American presidents have a lot of leeway in making executive orders, but some of their decisions may have unexpected consequences.
The FBI’s seizure of sensitive documents from Donald Trump’s Florida estate poses a frightening scenario for intelligence professionals, according to experts.
The flooding of homes, businesses and subway stations during some of the heaviest rainfalls in decades in South Korea’s capital Seoul has been likened to the disastrous deluge depicted in the Oscar-winning movie Parasite.
It has been a year since girls in Afghanistan were stopped from going to school and some have come up with unique ways to combat it.
The world’s largest democracy celebrates 75 years of independence but critics say its democratic foundations are under attack like never before.
Experts warn that Canada’s relatively permissive voluntary dying laws lack some basic safeguards for the disabled.
A drop in the oil price sees the US national average gas price drop below $4, but there are other factors behind the fluctuations.
Things are likely to get worse before they get better in Argentina as analysts project that inflation this year will likely be higher than 90%.
Far-right leader Giorgia Meloni is the favourite in the Italian elections in September but remains dogged by claims her party has never fully condemned the country’s fascist past.
Russia has undertaken a covert recruitment effort that includes using prisoners to make up the manpower shortage in its invasion of Ukraine.