Report: Signals detected from EgyptAir Flight 804 in Mediterranean
(CNN) Airbus has detected signals from the Mediterranean Sea where EgyptAir Flight 804 crashed last week, Egypt's state-run Al Ahram news agency reported Thursday. The signals were emitted by the plane's emergency locator transmitter, a device that can ...
France sends underwater probes to EgyptAir search zone
EgyptAir crash: Hundreds at Cairo vigil for victims
EgyptAir Flight 804 Update: Signal Detected, Possible Discovery Of Fuselage
Obama's Nuclear Paradox: Pushing For Cuts, Agreeing To Upgrades
President Obama came into office with a dream of a world without nuclear weapons, and he's sure to touch on this theme Friday when he becomes the first sitting U.S. president to visit Hiroshima, site of the world's first atomic bombing. Yet Obama also ...
Obama ready to face historic, haunted ground of Hiroshima
Obama's shameful apology tour lands in Hiroshima
Obama to make history, stirs debate with Hiroshima visit
The Latest: G-7 Leaders Pledge to Tackle Global Growth
New York Times
The leaders of the Group of Seven advanced economies have pledged to "collectively tackle" major risks to global growth, including direct political threats to the international order from terrorist attacks, violent extremism and refugee flows. G-7 ...
G7 leaders pledge collective action on sagging global growth
G7 agrees need strong message on South China Sea; China says don't 'hype'
Japanese Stocks Rise on Reports Abe Will Delay Hike to Sales Tax
Voice of America
Pilot's Release Seen Unlikely to Aid Russia's Relations With West
Voice of America
May 26, 2016 8:41 PM. MOSCOW—. Both the Kremlin and some of its opponents expressed doubt Thursday that the freeing of Ukrainian pilot Nadiya Savchenko in exchange for two Russian servicemen captured in eastern Ukraine will dramatically improve ...
Savchenko's return heralds new turmoil in Ukraine
L. TODD WOOD: Markets return a negative verdict on Obama's Russian sanctions
Some Rare Good News
In Brazil's political crisis, a powerful new force: Evangelical Christians
RIO DE JANEIRO — As he struggles to build support for his presidency, Brazil's new leader, Michel Temer, has been dogged by the kind of character issue that pollsters refer to as “a strong negative.” Temer, rumor has it, is a devil worshiper. The ...
Evangelicals in Brazil Find Their Way Amid Nation's Political Turmoil
Commentary: Here's what really went wrong with Brazil's economy
Recordings Put Pressure on Allies of Brazil's Acting Leader