The safety of high-rise buildings has come under scrutiny since the Grenfell disaster in June, which killed 71 people. Several companies that had installed the original cladding have been hired to replace their previous work.
Rex Tillerson said on Tuesday the United States was “ready to talk anytime North Korea would like to talk," backing away from a key US demand that Pyongyang must first accept that any negotiations would have to be about giving up its nuclear arsenal.
Democrat Doug Jones scored a stunning upset victory Tuesday in an intense US Senate race in conservative Alabama, dealing a humiliating blow to President Donald Trump whose chosen candidate failed to overcome damaging accusations of sexual misconduct.
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas on Wednesday warned that there could be "no peace or stability" in the Middle East until Jerusalem is recognized as the capital of a Palestinian state.
Tweets by US President Donald Trump are viewed in Moscow as his official position and read by his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin, the Kremlin said on Tuesday.
Investigators are searching for reasons a Bangladeshi man detonated a homemade pipe bomb strapped to his body in a crowded New York subway passage during the morning rush hour Monday, wounding three people and putting the city on edge just six weeks after a deadly truck attack.
After a ghostwritten op-ed appeared in a newspaper in Kiev, a US district judge warned ex-Trump advisor Paul Manafort to stop making statements to the media.
Trump toured the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum and delivered brief remarks, paying tribute to African Americans who fought institutionalized racism, including Medgar Evers, the civil rights activist who was murdered outside his home in Jackson in 1963.
Abul Maal A. Muhith was responding to questions from reporters about a Reuters story on Friday that said Bangladesh Bank had asked the New York Fed to join a lawsuit it was considering filing against Manila-based Rizal Commercial Banking Corp (RCBC) seeking damages.