A man dubbed “Jay from ‘Clerks’ Burglar” by police in Oregon's largest city wanted for a string of package thefts and burglaries was arrested last week, officials said
Romania's left-wing government has easily survived a vote of no confidence brought by the opposition Liberal Party over its "populist and chaotic" economic measures.
A woman in Washington got quite the surprise last Wednesday while watching television when an escaped prisoner looking for a place to hide barged into her family's living room.
French president Emmanuel Macron is hosting Poland's prime minister for talks ranging from Europe's security to workers posted by their employer in another country, a contentious issue between the two European Union nations.
The Latest on developments in Syria (all times local): 2:45 p.m. Lebanon's Hezbollah bloc in parliament says Prime Minister Saad Hariri's return to the country and "positive remarks" are "promising," and sends a signal that matters "can return to normal."
Iraq's foreign minister has thanked Romania for sending dozens of advisers to train Iraqi police and invited the East European country to take part in his nation's reconstruction.
A leaked Irish government document says European officials see Britain's performance in Brexit negotiations as confused and chaotic.
Myanmar and Bangladesh have signed an agreement covering the return of Rohingya Muslims who fled across their mutual border to escape violence in Myanmar's Rakhine state.
The head of the U.N. agency monitoring Iran's nuclear deal with the U.S. and five other nations says Tehran is living up to its end of the agreement — comments that indirectly oppose President Donald Trump's view.
Black Friday smartphone deals are only a click away but usually come with conditions.
An Afghan official says a suicide attack has killed eight people and wounded 17 in the country's eastern Nangarhar province.
An official at North Dakota's top public university is apologizing for a school administrator's effort to get graduate students to lobby against Republican tax reform legislation.
The heads of a court established to prosecute crimes committed during and immediately after Kosovo's war for independence are making their first visit to Pristina to meet with government officials and local and international organizations.
A top U.N. official has called on the Iraqi government to speed up investigations into allegations of human rights violations committed by security forces during the fight against the Islamic State group and to make the results of those probes public.
Yazidi women aren't the only members of minority communities whom the Islamic State has held as sex slaves.
A top Turkish ruling party official says Ankara supports a political solution for Syria but retains its "red lines" on the subject of Syrian President Bashar Assad remaining president.
China has urged Australia to refrain from making "irresponsible remarks" after Canberra issued a foreign policy paper citing security risks in the disputed South China Sea caused by Beijing's activities there.
Ethiopia says the construction of its massive Grand Renaissance Dam is a "matter of life or death" for its people, too.
Officers in a St. Louis suburb don't have to worry about making sure they have cash to pay for their lunch, thanks to the generosity of a one resident.
The alleged beating of a high school football player – allegedly by four of his teammates -- has a small Minnesota town debating the topic of bullying.