Germany, England, Poland stay on course in WCup qualifying
Germany, England and Poland all took another step toward World Cup qualification but the Netherlands' failure to do the same cost national coach Danny Blind his job
Ex-Nagorno-Karabakh official accused of smuggling missile
Armenian authorities have arrested a former top Nagorno-Karabakh military official on charges of smuggling an air defense missile into the country
Some Kurds in Turkey protest referendum during festival
Some Kurds in Turkey demonstrated on Tuesday against an April 16 referendum on expanding the president's powers, hoisting political banners at a spring festival that is traditionally used to demand more rights for the ethnic identity
UN has 9 candidates on shortlist for cultural agency chief
The United Nations on Thursday announced nine possible candidates on a shortlist to replace the chief of UNESCO, the world body's Paris-based cultural agency, including four Arab candidates
For Donald Trump Jr., lingering questions about meeting with pro-Russia group
Three weeks before Election Day, Donald Trump Jr. left the campaign trail and the country to speak at a private dinner in Paris organized by an obscure pro-Russia group that promotes Kremlin foreign policy initiatives and has since nominated Russian President Vladimir Putin for the Nobel Peace
Trump Nominates Judge Neil Gorsuch for Supreme Court
ABC News' Amna Nawaz and Will Reeve interview Terry Moran and Rick Klein about the new supreme court nominee.
A Look Inside Trump’s Global Business Interests
It is a business empire that spans four continents and nearly two dozen countries. Among the interests are golf courses and residential and commercial developments. But the corporate titan behind these business dealings is none other than the president-elect of the United States, Donald Trump . The
Webster University's Susan Polgar is committed to inspiring more girls in chess
Chess is a game long dominated by men. The world champions have always been men. The Grandmaster title -- the highest title in the game -- is carried by more than 1,500 men and just 33 women. Two years ago, Chess.com created an imaginary tournament that pitted the 16 greatest chess players of all
Bahrain Books Trump Hotel Ballroom, Raising Ethical Concerns
Critics said it could be an attempt to curry favor with the incoming administration by a government accused of human rights abuses.
Governments Appear to Court Incoming Administration With Trump Hotel Events
The Kingdom of Bahrain held national day celebrations at the hotel, with an estimated cost of around $100,000.