Russia expels 23 UK diplomats in tit-for-tat response over spy's poisoning
Russia expelled 23 British diplomats on Saturday in a tit-for-tat response to the U.K.’s expulsion of 23 Russian embassy staff over the nerve-agent attack in England last week. Russia’s foreign ministry said in a statement it had summoned U.K. ambassador Laurie Bristow to inform him that the 23
Malaysia's leader says Rohingya not just a Myanmar issue
Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak says the displacement of Rohingya Muslims is no longer solely a domestic issue for Myanmar, as Southeast Asian nations signed a counterterrorism cooperation agreement at a regional leaders' conference
Trump associate Felix Sater reveals covert career as US intel asset
Sater told ABC News' George Stephanopoulos that despite his portrayal in the media as something just short of a Russian spy, he is in fact a "patriot."
Afghan official says car bomber kills 2 in Kabul
Official with Afghanistan's Interior Ministry says suicide car bomber targeting a British security company in the capital Kabul has killed two civilians and wounded three others
Former FBI deputy director fired just days before retirement to kick in
Former FBI deputy director Andy McCabe was fired Friday from the federal government, just two days before he was set to retire, Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced in a statement late Friday night. Nearly 24 hours earlier, McCabe was inside the Justice Department making the case to keep his
ProPublica leads media into correction of murky CIA story
News organization ProPublica leads media into correction of murky CIA story
Southeast Asian leaders to sign security agreement in Sydney
Southeast Asian leaders will sign an agreement on regional cooperation against violent extremism as the risk from returning foreign fighters grows with Islamic State group militant losses in the Middle East.
Man convicted of making bomb parts used in US troop attacks
A Syrian man accused of making a key component for roadside bombs used against U.S. soldiers during the Iraq War was convicted in Phoenix on federal conspiracy charges
A fierce critic of Vladimir Putin was found dead in South London
Nikolai Glushov, a former top executive at Aeroflot, fled Russia and claimed asylum in Britain in 2004.