US experts who analyse satellite images from North Korea say they have seen unusual activity at the country’s nuclear test site: volleyball games.
North Korea will continue to test missiles, a senior official has told the BBC in Pyongyang, despite international condemnation and growing military
A huge range of security exploits, said to be worth over $2m if sold on the black market, have been leaked online.
China has warned that “conflict could break out at any moment” as tension over North Korea increases.
Foreign Minister Wang Yi said
The US military says it has dropped a 21,600lb (9,800kg) bomb on a tunnel complex used by Islamic State militants in Afghanistan.
The sculptor that erected Wall Street’s Charging Bull statue is complaining about New York City’s decision to allow a nearby statue to
US President Donald Trump has said Nato is “no longer obsolete”, reversing a stance that had alarmed allies.
Hosting Nato Secretary General
A US student has been charged with smearing peanut butter in the face of an undergraduate who has a potentially deadly allergy.
A US air strike in response to a suspected chemical attack damaged or destroyed 20% of Syria’s operational aircraft, the US has
The US envoy to the UN has warned America may take further action after bombarding a Syrian air base suspected of using
Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad should have no role in a future Syria, US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says.
Signalling a shift
Film-maker Roman Polanski has failed to win assurances from a US court that he will not face prison over a decades-old case
Calls by the Trump administration for Germany and other Nato partners to increase spending on defence have been rejected by Germany.
Draft EU guidelines for Brexit rule out starting free trade talks with the UK before “sufficient progress” is made on other issues.
US Vice-President Mike Pence reportedly will not dine one-on-one with any woman who is not his wife, Karen. A fierce debate is
Russia tried to hijack the US election through “propaganda on steroids”, says a Democratic senator investigating alleged Kremlin political meddling.
US internet service providers will soon no longer need consent from users to share browsing history with marketers and other third parties.
A white US army veteran accused of stabbing a black man to death has been charged with murder as an act of
A little under a week ago the new US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson met his counterparts from a variety of countries
US President Donald Trump is heading for a too-close-to-call vote on his troubled healthcare bill in the House.
Mr Trump would suffer
When the laptop ban on some flights to the US and UK was announced, there was an audible groan from business people
The US and UK are banning laptops from cabin baggage on flights from certain countries in the Middle East and North Africa,
A leading trade group representing hospitals has expressed fears about the Republican health-care bill, saying poor Americans could lose insurance.
US border patrol agents have found a medieval-style catapult mounted on the border wall with Mexico, designed to launch bundles of drugs
The new US defence secretary has told Nato members that Washington will “moderate its commitment” to the alliance if they do not
The US Army has informed Congress that it will grant permission to complete the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline near tribal territory.
American crude oil exports are poised to exceed four members of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) this year, according to analysts
The US has said it will limit arms sales to Saudi Arabia amid concerns over civilian casualties linked to air strikes in
Less than half ‒ 49 percent ‒ of Americans support the death penalty for those convicted of murder, according to a new poll,