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Trump's Russia ambassador pick says 'no question' of Moscow election meddling

Jon Huntsman says he would raise the issue with Russian authorities

Trump threatens total destruction of North Korea in UN speech

'Rocket man is on a suicide mission,' Trump says of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un in an address that painted a dark picture of the world

Trump's pick for Russia ambassador says 'no question' of Moscow election meddling

Jon Huntsman says he would raise the issue with Russian authorities

In Photos: Hurricane Maria lashes Martinique and Guadeloupe

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Trump threatens 'total destruction' of North Korea in UN speech

'Rocket man is on a suicide mission,' Trump says of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un

Manslaughter charges possible in London's Grenfell Tower fire: police

Police say the death toll may be slightly lower than previous estimate of 80

Where is Hurricane Maria headed now? What we know so far

Another storm is threatening Caribbean nations still reeling from Hurricane Irma's impact. Here are the latest developments

Polluters must pick up tab for damage to planet: UN

UN environment chief urges governments to take joint approach to going green

Category 5 Hurricane Maria pummels Dominica, barrels toward U.S. Virgin Islands

Storm on track to move over northeastern Caribbean Sea and, by Tuesday night or early on Wednesday, approach the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico, where millions are still reeling from Hurricane Irma earlier this month

Hurricane Maria pummels Dominica, barrels toward U.S. Virgin Islands

Downgraded to a Category 4 early on Tuesday, Maria remained an 'extremely dangerous hurricane' as it churned about 380 km southeast of St. Croix

Suu Kyi says Myanmar doesn't fear international scrutiny, condemns all rights violations

Suu Kyi, in her first address since violence erupted that forced more than 410,000 Rohingya into Bangladesh, said it's important to understand why conflict did not break out everywhere

Hillary Clinton won't rule out questioning Trump's legitimacy if Russian interference deepens

The 2016 Democratic nominee said she knows of no constitutional grounds to challenge the actual election results, regardless of what investigators find

Former Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort was wiretapped under secret court orders: report

Manafort is one of several close advisers who are now being investigated as part of Mueller's probe of alleged Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. election

Trump has two options for navigating U.S. withdrawal from Paris climate accord

U.S. President can either maintain unilateralist approach or be influenced by the more pragmatic officials in his administration

Trump calls for full restoration of democracy, political freedoms in Venezuela

Trump warned the U.S. might take additional measures to apply pressure on the country

Guns, manifesto seized from suspect's home in Washington state school shooting: documents

The 15-year-old suspect faces a charge of first-degree murder, and might be tried as an adult

Mattis hints at military options on North Korea, declines to give details

Nikki Haley said on Sunday the UN Security Council had run out of options on containing North Korea's nuclear program and that the U.S. might have to turn the matter over to the Pentagon

Brazil's new top prosecutor sworn in, says will maintain fight against corruption

Raquel Dodge took over as head of the prosecutor-general's office from Rodrigo Janot, during whose tenure investigators uncovered Brazil's largest graft scheme

Democrats urge full review of Republicans' last-ditch effort to repeal Obamacare

Senate Republicans are now proposing to replace it with a system that would give states money in block grants to run their own health-care programs

Trudeau calls on Myanmar's Suu Kyi to condemn violence against Rohingya Muslims

Violence has forced more than 410,000 Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar to flee to Bangladesh

U.S. immigrants sue Trump administration over move to end DACA program

Lawsuit alleges the move violated the constitutional rights of immigrants who lack legal status

Trump urges UN to cut bureaucracy, sharpen ill-defined mission

Trump rebukes United Nations for spiralling costs in his first appearance at the world body

Trump urges UN to cut costs, bureaucracy

Trump rebukes United Nations for spiralling costs in his first appearance at the world body

Trump, in first remarks at UN, urges the world body to reform

Trump rebukes United Nations for spiralling costs

U.S. will leave Paris climate pact without renegotiation: Trump aide

Trump says the climate deal puts U.S. industries at a disadvantage and will cost jobs

American Power 101: How Trump's advisers schooled him on globalism

Some of Trump's aides have worked for months to persuade Trump to maintain – if not expand – American influence abroad

Hamas agrees to dissolve Gaza administration

President Mahmoud Abbas welcomed the move and said it would 'enable the formation of a national reconciliation government'

Trump's UN debut: What he's saying and what's at stake

On Tuesday, the U.S. President who spent his campaign mocking the United Nations is expected to lay out his 'America First' vision of foreign policy at the General Assembly in New York. Here's what to look for

Maria grows to a Category 2 Hurricane as it bears down on Caribbean

Storm is on a path that would take it near many of the islands already hit by Hurricane Irma

St. Louis protests continue after dozens arrested

Acquittal of ex-cop in 2011 death of black man set off protests throughout the weekend

Dozens arrested in St. Louis after more protests, vandalism

Acquittal of ex-cop in 2011 death of black man set off protests throughout the weekend

Hurricane Maria a growing threat to Irma-battered Caribbean

The U.S. National Hurricane Center said Maria was expected to gain power and could be near major hurricane strength while crossing through the Leeward Islands late Monday

Jamaica's Violet Brown, the world's oldest person, dies at 117

With Brown's death, the Gerontology Research Group lists Nabi Tajima of Japan as the oldest surviving person

Four U.S. tourists attacked with acid in France: prosecutor's office

Police in France described the suspect as 'disturbed' and said the attack was not thought at this point to be terror-related

Trump advisers warn North Korea to give up missile, nuclear weapons programs

Kim Jong-un has pledged to continue North Korea's programs, saying his country is nearing its goal of 'equilibrium' in military force with the U.S.

U.K. cites Chinese-Canadian billionaire Xiao Jianhua's apparent abduction in report on Hong Kong

Mr. Xiao's disappearance is example of eroding freedoms in ex-British colony, Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson writes

China strengthens climate pledge as White House creates confusion

Ministers at Montreal meeting eager to show momentum on Paris accord despite mixed U.S. messages

From Canada to al-Qaeda: New York trial provides a window into Winnipeg's 'Lost Boys'

New York trial provides a window into Winnipeg's infamous 'Lost Boys,' who allegedly flew to Pakistan to become jihadis

Trump business adviser Michael Cohen to testify in Russia investigation

Mr. Cohen is set to testify to the U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee on Tuesday

Four U.S. tourists attacked with acid in France: prosecutor's office

A spokeswoman for the Marseille prosecutor's office said all four of the women were hospitalized, two of them for shock

Trump administration considering closing U.S. embassy in Cuba: Tillerson

Tillerson's comments were the strongest indication that the U.S. might mount a major diplomatic response after a string of unexplained incidents harming the health of American diplomats in Cuba

U.S. could stay in Paris climate accord under right conditions: Tillerson

Tillerson said Trump was willing to work with partners in the Paris agreement if the U.S. could construct a set of terms that are fair and balanced for Americans

Trump advisers warn North Korea to give up missile, nuclear weapons programs

Warnings came a day after Kim Jong-un vowed to continue the weapons programs, saying his country is nearing its goal of 'equilibrium' in military force with the U.S.

Aid group warns fleeing Rohingya could die due to lack of food, water, shelter

Nearly 410,000 fled from Myanmar's western Rakhine state to Bangladesh to escape a military offensive the UN has branded a 'textbook example of ethnic cleansing'

Iran will react strongly to any 'wrong move' by U.S. on nuclear deal: Khamenei

Washington extended some sanctions relief for Iran on Thursday under the nuclear deal with world powers but said it had yet to decide whether to maintain the agreement

Trump retweets edited video of him hitting Hillary Clinton with golf ball

The video shows Trump on a golf course hitting a ball before segueing to the doctored shot of a golf ball hitting Clinton in the back as she is boarding a plane

Second night of protests turn violent in St. Louis after acquittal of ex-officer

Officers in riot gear moved in to make arrests after a small group of demonstrators broke windows and threw objects at police

Japan's Shinzo Abe considering snap election as early as October: sources

Abe may call the snap election to take advantage of improved approval ratings and disarray in the main opposition party

Britain's Boris Johnson accused of 'backseat driving' on Brexit

On Saturday, Britain's foreign minister published an article that roamed well beyond his ministerial brief and, in some cases, the approach set out by the government

Russia rejects allegation it bombed U.S.-backed fighters in Syria

The Syrian Democratic Forces said six of its fighters had been wounded in the strike