Authorities have reportedly detained two suspects after an attack on police and security offices that killed three cops and a civilian in Almaty on Monday.
The newly released footage from a June traffic stop shows two unidentified officers fatally shooting Dylan Noble, a white man who the cops thought was armed.
President Enrique Peña Nieto has blocked legislations that reportedly aim to protect the outgoing governors of Veracruz and Quintana Roo from corruption allegations.
Conservative politician Andrea Leadsom withdrew her name from the race on Monday, leaving party rival Theresa May as the only remaining candidate to become the head of Britain's government.
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.
Turkish police detained 13 people in raids across Istanbul in connection with Tuesday's attack, with officials saying the attackers were from Russia, Uzbekistan, and Kyrgyzstan.
The former London mayor unexpectedly announced he would not run to succeed David Cameron, who quit last week after failing to persuade British voters to stay in the EU.
Two bombers attacked buses carrying police cadets on their way to the capital on Thursday, killing 27 people and wounding dozens more on the western outskirts of Kabul.
Pakistani religious figures take a step in the direction of transgender acceptance.
The justices will decide on whether a 2013 Texas law placed an undue burden on women exercising their right to abortion, in one of three remaining cases left of the court's term.
Humanitarian workers discovered 24,000 people sheltering in a makeshift camp in a former militant stronghold, with more than 1,200 dead and hundreds of starving children.
A missile launched toward Japan by the reclusive nation soared to new heights, achieving a technological advance after a series of failures.
More than 50 State Department officials have signed a memo sharply criticizing the Obama Administration's policy in the Syrian civil war.
The advance comes four weeks into a US-backed offensive to recapture Fallujah from the militant group.
The United States told allies on Wednesday it was reexamining plans to cut its troop numbers in Afghanistan next year as other NATO forces committed to stay on to help fight a resurgent Taliban.
According to law enforcement officials, a search of the suspect's car turned up several weapons, ammunition and explosive powder.
The brigades have advanced more swiftly than many expected on the Islamic State's stronghold in Libya, though their progress has been hampered by suicide bombers, mines and snipers.
A Virginia man who allegedly trained with Islamic State for nearly one month earlier this year was charged with providing material support to the militant group, the US Department of Justice said in a complaint unsealed on Thursday.
US President Barack Obama formally endorsed fellow Democrat Hillary Clinton for president on Thursday, describing himself as eager to get out and campaign for her.
Officer Caesar Goodson Jr. is facing several charges, including second-degree depraved heart murder. It's a key moment in the aftermath of a death that shook Baltimore and the United States.