Mexico's national security commissioner says jailed drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman could be extradited to the United States by early 2017.
Top diplomats began meetings in Switzerland Saturday in a fresh push to revive a cease-fire in Syria, after pro-government forces intensified their bombardment of the battered city of Aleppo.
Passengers and flight crews will be banned from bringing Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphones on flights under an emergency order issued Friday by the Department of Transportation in response to reports of the phones catching fire.
Their California mansions, lush with green lawns and vegetation, guzzle as much water as 90 homes -- but the astronomical bills are a drop in the bucket for them.
A monument to Czar Ivan the Terrible after being unveiled in the city of Orel, 350 kilometers south of Moscow, in Orel, Russia, Friday, Oct. 14.
The government says it ran a US$587 billion budget deficit for the just-completed fiscal year, a 34-percent spike over last year after significant improvement from the record deficits of U.S. President Barack Obama's first years in office.
The Kremlin on Saturday slammed Washington for its "unprecedented" threats against Moscow over an alleged series of cyber attacks and vowed to respond.
California officials said Friday that they have again denied parole for a follower of cult leader Charles Manson who is serving a life sentence for a murder he committed 47 years ago.
Jovanny Vargas smiles after he was chosen as Mister "Jacha Uru," translated from the Aymaran language as "Great Day," in La Paz, Bolivia, Friday, Oct. 14.
A suicide bombing claimed by the Islamic State group killed at least 32 people in Baghdad Saturday, the deadliest single attack to hit the Iraqi capital in over three months.