The US president says confidently that US trading partners "will be treating us much differently than before"
It is unusual for N. Koreans to cross at the JSA, which is a tourist attraction, and the only portion of the DMZ where both forces stand face-to-face
Both the ruling party's youth wing and the main opposition party calls for civilian rule to be protected
As part of its policy of "panda diplomacy", Beijing loans the animals to countries worldwide as a goodwill gesture
Facebook welcomes the findings on the collective lawsuit
Laurent Nunez, head of the DGSI agency, is also warning that the Islamic State group's retreat in the Middle East "doesn't weaken the level of threat"
Scientists are still discovering full skeletons that lay buried in “Murder Island” almost 400 years after Australia’s first and biggest mass murder
Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson is due to visit Russia next month
Kristina Keneally, a Las Vegas-born former New South Wales state premier, has announced she will run for Alexander's seat
At least 15 other police have been wounded when the insurgents stormed various security posts Monday night
Charlie Fry, 25, was at a beach north of Sydney on Monday when the shark "jumped out of the water and hit him in the right shoulder"
About 30 Red Crescent teams are working in the earthquake zone
The immigration agency says a group of about 40 migrants was travelling on a rural road when attackers in a vehicle tried to stop them
The state has been among Mexico's worst hotspots for drug gang violence in recent years
The UK is due to leave the EU in March 2019, irrespective of whether MPs back or reject the terms of the deal negotiated by Theresa May's government