The year is 1972. An inebriated Richard Nixon is fending off table tennis balls fired towards him by Chairman Mao. Moments later, a clone of the Chinese leader takes the stage to introduce a young American.
Europe is ready to resume talks with the United States about a transatlantic trade deal. But they may already be doomed.
A stunning South Africa comeback prevented Fiji from claiming back-to-back World Rugby Sevens Series triumphs in Singapore Sunday.
The drone incursion that caused travel chaos for tens of thousands of passengers at London's Gatwick Airport last December could have been an inside job, according to British police.
A New Zealand nurse kidnapped by ISIS while working in Syria in 2013 may still be alive, the International Committee for the Red Cross (ICRC) revealed Sunday.
Finland's parliamentary election results show the Social Democratic Party (SDP) winning with 17.7% of the votes, according to CNN's local affiliate Italehti.
1. Big banks: New York might be the financial capital of the world, but China is home to the planet's mightiest banks.
Julian Assange's father has urged the Australian government to help his son, calling on them to bring the WikiLeaks founder home, in an interview with an Australian newspaper.
Salisbury, where a former Russian spy and his daughter were poisoned with the nerve agent Novichok, has been named the best place to live in the United Kingdom.
Here's what you need to know about Brexit
Staging a mass rally. Spreading fake news. Fueling caste tensions. Playing the religion card.
A US Navy sailor and a Japanese woman were found dead -- both stabbed -- on Saturday in a bloody apartment bedroom on the Japanese island of Okinawa, police there said.
The Australian wonder-horse, Winx, racked up a 33rd straight win and a third consecutive Queen Elizabeth stakes in the final race of a remarkable career on Saturday.
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