Colombia's president faces an uphill battle over a peace on which he has staked his legacy.
Now that the Homeland Security and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence officially accused the Russian government of conducting cyberattacks on US political targets, will the administration retaliate?
The government of Ghana has agreed to remove the statue, a gift from India, and will move it elsewhere to protect the symbol of friendship between the two nations.
A research team at the University of Washington ran an experiment to see if putting STEM-related tasks in a group setting affected children's motivation.
A United States-based monitoring group has detected a spike in activity at the nation's Punggye-ri nuclear test site.
At an event in Boston this week, Michael Flynn, a senior Trump adviser, said he is convinced that Russia was behind hacks into the Clinton campaign and Democratic National Committee.
Following Edward Snowden's leaks, the arrest of another former National Security Agency contractor who worked with the Washington firm Booz Allen Hamilton highlights the challenges the intelligence community faces in screening employees and contractors.
A $10.8 million painting attributed to a Dutch master has turned out to be a masterful forgery.
Philippines Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana announced a pause in plans for joint military exercises in the South China Sea. Other military cooperation is also expected to end. Is this a breakdown in relations or the search for a better position?