The report criticized the legal basis for the UK joining the 2003 US-led invasion and said there was no imminent threat from Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein at the time.
The fatal police shooting of Alton Sterling sparks protests in Louisiana, a new Iraq war report criticizes Tony Blair's role, Snoop Dogg will headline the Democratic National Convention concert, and more.
Even the paper owned by Donald Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner is piling on the embattled Republican candidate.
Hillary Clinton may have avoided being indicted thanks to the difference between gross or intentional negligence and regular incompetence.
It's tough out there for people who support a guy who called Latinos rapists but still want to eat a burrito.
James Comey said Clinton and her staff were "extremely careless" in handling classified material, but said "no charges are appropriate in this case."
Everyone in the UK is pretty on edge right now. Here's why.
Obama is set to endorse Clinton, NASA made it to Jupiter, France is considering a new intelligence service, and more.
The worst attack saw at least two Saudi security officers killed by a suicide bomber near one of Islam's most important shrines in the holy city of Medina.
A muslim doctor was shot outside a Texas mosque, the death toll in the Baghdad bombing has risen to at least 200, China has plans for military drills in the South China Sea, and more in today's Morning Bulletin.
The attack is the deadliest since US-backed Iraqi forces last month scored a major victory when it dislodged Islamic State from their stronghold of Fallujah.
Islamic State said it was responsible for the attack, which killed mostly foreigners, inside an upmarket restaurant in Bangladesh's capital
In Iran, uploading a photo of yourself without a hijab, or a video of your singing, can be an act of protest.
A series of deadly attacks, mostly using machetes rather than guns, have targeted bloggers, atheists and religious minorities in Bangladesh in recent months.
A specialty visa program that helps Afghan translators who worked with the US military might not get renewed, leaving thousands without their promised reward.
Nguyen Thi Huong was arrested in 2014 with 2.8 kilograms of heroin hidden in bars of soap. She claims the soap was a gift.
The order blocks recent legislation that would have allowed people to refuse to provide wide-ranging services to same-sex couples by citing the religious grounds.
Biden says Sanders will endorse Clinton, Turkish police discover an ISIS cell in Istanbul, the Taiwanese navy accidentally fired a supersonic missile toward China, and more in today's Morning Bulletin.
Political prognosticators tell us the crazy scenarios that could turn the race in favor of the GOP.
Syed is currently serving life in prison for the murder of his former girlfriend in 1999.
Defense Secretary Ash Carter said Thursday that US service members would be able to serve openly and could not be discharged simply on the basis of their gender identity, effective immediately.
After much scrutiny, new guidelines say that cops in the UK can't get married to or sleep with their suspects.
A compromise bill to close the terror gap is still viable—but Republican leaders in Congress seem determined to get in the way.
History suggests there are certain criteria that allow insurgents and revolutionaries, even ones with histories of brutal behavior, to engage with the United States.