Three suicide bombers opened fire then blew themselves up in Istanbul's main international airport, killing 36 people and wounding close to 150 in what Turkey's prime minister said appeared to have been an attack by Islamic State militants.
BRUSSELS The European Commission rolled out the red carpet for Scotland's first minister on Wednesday, hours after outgoing British Prime Minister David Cameron told an EU summit his country would be leaving the European Union following last week's referendum.
WASHINGTON Congressional Republicans on Tuesday accused Hillary Clinton's State Department of failing to protect four Americans killed in a 2012 attack in Libya, in a final report that contained no major new revelations but rekindled debate on the U.S. presidential campaign trail.
MANILA Two things catch the eye in the office of Joselito Esquivel, a police colonel enforcing a national crackdown on drugs in the Philippines' most crime-ridden district: a pair of boxing gloves in a display cabinet and an M4 assault rifle lying beside him.
WASHINGTON The Obama administration and U.S. Senate Republican leaders scrambled on Tuesday to garner enough support to get a Puerto Rico debt relief bill through a critical procedural vote set for Wednesday which several lawmakers predicted would be close.
WASHINGTON Republican U.S. Senator Ted Cruz on Tuesday accused the Obama administration of under-emphasizing the "threat of radical Islam" as he presided over a Senate hearing for the second time since suspending his presidential campaign in early May.
LONDON The first candidate to put himself forward to succeed David Cameron as British prime minister, Stephen Crabb, has said a top priority for him would be to take back control of immigration policy.
Energy Transfer Equity (ETE) said on Wednesday that it has terminated its merger agreement with Williams Cos Inc after ETE's counsel were unable to declare the deal as tax-free.