Donald Trump told The Associated Press this week "there's nothing to learn" from all those income tax returns he won't release until an ongoing audit wraps up.
When U.S. President Barack Obama tours Hiroshima's haunting relics of nuclear warfare, he will be making a trip that past administrations weighed and avoided. For good reason: The hollowed core of the city's A-Bomb Dome and old photos of charred children are sure to rekindle questions of guilt and penitence for World War II's gruesome brutality.
Fifty years after the Cultural Revolution spread bloodshed and turmoil across China, the Communist-ruled country is driving firmly down the capitalist road, but Mao Zedong's legacy remains -- like the embalmed leader himself -- far from buried.
Militants inspired by the Islamic State group's ideology are seeking to benefit from the desperation of young Palestinians to strengthen their foothold in the Gaza Strip.
When it comes to spying on North Korea, rival South Korea seems to be wrong almost as much as it's right.
Grabbing breasts, tweaking thong underwear, hitting a female aide in the face -- top French politicians stand accused of all this and more, in a wave of allegations emerging recently that have women asking: How do we make it stop?
North Korea's first ruling party congress for nearly four decades proclaimed the formal start of the Kim Jong Un era, but the event was more notable for nods to the past than promises for the future.
Hours after marching in a peaceful protest against the government late last month, Yassin Mohammed and his friends were lingering in the area in a district of the Egyptian capital when police descended on them, piled them into a minibus and took them to a police station.
Wednesday, May 4, was a great day for 8-year-old Mari Copeny. At her request, U.S. President Obama visited Flint, her hometown in Michigan. For more than two years, more than 100,000 residents have been drinking tap water supplied by the city that was laced with high-levels of lead.
Chinese political dictionaries define an overseas Chinese person as a Chinese national who resides overseas. That is a narrow, legal definition. But many people, including the Chinese government, use it loosely to mean any person of Chinese ethnicity living outside China, regardless of whether that person is a citizen of Australia, Canada, the United States or any other country., 1 Comment