As the U.S. presidential election moves into the home stretch, financial markets are not fully invested in polls that show a win for Hillary Clinton.
In a low, windowless building just outside America's sprawling embassy compound in Baghdad, senior military officials from 19 nations work side-by-side, quietly trying to kill jihadists.
Glance at the list of Hillary Clinton's biggest donors and you could be forgiven for thinking she was funding a Hollywood movie rather than a presidential campaign.
This November, voters in the state of Oklahoma will not only help choose the next U.S. president, but also decide a ballot measure with big implications for the future of the death penalty.
Theresa May is in a class of her own when it comes to not answering questions, according to analysis of her major interviews since becoming Britain's prime minister.
Many unorthodox things have taken place in the 2016 race for the White House, but Russia is perhaps the most unlikely guest at the U.S. political dinner table.
It's a hard scene to imagine, a Saudi Arabian king answering before a New York court for the 9/11 attacks, but a new U.S. law threatens to become a Pandora's Box of diplomatic crises.
India's largest conglomerate Tata faces one of the most turbulent periods in its long history after its shock decision to sack its chairman, analysts say, as it battles to save its global reputation.
Despite tensions over conflicts in Syria and Ukraine, Russia and the West have maintained a strong working relationship in the Arctic and Canada's new Liberal government is looking to further bolster that cooperation.
President Barack Obama has only a handful of months left in office, but facing the shock loss of a pivotal Asian ally in the Philippines, his White House is playing a long game.