The NFL is enjoying a significant surge in global interest with Russia and China leading the way.
The top Democrat on the House intelligence panel is introducing a bill to authorize war against ISIS.
World leaders joined Auschwitz survivors at the site of the former Nazi death camp to mark 70 years since its liberation by Soviet troops.
President Barack Obama and new Saudi Arabia King Salman are expected to discuss shared concerns during their first formal meeting on Tuesday.
Benjamin Netanyahu's decision to address Congress offers him publicity, but may also have shaken the balance of U.S.-Israel ties.
King Abdullah, a longtime U.S. ally, died early on Friday after a short illness.
The United States and Cuba aim to reach agreement on the opening of embassies as a step toward ending five decades of bitterness.
The highest-level U.S. delegation to Cuba in 35 years began talks on aimed at restoring diplomatic relations.
The militant group released a video purporting to show two Japanese captives and threatening to kill them unless it received $200 million.
The U.S. will urge Cuba to lift travel restrictions and agree to opening embassies in historic talks on restoring relations.
the two officers were shot early Saturday morning within St. Albert
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry offered his condolences to France for the deaths from last week's Islamist attacks.
A sweeping set of measures will significantly ease the half-century-old embargo against Cuba.
The White House will work with lawmakers on an authorization of the use of force against Islamic State militants.
Al Qaeda in Yemen says it carried out the attack on the French satirical newspaper for insulting the Prophet Mohammad.
The front page features a caricature of the Prophet Mohammad holding a sign saying "Je suis Charlie" in its first edition since the terrorist attack.
A day after the biggest French public demonstration ever registered, officials say the country remains at risk of further attacks.
The violence was of an unprecedented scale as France tackled one of the worst threats to its internal security in decades.
The manhunt widened for two brothers suspected of killing 12 people in an apparent Islamist militant strike.
Strikes against ISIS militants in Iraq and Syria have damaged or destroyed more than 3,000 targets since August.