Full story - March 29, 2018
A view through a fence shows the building of the US consulate-general in St. Petersburg, Russia, March 29, 2018.
Russian President Vladimir Putin, facing a stuttering economy and an unusual show of Western unity that included even states traditionally friendly towards Moscow, appeared to have stuck to the diplomatic playbook with the symmetrical response.
Full story - March 29, 2018
Immigrant advocates say some of the most vulnerable immigrants — victims of domestic violence and unaccompanied minors — could potentially be deported even though they are eligible for a visa, because the courts will not set their cases aside.
Full story - March 29, 2018
Relatives of inmates held at the General Command of the Carabobo Police react as they wait outside the prison, where a fire occurred in the cells area, according to local media, in Valencia, Venezuela, March 28, 2018.
Rioting and a fire in the cells of a Venezuelan police station in the central city of Valencia killed 68 people on Wednesday, according to the government and witnesses.
Full story - March 28, 2018
Red police tape and a photograph are seen on the front door of the appartment of Mireille Knoll in Paris, France, March 27, 2018.
The far-right National Front and hard-left France Unbowed movement on Wednesday said they would defy the wishes of a prominent Jewish group and take part in a march to honor a Holocaust survivor killed in a suspected anti-Semitic attack.
Full story - March 28, 2018
Despite their skills in language and mathematics however, the robots' inability to maintain discipline amongst a class of primary school children means that, for the time being at least, the human teachers' jobs are safe.
Full story - March 28, 2018
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and Chinese President Xi Jinping walk past an rifle-clad honor guard.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un pledged his commitment to denuclearization and to meet US officials, China said on Wednesday after his meeting with President Xi Jinping, who promised China would uphold friendship with its isolated neighbor.
Cuba's First Vice-President Miguel Diaz-Canel and his wife Lis Cuesta stand in line before Diaz-Canel casts his vote during an election of candidates for the national and provincial assemblies.
Weeks before Raul Castro is due to step down as president, his party is examining economic measures it has taken under his rule.
Full story - March 27, 2018
Police officers keep watch next to a train, believed to have carried a North Korean delegation to China
A train believed by carrying North Korean leader Kim Jong-un left Beijing almost as quickly as it appeared, and with no confirmation of who was on board.
Full story - March 27, 2018
Russian President Vladimir Putin visits the site of fire, that killed at least 64 people at a busy shopping mall, in Kemerovo, Russia, March 27, 2018.
The fire, at the Winter Cherry mall in the city of Kemerovo, killed 41 children, according to the Interfax news agency, and the calamitous way it was handled has stirred anger and focused attention on corruption and lax fire safety standards.
Full story - March 27, 2018
US Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross, wearing a blue blazer and red tie, testifies in Washington.
A question about citizenship status will be included on the 2020 Census to help enforce the Voting Rights Act, federal officials said on Monday, but California sued to block the move arguing that it would discourage immigrants from participating.