The election will determine how Iraq’s next government aligns in a region marked by fierce global rivalries.
Twenty-six-year-old Joshua Holt had been a prisoner in Venezuela since the summer of 2016, but on Saturday he told U.S. President Donald Trump at the White House that he was “overwhelmed with gratitude” for those who had worked for his release. Trump said Holt had been “incredibly brave.” Holt and his Venezuelan wife, Thamara Candelo, arrived ...
Polls show Gustavo Petro is unlikely to win, but his strong run highlights the country’s polarization at a transformative time for the United States’ ...
The bill would restrict political advertising and force parties to reveal what voter information they’ve collected.
Inmates have revolted and taken control of a notorious prison in Venezuela, as the volatile country braces for presidential elections decried as illegitimate by regional leaders.
The official tally won't come till Saturday, but two major exit polls suggest that Ireland is moving away from its conservative Roman Catholic roots.
As citizens head to polls Sunday, for many there’s no water for toilets, no buses and no hope for change.
The country has had one of the strictest abortion laws in the developed world.
From the cancellation of the U.S.-North Korea summit meeting (for now) to upsets in primary elections, a lot happened this week. Here are the five biggest stories — and some links if you want to read further.
Interviews and newly obtained documents provide the Pentagon’s first public on-the-ground accounting of one of the bloodiest battles the military has faced in Syria since deploying to fight ISIS.