A severe electricity shortage in Gaza leaves residents with as little as four hours of power a day in the sweltering summer heat. Who gets electricity and when?
WATCH Revealed: Cockpit Video Shows Moment Russian Helicopter Accidentally Fired Missiles at War Games Bystanders
Putin was on hand to observe Russia's biggest war games in years, watching as his forces successfully repelled an imaginary enemy and launched a tank-led counter offensive
With Merriam-Webster reporting that their online dictionary has had a run on the definition, social media erupts with delight at their choice of translation
Early reviews for season four of Amazon's transgender comedy praise plot that brings the Pfefferman family to Holy Land
'The Hunt' will focus on group who go after Nazis who embedded themselves in American society, aided by U.S. government
'From a legal standpoint I want to be clear: Do not email or text me again. Should you do again I will report to the appropriate authorities'
The alleged segment, featuring a grieving father in Bethlehem whose son was killed by Israeli soldiers, received critical feedback at a pre-screening in Los Angeles
The gaffe was quickly noticed on Twitter, with users cracking jokes and launching memes at the president's expense
U.S. Secretary of State: Iran 'Technically Complying' With Nuke Deal, but Remains Destabilizing Force
Tillerson's comments come after meeting with all parties to the deal, including Iran. Trump has said he has made a decision but will not disclose further
Kremlin oil giant Rosneft has committed around $4 billion to Kurdistan, while FM Lavrov signaled in June Russia would not oppose referendum