An Indian businessman charged with making a bomb threat at a Mumbai airport claims he was misheard by a telephone operator while asking for the “Bom-Del status” – the status of his Bombay-to-Delhi flight.
By Malfrid Braut-Hegghammer North Korea was considered too poor, authoritarian and vulnerable to succeed with its nuclear and missile programs. And yet Pyongyang has acquired advanced nuclear weapons —
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WASHINGTON (AP) — In the first month of Donald Trump’s presidency, an American scholar quietly met with North Korean officials and relayed a message: The new administration in Washington appreciated an
By David Weigel David Weigel National reporter covering politics Email Bio Follow New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio (D) began his second term Monday by decrying a “new dawn of divisiveness” in the United
CHICAGO—The nation’s third-largest city ended 2017 with 650 murders, about 15% fewer homicides than a year earlier but still an unusually high number of killings during a period when other big cities seen
By Shaiq Hussain and Annie Gowen Annie Gowen National correspondent Email Bio Follow Pakistan's defense minister responded angrily Monday to an early-morning tweet by President Trump that accused America's