North Korea On Trump's Speech: We're done listening

North Korean officials were closely watching US President Donald Trump when he addressed the South Korean National Assembly Wednesday, but they say they weren't listening.

America's Cup: How Life Has Changed for New Zealand's Winning Sailors

They carried the weight of a nation on their shoulders and were lauded as heroes when they returned home to New Zealand after winning the America's Cup.

Delhi Urged to Declare Emergency After Third Day of Heavy Pollution

The Delhi government is being urged to declare a city-wide health emergency, as residents endured a third straight day of heavy pollution.

Saudi Arabia Fast Facts

Here's a look at Saudi Arabia, a large, oil-rich Middle Eastern country bordering Yemen, Oman, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Iraq, Jordan, the Red Sea and the Persian Gulf. Saudi Arabia is home to Islam's holiest cities, Mecca and ...

UK Minister Priti Patel Under Fire Over Secret Israel Trip

A British government minister has been summoned back to the UK from Africa amid a growing storm about undisclosed meetings with Israeli officials that threatens her future in Prime Minister Theresa May's embattled administration.

Germany's Top Court Tells Lawmakers to Recognize 'third gender'

Germany's top court ruled Wednesday that lawmakers must legally recognize a "third gender" from birth. Once a law is passed, Germany would become the first European country to offer intersex people the option of identifying as a designation other than ...

Madagascar Plague Outbreak Has Killed 133, May Be Slowing Down

The spread of a plague outbreak in Madagascar may finally be slowing down. The epidemic, which began in August, has taken the lives of 133 people and resulted in 1,836 suspected or confirmed cases.

US, Australia and South Korea Hold Joint Navy Drills

The US, Australian and South Korean navies are conducting joint exercises off South Korea intended to simulate the interception of shipments of nuclear material meant for North Korea.

Puerto Rico's Leaders Don't Know Who Has Power. We Tried to Find Out

Towns and communities across Puerto Rico are entirely without power, more than six weeks after Hurricane Maria. The island's leadership is touting restoration figures that show nearly 40% of electricity generation has resumed -- but it doesn't say how much ...

Theresa May Urges 'new culture of respect' Amid Westminster Sex Scandal

British Prime Minister Theresa May says lawmakers must embrace a "new culture of respect" in the wake of the Westminster sexual harassment scandal.

Avant-Garde Cuisine Highlights Mexican Ingredients During The Best of Cocina de Autor Riviera Maya

Mexican cuisine is experiencing a moment of explosive change, and that was apparent during Grand Velas Riviera Maya’s latest culinary festival, Best of Cocina de Autor.

Facebook, Twitter, Google Defend Their Role in Election

Silicon Valley is settling in to get grilled by Washington. Executives from Facebook, Twitter and Google testified before Congress Tuesday in the first of three hearings this week into how foreign nationals used social media to meddle in the 2016 ...

5 Things for October 31: Arresting Developments

Happy Halloween! It's sure to be a spooky one for some people in Washington. Here's what else you need to know to Get Up to Speed and Out the Door.

5 Things for October 27: JFK Files, Niger, Opioids

Which country has the world's most powerful passport? Spoiler alert: it's not the US. Here's what else you need to know to Get Up to Speed and Out the Door.

Clean-up Begins in Puerto Rico, Where Landfills Are Already Filled to Capacity

None of it was supposed to be garbage. Yet, for weeks, heaps of discarded possessions grew to towering heights across Puerto Rico.