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A photography exhibit in Wuhan was criticized for placing images of wild animals side by side with black Africans, a juxtaposition many saw as racist. [Read More]
The sister, Kim Yo-jong, who is the only one of Mr. Kim's siblings active in his government, was made an alternate member of the Politburo. [Read More]
A gunman was killed by the police after opening fire at concert near the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino. [Read More]
After years of autonomy in Iraq, Kurds overwhelmingly supported a referendum on independence, creating another destabilizing crisis in the Middle East. [Read More]
Hours after Sen. Luther Strange, R-Ala., lost in Tuesday's primary runoff, the president excised at least three favorable Twitter posts, feeding into a legal debate... [Read More]
After enthusiastically endorsing an Alabama senator's campaign for re-election, President Trump distanced himself on Tuesday night from the candidate's loss in the most Trumpian way... [Read More]
After enthusiastically endorsing an Alabama senator's campaign for re-election, President Donald Trump distanced himself on Tuesday night from the candidate's ... [Read More]
North Korea fired a ballistic missile over Japan on Friday, a bold test that defied the new sanctions resolution adopted by the U.N. Security Council... [Read More]
The early morning blaze broke out in the dormitory of an Islamic school, in which the door was locked and the windows were barred. [Read More]
Widespread demonstrations have raised the pressure on Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, the de facto leader of Myanmar, over its treatment of the Rohingya Muslim... [Read More]
Some fellow laureates have confronted the de facto leader of Myanmar over its treatment of the Rohingya, but a Nobel Prize has never been rescinded. [Read More]
South Korea appeared not to want to be outdone after North Korea's recent missile test, releasing footage of a missile that Seoul launched the previous... [Read More]
A Russian-owned tanker, built to traverse the frozen waters of the Arctic, completed a journey in record time from Europe to Asia this month, auguring... [Read More]
The Christophe de Margerie, built to crush ice in its path, completed the journey from Norway to South Korea in just 19 days. [Read More]
Sanctions and aid have failed earlier presidents. [Read More]
The driver of a van killed 13 pedestrians in Barcelona, an attack claimed by the Islamic State. Hours later, the police killed five attackers in... [Read More]
The Clinton, Bush and Obama administrations each tried to threaten or cajole North Korea into abandoning its weapons programs. None succeeded. [Read More]
It was ''in the best interest of my city,'' Mayor Catherine Pugh said Wednesday, as she explained why she ordered Confederate monuments removed under the... [Read More]
Statues dedicated to Confederate heroes were swiftly removed across Baltimore in the small hours of Wednesday morning... [Read More]
The mood was 'celebratory' as crews tore the monuments from their pedestals and carting them out of town. [Read More]