“There is no alternative” to the 2015 deal that President Trump has rejected and Iran is backing away from, the European Union’s foreign policy chief said.
By Matina Stevis-Gridneff
In bitter court fight, Bethany Vierra accused her ex-husband of abuse and drug use. He fought back with pictures of her in a bikini and with her hair uncovered.
By Vivian Yee
Many called for the dismissal of the new minister, Rafael Peretz, after he endorsed a discredited practice intended to change sexual orientation.
By Isabel Kershner
In exchange, Iran would be asked to guarantee the oil will not go to Syria.
By David D. Kirkpatrick
The fatal shooting of a black teenager by the Israeli police has set off angry protests in a community that has faced a long history of discrimination.
By David M. Halbfinger and Isabel Kershner
The House passed a provision that would require the president to get Congress’s approval before authorizing military force against Iran.
By Catie Edmondson
The major reduction in troops by the Emiratis, the military linchpin of the Saudi-led war in Yemen, is a belated recognition that the war is no longer winnable.
By Declan Walsh and David D. Kirkpatrick
Gen. Mark A. Milley’s comments came during his Senate confirmation hearing for chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
By Thomas Gibbons-Neff
A July 2 airstrike in Libya killed more than 50 migrants and refugees at a detention center. Our investigation found that they were being held less than 100 yards from a weapons depot that had been struck two months earlier.
By Evan Hill
Amid rising tensions in the gulf, the Iranian vessels turned away only after receiving warnings from a British Navy ship, the government said.