MOSCOW Russia will not hand back control of Crimea to Ukraine, Russia’s foreign ministry said on Wednesday, responding to comments from the White House that the United States expected the Black Sea peninsula to be returned.
WASHINGTON President Donald Trump will host Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the White House on Wednesday, their first meeting since the inauguration and one that promises to shape the contours of Middle East policy for the years ahead.
The nickname ‘Baby Fed’ has not sat well with Grigor Dimitrov who is now “very much his own player” with realistic ambitions of lifting a maiden Grand Slam title, believes Mark Petchey.
LIMA, Peru — A former Peruvian president is a fugitive, charged with taking bribes. In Colombia, prosecutors say its president’s re-election campaign accepted dirty money. And intelligence agents in
Germany’s Philipp Kohlschreiber knocked out eighth seed Lucas Pouille in the first round of the ABN Amro World Tennis Tournament in Rotterdam.
Alex Noren is excited to be involved in golf history this week at the ISPS HANDA World Super 6 Perth, where an alternative finish will be trialed on the European Tour for the first time.
From a celebrity near-ace to a stunning eagle, we look back at the shots of the week from the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am and the Maybank Championship.
Great Britain have been given a tough away draw against Romania in the Fed Cup World Group II play-offs.
PARIS — Insults and rumors keep coming: His speeches are too long and full of feel-good banalities. He does not have a real program. His time in government was a failure.
BUCHAREST, Romania — Exactly one week after the largest protests in a quarter of a century rocked Romania, an estimated 70,000 demonstrators filled the square outside the main government building in Bucharest on Sunday evening, determined to show those in power that the crisis was far from over.