The US owes about $550 million in back payments since it stopped funding the educational, scientific, and cultural agency of the United Nations after UNESCO voted to include Palestine as a member state in 2011.
President Trump suggests he may decertify Colombia unless more is done to stamp out the recent surge in production of cocaine. The Colombian government continues to pursue a new strategy of cooperation with local farmers and former guerrillas in order to correct the trend.
The Trump administration announced a new set of travel restrictions which include more countries and were crafted with more input from outside the White House.
President Trump hints that he may not certify Iran or continue the Iran nuclear deal, leaving world leaders wary of what comes next if the deal does not continue.
Leaders throughout Asia struggled to interpret President Trump's remarks on North Korea to the UN on Tuesday. Some nations took it as reassurance that the global pressure on North Korea will continue, while others heard it as a promise of war.
Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau sheds tears as he speaks with media about the death of Tragically Hip singer Gord Downie in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, on Oct. 18.
Analysts say NAFTA's digital property provisions, which are often overshadowed by cross-border commodities, could impact students, farmers and consumers across North America.
President Trump appeared to break from the position of Cabinet officials when he suggested a military response to North Korea's recent missile tests.
President Trump has said that "all options are on the table" after a North Korean ballistic missile, designed to carry a nuclear payload, was fired over Japan and into the northern Pacific Ocean.
The push is occurring amid signs of growing Palestinian impatience with a lack of progress so far.
Western and regional rebel patrons, currently more focused on advancing their own interests rather than accomplishing regime change in Damascus, are shifting their alliances and have ceased calls on Assad to step down.
Egypt's foreign ministry canceled plans to meet with White House adviser Jared Kushner after the US cut millions of dollars of aid to the country on Tuesday.