W2W4: Serena Williams, Rafael Nadal bookend stellar day Down Under
MELBOURNE, Australia -- What better way to bookend Day 8 of the Australian Open than with 22-time Grand Slam winner Serena Williams kicking things off, and 14-time major champ Rafael Nadal closing out the night session? Here's how you can watch these two stars, and everything else, as they look for
AP Exclusive: DHS report disputes threat from banned nations
Analysts at the Homeland Security Department's intelligence arm have found insufficient evidence that citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries included in President Donald Trump's travel ban pose a terror threat to the United States
Israel denies work visa to Human Rights Watch official
Israel denies work visa to regional director of Human Rights Watch, accuses group of 'Palestinian propaganda'
Report: Turkey arrests alleged nightclub attack planner
A Turkish media report says authorities have arrested a man they believe is among the planners behind the New Year's nightclub shooting in Istanbul that killed 39 people
Why this is the most shocking loss of Novak Djokovic's career
MELBOURNE, Australia -- The Day 4 schedule said Novak Djokovic was playing a journeyman pro from Uzbekistan in his second-round match at the Australian Open . But for a while now, Djokovic has been competing against the ghost of his past self, too. Over the past three years -- especially the first
Suspect Confesses in Istanbul Terror Attack: Police
The alleged gunman has been identified as Abdulkadir Masharipov, a citizen of Uzbekistan who received training in Afghanistan, according to Turkish officials.
Suspect in New Year's Eve Attack on Istanbul Nightclub Confessed: Governor
The suspect in the New Year's Eve attack on an Istanbul nightclub that killed 39 people confessed after being captured by police on Monday, the governor of Istanbul said at a press conference on Tuesday. The suspect, an Uzbekistan native born in 1983, was identified as Abdulgadir Masharipov and
Impact of Previous US Sanctions on Russia Mixed, Experts Say
The new sanctions ordered by the U.S. government yesterday against Russia in retaliation for alleged election interference may not be as effective as planned, some experts say. In March of 2014 the United States initially imposed sanctions after Russian troops annexed Crimea from Ukraine. Those
Russia Sanctions May Put Trump in Political Bind: Experts
The latest round of sanctions issued by the Obama administration against Russia may present a politically sticky situation for President-elect Donald Trump , who has both praised Russian President Vladimir Putin and said it was important for the U.S. to have a better relationship with the country.