France has recalled its ambassador to the United States in an unprecedented show of anger that dwarfs decades of previous rifts.
The head of the United Nations says a new report shows the world is on a “catastrophic pathway” toward a hotter future unless governments make more ambitious pledges to cut greenhouse gas emissions.
The Pentagon retreated from its defense of a drone strike that killed multiple civilians in Afghanistan last month, announcing Friday that a review revealed that only civilians were killed in the attack, not an Islamic State extremist as first believed.
President Joe Biden addressed the nation Wednesday to announce a new trilateral defense partnership.
North and South Korea tested ballistic missiles hours apart Wednesday, raising tensions between the rivals.
Secretary of State Antony Blinken had mixed results in attempting to face down a second day of tough congressional questioning, this time from the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.
The higher education minister in the new Taliban government says women can study in universities but that classrooms will be gender-segregated and that Islamic dress is compulsory.
Satellite photos analyzed by The Associated Press show the U.S. has removed its most advanced missile defense system and Patriot batteries from Saudi Arabia in recent weeks.
Members of the U.S. Air Force returned home this week to Nellis Air Force Base in Nevada after assisting with the massive Afghan evacuation effort.
Dozens of foreigners, including Americans, flew out of Kabul on Thursday, marking the first large-scale evacuation since the U.S left Afghanistan.
Several accredited medical journals rallied together to warn leaders around the world that climate change is the “greatest threat to global health.”
The U.S. State Department announced on Monday it, along with global partners, successfully evacuated 124,000 Afghans and 6,000 U.S. citizens safely out of Afghanistan.
Mexico’s Supreme Court has ruled that it is unconstitutional to punish abortion.
The Taliban say they have taken control of the last holdout of anti-Taliban forces in the country and the only province the Taliban had not seized during their sweep of Afghanistan last month.
At least four planes chartered to evacuate several hundred people seeking to escape the Taliban's takeover of Afghanistan have been unable to leave the country for days, officials said Sunday.
Twenty years ago, Taliban-led Afghanistan fell to a U.S.-led coalition in the months after the Sept. 11 attacks. For Afghans, that means 20 years of change in an arc that's run from early hope to despair.
The secretary of homeland security says tens of thousands of Afghans have been admitted into the United States since the fall of Kabul and more are expected as part of an “unprecedented” evacuation.
New Zealand authorities say they shot and killed a violent extremist after he entered a supermarket and stabbed and injured six shoppers.
Global health leaders say the COVID-19 mu variant is showing signs of some vaccine immunity.
More than 30 California children are stuck in Afghanistan after they traveled to the country to see their relatives weeks before the Taliban seized power and were unable to get out before U.S. forces left, according to school districts where the kids are enrolled.