Meeting Xi Jinping in China, Governor Jerry Brown steps up as the global face of progressive climate policy in the US.
The opposition and analysts however say the alleged attack could be a hoax
The United States, the biggest financial contributor to UN peacekeeping, had sought a nearly $1 billion cut to the bill and the European Union had also pushed for savings
The fake Time cover is on display in several of the president's golf clubs
(UPDATED) The 3-day visit is his first since becoming leader in 2013 and comes at a time when there are growing fears that Beijing is threatening semi-autonomous Hong Kong's freedoms
(UPDATED) Members of the House of Commons will vote on the Conservative leader's legislative plans – the Queen's Speech – in a key test of whether she can stay in power
Qatari FM: 'This is contrary to the principles that govern international relations because you can't just present lists of demands and refuse to negotiate'
The offer comes a day after China rejected criticism over its treatment of Liu, as the United States urges Beijing to give the paroled activist freedom to move
Three residents talk about their hopes, dreams and fears, as the anniversary of the July 1, 1997, handover approaches
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson seeks to help resolve the stubborn Qatar crisis, amid concerns that Saudi Arabia's unyielding stance could foil the effort
(UPDATED) He did not say when the alleged attack is supposed to have occurred, and said no one was injured and that the grenades failed to detonate
Huang Rulun, who donated P1.4 billion to the Duterte government to build drug rehabilitation centers, is being investigated by Chinese authorities for bribery, according to reports
Temer: 'I will not allow myself to be accused of crimes that I did not commit. My intention is to work for Brazil. I will not shirk the battles.'
Sturgeon says she will 'reset' the timetable for holding a referendum by spring 2019, when Britain is scheduled to leave the European Union
The Senate delay is a huge blow to Trump and Republican lawmakers who have spent the last 7 years plotting an end to the ACA, commonly known as Obamacare
Ilocos Norte Provincial Board members approve the resolution against House Majority Leader Rodolfo Fariñas, who says he will sue the local officials
The grants will aim to help cities solve problems in key areas including education, climate change and public health
The 20th anniversary of the Hong Kong handover comes at a time when many fear the semi-autonomous city's freedoms are being lost to an ever more assertive Beijing
Almost 20 years since the city was handed back to China under a deal that made it semi-autonomous, colonial emblems have become a symbol of protest
The two leaders pledge their quest for economic growth will strengthen rather than undermine ties between the world's two largest democracies
(UPDATED) Prosecutor General Rodrigo Janot accuses Temer of receiving a 500,000-real (about $150,000) bribe from the boss of a meatpacking company implicated in a corruption scandal
(UPDATED) As Democrats have united in opposition to the draft, Republican leaders have struggled to rally enough support from within their ranks to get the bill over the line
The UN statement says the FARC had handed over all of its more than 7,000 weapons, excluding 'those that under the roadmap will be used for security in the 26 camps' until August 1
(UPDATED) The decision is a win for Donald Trump, who insists the ban is necessary for national security, despite criticism that it singles out Muslims in violation of the US constitution
The agreement with the ultra-conservative Northern Irish party is signed after more than two weeks of negotiations following her disastrous showing in the June 8 general election
A lot of things depend on the clarity of the Supreme Court decision in saying not only what martial law is not, but also what it includes
Examine the personalities of most social media celebrities. Many have had a history of self-promotion, hucksterism, and even exhibitionism.
The provincial officials' lawyer Estelito Mendoza urges the Court of Appeals to grant their petition for a writ of habeas corpus
(UPDATED) Liu Xiaobo was diagnosed with terminal liver cancer last May 23 and was released days later, his lawyer says
High-profile student campaigner Joshua Wong and a dozen demonstrators attach the black cloth to the giant golden bauhinia flower on Hong Kong's harborfront in an early morning protest
The White House declines to comment on speculation that a pivotal US Supreme Court justice might announce his retirement
It will be Xi's first visit to Hong Kong since the head of the Communist Party became president in 2013
The Barden Bellas are back to perform one more time
Pyongyang's official Rodong Sinmun newspaper claims Trump is toying with the idea of a preemptive strike on North Korea to divert attention from a domestic political crisis
The president seizes on the result of a closely-watched special election in Georgia as a vote of confidence
The Organization of American States fails to advance a plan to deal with Venezuela as it wraps up a meeting where the country's raging crisis took center stage
The changes come just hours after MoDem leader Francois Bayrou, who lent crucial support to Macron during the presidential campaign, said he is stepping down to fight allegations that his small party misused European Parliament funds
(UPDATED) The extent to which Beijing can influence Pyongyang is a key issue in trying to defuse the North Korea crisis
Twitter users posted pictures of the queen's blue hat decorated with flowers with yellow centers alongside an image of the blue flag of the EU
(UPDATED) The British parliament opens in the aftermath of an election that weakened Prime Minister Theresa May's authority and tragedies that have shaken the nation
The European Union will kick off a battle for the right to host two London-based EU agencies after Britain leaves the bloc
(UPDATED) The naming of Mohammed bin Salman as crown prince completes a gradual removal of powers from the previous prince Mohammed bin Nayef, who has been fired
In a report the Federal Supreme Court says Temer – who is away in Russia – benefited from bribe funds, even if he did so using someone else to collect or deposit the bribes
(UPDATED) Republican Karen Handel wins a fierce, closely-watched special congressional election in Georgia, US media project, salvaging a seat in traditional conservative territory
Just as the FARC enters the final stretch in its long march to peace, reminders of the old conflict erupt, raising concerns for the contested peace drive
Attorney General Ali bin Fetais al-Marri, says the case 'is very clear' that the alleged hacking emanated from 'countries responsible for the siege'
The incident prompts growing international concern over rising tensions between the the US-led coalition and pro-Syrian-regime forces
The committee on good government asks appellate court justices to explain their order for the provisional release of the Ilocos Norte officials detained by the House
The good government committee tells the officials, 'If you’re not willing to answer any questions, wala po kaming magagawa kundi ibalik kayo sa detention cell'