Two contract psychologists who helped the CIA develop its coercive interrogation program have reached a settlement with former detainees who said they were tortured by agency officials using the pair's brutal methods.
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The teenager suspected of taking part in a terror attack in Spain had left clues of radicalization on social media long before he allegedly rented the van used to mow down dozens of tourists on a crowded street in Barcelona.
One person was killed and several others injured Friday in a stabbing attack in southern Finland, according to local authorities.
The president of Spain’s Catalonia region confirmed that police have arrested a second suspect in connection with the van attack in Barcelona’s Las Ramblas district Thursday.
Republican Sen. Ron Johnson is calling on the State Department to look into a series of unsolved incidents involving tainted alcoholic drinks at resorts in Mexico, including one in the tourist hotspot of Playa Del Carmen that left a 20-year-old woman dead.
Zoo animals in Venezuela have become the latest victims of the country's descent into economic oblivion.
The Denver City Council and Mayor Michael Hancock announced Wednesday they have reached a compromise on a sweeping sanctuary city proposal that effectively blocks, with one exception, cooperation with immigration authorities.
The Trump administration has no plans to ease Attorney General Jeff Sessions' crackdown on sanctuary jurisdictions, despite a fresh round of legal challenges from cities and states, White House officials said Wednesday.
One of the activists who toppled a Confederate statue in Durham, N.C., on Monday night is a member of an extreme leftist group that supports the totalitarian regime in North Korea and wants to abolish capitalism.
Mexico's pervasive political corruption will be front and center when U.S. officials meet with Mexican counterparts on Wednesday to negotiate an update to a major trade agreement.
President Donald Trump's offhand remark last week that the United States would keep open a "military option" to deal with the ongoing crisis in Venezuela has united many Latin American leaders, but likely not in the way he intended.
Vice President Mike Pence said Monday that the Trump administration would seek to use all diplomatic and economic tools at its disposal to ease the crisis in Venezuela, arguing that Americans would be threatened if the state collapses.
California legal officials announced Monday that they are suing the Department of Justice in order to block the government from withholding certain law enforcement grants from sanctuary cities.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is pushing back against a prevailing narrative he is presiding over a broken and dysfunctional State Department.
The 20-year-old man accused of driving his car into a crowd of counter-protesters during a white nationalist rally Charlottesville, Va., had an "infatuation" with Adolf Hitler and Nazis, according to the suspect's high school history teacher.
Former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci criticized President Donald Trump's response to violence in Charlottesville, Va., over the weekend, saying the president should have more forcefully condemned the white supremacists who clashed with counter-protesters.
Venezuela is handing over unprecedented control of its state-owned oil assets to longtime financial backer Russia in an effort to stave off insolvency and economic collapse.
Venezuelan leader Nicolas Maduro says he is ready to meet with President Donald Trump, just days after Washington hit the ruling socialist regime with sanctions.