President Donald Trump's first official speech to a joint session of Congress will have a number of special guests in attendance. One is Hameed Darweesh, an Iraqi man who was detained in January because of Trump's immigration and refugee ban. He is the guest of congresswoman Nydia Velázquez, a Democrat from New York.
Driven by sales in the Middle East and Asia, Trump could propel sales even higher. US sales are likely to continue to rise due to arms deals signed during the Obama administration that have yet to reach the production line.
Today, as Iraqi forces backed by an international coalition inch forward in their fight to recover Mosul from the ISIS group, historians are looking at how to save, repair or retrieve precious heritage after the jihadists' three-year reign.
Earlier this month, the African Union backed a mass withdrawal from the International Criminal Court. Those who want out accuse the court of focusing too much on Africa and barely on any Western nations. If they do, African women seeking justice could suffer the consequences.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's half brother was assassinated with a lethal nerve agent manufactured for chemical warfare and listed by the United Nations as a weapon of mass destruction, Malaysian police said Friday.
Barack Obama campaigned for the presidency promising to close Guantanamo Bay prison. Donald Trump, on the other hand, promised during his campaign to "load it up with some bad dudes, believe me, we're gonna load it up." What does that mean?
A new exhibition opened on Friday in Plymouth, Massachusetts, telling the story of how Europeans raided the area for slaves long before the Pilgrims arrived. The exhibit was made by a Native American crew, giving them the chance to tell their peoples' story.
An attack by three suicide bombers at Istanbul's Ataturk Airport killed dozens of people and injured hundreds more. The Turkish prime minister said early signs point to ISIS, but no group has so far claimed responsibility.
On a trip to Scotland, Chuck Wexler was struck by the fact that police officers there don't carry guns. He wondered whether the police in the US could do the same. So he took a group of police chiefs on a trip to Scotland to learn more.
This year, an increasing number of Central American attempted to enter the US illegally. Now, as many are deported back home, there are concerns that due process was not served while they were held in detention facilities in the United States.