Despite sanctions and threats from the U.S., Iran’s Revolutionary Guard continues to test ballistic missiles in the country’s central desert.
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The Pope discussed celibacy, populism and how he copes with 'moments of emptiness' in a recent interview with a German newspaper.
Military chiefs from U.S., Russia and Turkey met to coordinate efforts in Syria; U.S. is also preparing to send troops to Kuwait to help them prepare to join fight against ISIS.
Turkey repeats comparison after Merkel told Parliament that the remarks are 'sad and incredibly misplaced' and are 'not justifiable.'
Malta Prime Minister Joseph Muscat tweeted his "heartbreaking" sadness at the loss of the natural rock formation which was featured in 'Games of Thrones' and 'Clash of the Titans.'
Flynn registered with Justice Department as a foreign agent for $530,000 worth of lobbying work before Election Day that may have aided the Turkish government.
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The former ambassador and governor, a Mormon, had an up-and-down relationship with the president during last year's campaign.
Daqamseh, who killed the girls in a shooting rampage at the 'Island of Peace' border post, was deemed mentally unstable and sentenced to life in prison.
Mark Zuckerberg is headed back to Harvard, but this time he'll be giving the commencement speech.