Iran's navy chief called the U.K.'s decision to join the U.S. in the Persian Gulf "a big bluff and a deceitful act that tries to make this region look unsafe, even though it is secure."
North Korean supreme leader "guided again the test-fire of newly-developed large-caliber multiple launch guided rocket system" just as the U.S. and South Korea defied him with joint exercises.
The Akademik Lomonosov is a one-of-a-kind floating power unit that will provide nuclear energy to a remote Russian town in the Arctic, but critics have made comparisons to historic disasters.
"People will be left wondering whether this was just greenwash or a monumental cock-up," a former climate change secretary said of the fast food chain's switch to paper straws in the U.K.
Clauvinho da Silva, known as Shorty, was part of the notorious Red Command gang in Rio de Janeiro.
"Look at this chart from the Trump Labor Department," Chris Wallace said. "The yellow line shows that the consumer price of tariffed goods has risen dramatically since the president started imposing them."
"Both drew on a similar repertoire of rhetorical tactics, which includes targeting the media," the professor said.
"I thought it was the noisiest thing on my phone that would probably scare it," the woman said.
North Korea said United Nations Security Council resolutions restricting its right to test missiles were an "insult, disregard and grave provocation" and it would not recognize them now or ever.
"Russia's latest weapons, including hypersonic ones, guarantee the country's ability to destroy a potential enemy," one senior Moscow lawmaker wrote.
The U.S. is becoming increasingly unhappy, according to the latest edition of the annual World Happiness Report.
Western European cities dominate Mercer's annual Quality of Living survey. The top U.S. city comes in at 34th.
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"I think it's very hard for her," British journalist Angela Levin said.
The president said that North Korean supreme leader Kim Jong Un's trio of missile tests in the past month "are not a violation of our signed Singapore agreement."
"Every time I come back on here on MSNBC, you've got to talk to me about these issues," Gabbard told host Yasmin Vossoughian.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, recently sanctioned by the U.S., warned that global "commerce & power are shifting" away from the West.
Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte lashed out at Senator Dick Gordon for criticizing as "dangerous" the appointment of former military officers to senior government roles.
The Chinese People's Liberation Army Hong Kong Garrison released a clip displaying not only their guns blazing, but also warships and aircraft as part of their "anti-riot" techniques.
Kushner reportedly did not meet with any Palestinian leaders, who believe his peace plan favors Israel.
North Korea's latest weapon was partially censored in these photos, but if you take Kim Jong Un's word for it, it's "an inescapable distress."
There's one thing you can do online that is universally considered downright cruel: to unfollow someone. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle just did exactly that on Instagram.