Arby's is offering roast beef die-hards a chance to wear an Arby's sandwich for life. Buzz60's Tony Spitz has the details.
China's agriculture ministry said an outbreak of the African swine virus poses a threat to the country's $128 billion pork industry.
Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu called his Israeli counterpart, Avigdor Lieberman, later on Tuesday to say that Israel is “fully to blame” for the deaths, the ministry said.
China said it will take “counter-measures” to President Donald Trump’s decision to raise tariffs on $200 billion of Chinese imports.
South Korean President Moon Jae-in's arrival comes as he tries to both help resolve a stalemate with the US over North Korea’s nuclear program, as well as bring new momentum to his efforts to improve inter-Korean relations and expand economic ties with Pyongyang.
Relatives say that undercover soldiers burst into Mohammed Remawi’s room in a pre-dawn raid on Tuesday.
State Department to cap admissions of refugees fleeing war, violence and persecution at lowest point ever: 30,000On
Next year's cap on refugees is down from 45,000 set last year, which was already the lowest since Congress passed the Refugee Act in 1980.
A caribou was found at a gold mine in Canada. Experts say it likely walked the earth 50,000 years ago.
Israeli news anchor Yonit Levi asked Lewinsky if she still expected a personal apology from Clinton over the fallout from the scandal of their affair 20 years ago.
Monica Lewinsky said she abruptly left a Jerusalem speaking event because the interviewer asked an “off limits” question about former President Bill Clinton.
U.S. Army Gen. Scott Miller, who assumed command of NATO’s Resolute Support operation on Sunday, said the American who died had volunteered for duty in Afghanistan to protect his country.
Firefighters worked to put out the blaze at the esteemed National Museum in northern Rio, which houses artefacts from Egypt, Greco-Roman art and some of the first fossils found in Brazil.
Two Reuters journalists were sentenced to seven years in prison in Myanmar, convicted of possessing state secrets in a case that many believe was retribution for reporting on a massacre of 10 Rohingya men.
An Afghan citizen, 19, had a “terrorist motive” for allegedly stabbing two Americans in Amsterdam, city authorities in the Dutch capital said Saturday.