Irish Foreign Minister Simon Coveney says Brexit negotiators are facing a critical few hours to see if they can deliver a deal ahead of a summit of European Union leaders on Thursday.
Authorities in Catalonia say that 3 people were arrested and nearly 200 injured during clashes between angry protesters and baton-wielding anti-riot police at Barcelona's international airport
The toll of death and destruction from a typhoon that tore through central and northern Japan is climbing, as the government says it is considering approving a special budget for the disaster response and eventual reconstruction
AP source: A former White House adviser on Russia tells House impeachment investigators that she strongly and repeatedly objected to the ouster of the US ambassador to Ukraine
France's culture minister says the melted, twisted scaffolding atop Notre Dame Cathedral will be removed "in coming weeks" to allow restoration work to begin
Hong Kong's leader says "it's totally irresponsible and unfounded" to suggest the semi-autonomous Chinese territory is becoming a police state as her government grapples with protests now in their fifth month
Foreign aid workers and journalists pack the border crossing, looking to get out of northeast Syria and into Iraq, a sign of the sudden transformation sweeping the Kurdish-run region
Germany's security services are seeking greater powers to fight the kind of far-right extremism behind last week's synagogue attack, including requiring Internet companies to report illegal hate speech
Mexican authorities say a band of heavily armed drug cartel gunmen ambushed a police convoy in violent Michoacan state, killing 13 officers and wounding nine in the worst attack on the country's law enforcers in years
Analysts say Ecuador's president appears weakened after nearly two weeks of protests that forced him to reverse an austerity plan that he called necessary for the country's future
It seems fitting that the jury deliberations for the Booker Prize would get all dramatic. Told repeatedly that they could pick only one winner of the fiction prize, the five jurors refused to choose between Margaret Atwood's The Testaments and Bernardine Evaristo's Girl, Woman, Other . So, while environmental protesters demonstrated...
Riot police engaged in a running battle with protesters outside Barcelona's airport Monday after Spain's Supreme Court convicted 12 separatist leaders of illegally promoting the wealthy Catalonia region's independence