The FBI director's decision to revisit Hillary Clinton's email scandal may have jolted the U.S. political establishment in the final countdown to election day, but supporters are shrugging it off as a non-issue.
When conservative political survivor Mariano Rajoy takes control of Spain once again this week he will be faced with unprecedented opposition as he grapples with painful economic reforms and resurgent Catalan separatism.
South Korean President Park Geun-Hye is facing calls to resign over allegations she allowed a close friend to meddle in state affairs.
Lebanon's parliament is set to end more than two years of stalemate on Monday by electing ex-general Michel Aoun as president, but the vote is unlikely to heal deep political divisions.
Colombia's government claimed progress Friday toward saving a peace deal with FARC rebels, but efforts to open talks with another guerrilla group, the ELN, remained suspended over a hostage dispute.
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.