Ukraine's president says he backs prisoner swap with Russia
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy says Ukraine is willing to swap a jailed Russian journalist for an imprisoned Ukrainian film director.
Dutch Supreme Court upholds Srebrenica deaths liability
The Dutch Supreme Court is set to rule in a long-running legal battle over whether the Netherlands can be held liable in the deaths of more than 300 Muslim men who were murdered during the 1995 Srebrenica massacre.
Besieged Puerto Rico governor goes quiet amid protests
In the Spanish colonial fortress that serves as his official residence, Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rosselló is under siege.
The Latest: Gulf incidents rattle shipping industry
Iran's Revolutionary Guard has released video images it claims proves that a U.S. warship did not destroy an Iranian drone near the Persian Gulf.
Iran says British tanker seized because of collision
Report: Iran says it seized a British oil tanker over a collision with a fishing boat.
US to send asylum seekers back to dangerous part of Mexico
The U.S. government will expand its policy requiring asylum seekers to wait outside the country to one of Mexico's most dangerous cities.
Apollo 11 astronauts reunite on 50th anniversary of moonshot
President Donald Trump is marking the 50th anniversary of the first human steps on the moon with a meeting Friday with former Apollo 11 astronauts.
Hawaii officials want a peaceful end to telescope protests
Hundreds of protesters trying to stop the construction of a giant telescope on land some consider sacred continue to gather at the base of Hawaii's tallest mountain.
Appeals court upholds Trump move to drop mine pollution rule
A US appeals court panel has sided with the Trump administration, ruling that state and federal programs already in place ensure that mining companies take financial responsibility for future pollution cleanups.
Suspect in Japan anime studio arson reportedly had grudge
Police seek clues into why man set Kyoto Animation studio ablaze, killing 33.
In reversal, Trump disavows criticism of chanting crowd
President Donald Trump is chiding supporters who chanted "send her back" at NC rally.
Campaigning from behind: Lower-tier 2020ers seek comeback
Plagued by anemic polling and underwhelming fundraising, many 2020 Democratic presidential campaigns have fallen into a spiral of perceived struggles that becomes increasingly self-fulfilling.
Florida sheriff to investigate Epstein's work release
A Florida sheriff has launched an internal investigation into sex offender Jeffrey Epstein's time spent out of jail under a work release program.
Counties: Drug companies shipped suspicious opioid orders
Two Ohio counties are asking a judge to find that drugmakers and distributors were not allowed to ship suspicious orders of controlled substances to pharmacies.
Germany honors resisters who tried to assassinate Hitler
Germany is marking the 75th anniversary of the most famous plot to kill Adolf Hitler, after decades in which the resistance against the Nazis has gradually come to be viewed as a cornerstone of the country's modern history.
Lowry, Holmes share Open lead as McIlroy leaves with cheers
Moving day comes early for Woods, McIlroy as they face tall task of trying to avoid early exit from British Open.
Events fall as mercury rises; moon commemoration called off
Governors warn residents to take steps to beat the heat with high temperatures to linger through weekend.
Berkeley drops words like 'manpower' in push to be inclusive
Berkeley, California, has adopted an ordinance to replace some terms with gender-neutral words in the city code.
Giant Hawaii telescope to focus on big unknowns of universe
Scientists are expected to explore fundamental questions about the universe when they use a giant new telescope planned for the summit of Hawaii's tallest mountain.
Service resuming after 7 New York City subway lines stopped
Several New York City subway lines are suspended in both directions because of a network communications problem during the busy evening commute.