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China's Defence Ministry has expressed regret after the United States withdrew an invitation to China to attend a major U.S.-hosted naval drill, saying that closing the door does not promote mutual trust and co-operation.
A divisive vote on abortion has emerged as a test case for democracies grappling with the dark side of political advertising on social media, writes Nahlah Ayed.
Morgan Freeman is apologizing to work colleagues "who felt uncomfortable or disrepected" by him, following a CNN report alleging sexual harassment and inappropriate behaviour by the veteran actor.
The self-driving technology deployed in an Uber which struck and killed a woman crossing the street in Arizona recently, noted a pedestrian was on the road, but didn't stop, a preliminary report from the National Transportation Safety Board says.
Iran has stayed within the main curbs on its nuclear activity imposed by its deal with major powers despite the U.S. pullout from the pact, but could be quicker to provide extra access to inspectors, the UN atomic watchdog says.
Congo's Ministry of Health says the number of confirmed Ebola cases has reached 30, including eight deaths.
U.S. lawmakers, including a senior Democrat, have visited the Justice Department for the first of two planned classified briefings from FBI and intelligence officials on an FBI probe into Russian election meddling after President Donald Trump made unsubstantiated claims about a "spy" being used against his campaign.
North Korea is responding to U.S. President Donald Trump's decision to cancel a planned summit between the leaders of the two countries, saying it is ready to talk.
Scientists in Hawaii have captured rare images of blue flames burning from cracks in the pavement as Kilauea volcano gushes fountains of lava in the background, offering a look at a new dimension in the volcano's weeks-long eruption.
U.S. President Donald Trump is mulling slapping tariffs of up to 25 per cent on all vehicles imported into the United States, throwing a wrench into negotiations for a new North American free trade deal.
President Donald Trump praised an NFL policy banning kneeling during the "The Star-Spangled Banner," saying that "maybe you shouldn't be in the country" if you don't stand for the anthem.
Moscow continued to deny involvement in the destruction of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 even as an international team of investigators said Thursday that detailed analysis has unequivocally established that the Buk missile that brought down the plane over eastern Ukraine nearly four years ago came from a Russia-based military unit.
Giuseppe Conte, the law professor named as Italian prime minister on Wednesday after surviving accusations he inflated his academic credentials, must now prove he can lead the euro zone's third largest economy with no political experience.
U.S. President Donald Trump's personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, received a secret payment of at least $400,000 to arrange talks between Trump and Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko last year, the British Broadcasting Corp reported on Wednesday.
The Trump administration launches a national security investigation into car and truck imports that could lead to new U.S. tariffs similar to those imposed on imported steel and aluminum in March.
Milwaukee Police Chief Alfonso Morales apologized to Bucks guard Sterling Brown on Wednesday for a January arrest that started with a parking violation and escalated to include use of a stun gun, and said some officers had been disciplined.
White House adviser Jared Kushner, who is U.S. President Donald Trump's son-in-law, has been granted a permanent security clearance.
Judge rules in lawsuit that the discussions arising from the U.S. president's tweets should be considered a public forum.
NFL owners have approved a new policy aimed at addressing the firestorm over national anthem protests, permitting players to stay in the locker-room during The Star-Spangled Banner, but requiring them to stand if they come to the field.