The US secretary of state's cold shoulder for the press corps perplexes even Republicans.
At least 15 people are killed as a suicide lorry bomb hits a police checkpoint in the Iraqi capital.
The House Intelligence Committee is threatening to fracture along partisan lines as the sides accuse one another of playing politics with the investigation into alleged Russian attempts to meddle in the 2016 elections and whether President Donald Trump's associates colluded with Moscow.
The first bobsleigh team from Africa are on the verge of qualifying for the 2018 Olympics.
Bill Baroni and Bridget Kelly get two years and 18 months apiece for an "outrageous" abuse of power.
Commuters at London's St. Pancras Station were more than just "Ordinary People" Wednesday morning.
The BBC's Dan Johnson witnessed history in Brussels as the UK and the EU officially started their divorce.
The UK government has formally served divorce papers on the European Union, signaling the beginning of the end of a relationship that has endured for 44 years.
The questionable likeness was revealed at a ceremony to name Madeira airport after the footballer.
A judge said a sexual assault suspect should not be jailed because there was "no carnal intent".
Visiting a gas station is usually an inconsequential part of a road trip.
President Donald Trump offered rare public remarks about Iraq Tuesday, declaring to a group of Senators gathered at the White House that the US is performing "very well" in the country, which remains besieged by violence.
For the past two months, I have been a changed man. It is hard to fully describe, except to say my mood is mostly sunny and more patient than usual.
Prosecutors say two activists "invaded privacy" by secretly taping Planned Parenthood staff.
There is "no reason to pretend this is a happy day", European Council President Donald Tusk says.
The flag on the Pakistan border is to be replaced for a fourth time after being torn by the wind.
The BBC caught up with two people in Texas who are looking forward to the wall's construction.
Ex-Labor Party leader questioned a schoolboy's sexuality and derided female TV presenters.
Police, faith leaders and community groups joined together Wednesday in London for a vigil to remember the victims of the terror attack one week ago on Westminster Bridge and Parliament.