PARIS - The United States expects the campaigns against Islamic State in Mosul and Raqqa to overlap, signaling that a push to start isolating the group's de facto capital in Syria may not be very far off.
QUETTA, Pakistan Militant group Islamic State said on Tuesday that fighters loyal to its movement attacked a police training college in Quetta in southwest Pakistan in a raid that officials said killed 59 people and wounded more than 100.
MOSCOW Two Moscow airport workers involved in a plane crash in which Christophe de Margerie, the CEO of Total, was killed had been drinking alcohol, Russia's aviation regulator said on Tuesday, saying the accident could have been avoided altogether.
U.S. soldiers, sailors, airmen and marines are engaged in "kinetic warfare" – military jargon that means that bullets are flying – all over the world.
WASHINGTON Obama administration officials briefed key congressional staffers last week about a secret court order to Yahoo that prompted it to search all users’ incoming emails for a still undisclosed digital signature, but they remain reluctant to discuss the unusual case with a broader audience.
NEW YORK T-Mobile US Inc is the likeliest acquisition target as media companies seek a wireless partner following AT&T Inc's proposed $85.4 billion takeover of Time Warner Inc, analysts said.
CARACAS Venezuela's opposition-led National Assembly debated on Tuesday whether to open a trial against President Nicolas Maduro for violating democracy, but the socialist government dismissed the move as meaningless.
NEW YORK U.S. home prices rose 5.1 percent in the year to August as home buyers competed for fewer properties, helped by low mortgage interest rates, some wage growth and low unemployment.