry pick its Brexit deal.
The White House has been put on lockdown after a vehicle struck a security barrier.
As Florida students lead calls for stricter gun laws, how do activists on the right see the movement?
The Israeli prime minister hails the decision as "a great day for the people of Israel".
The document is riddled with spelling errors and grammatical mistakes but could sell for $50,000.
The Canada Letter looks at reasons for Canada’s poor showing in curling at the Olympics. Plus, how a film helped Times journalists break one of last year’s biggest stories.
The hair joke was one of several off-script moments as the president relished addressing supporters.
President Xi Jinping of China is sending Liu He, his top economic policy maker and a recent addition to the Politburo, to Washington on Tuesday.
A missing painting by famed Impressionist Edgar Degas has been found on a bus near Paris nine years after it was stolen.
Satellite images suggest more than 50 villages have been demolished, Human Rights Watch claims.
A building now used for consular affairs will be designated the embassy, but most employees will remain in Tel Aviv for now.
We asked young people what they thought about the Snapchat after Kylie Jenner said she was no longer a fan.
The Chinese government’s move to tame an ambitious global dealmaker reflects an official willingness to finally curb the country’s addiction to borrowing.
Russian Wagner group fighters have died in Syria - others have fought in Ukraine.
The Canadian prime minister took to the stage at Canada House in Delhi, but not everybody was a fan.
The IOC faces "the most important moment in its history" over whether it allows Russian athletes to parade with their national flag on Sunday.
Dozens of countries have tried to address shortages for transplants with an “opt out” system that assumes consent.
Eric Scott Branch was put to death over the rape and murder of a student in 1993.
A photo of President Xi Jinping visiting his mother has inspired people to reach out to loved ones.
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has been charged for wearing a political message, specifically a yellow ribbon, in breach of the FA's kit and advertising regulations.
The pastel artwork was taken more than eight years ago from the Musée Cantini in Marseille.
Irish Unionists threatened to withdraw their savings in order to buy arms if the Home Rule Bill was passed in Britain’s Parliament.
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