World in 2

World in 2

Scotland pushes for a second independence referendum and European energy firms tout plans for an artificial island and 7,000 wind turbines in the North Sea.
Turkish President Reccep Erdogan used a campaign rally on Sunday to equate the Dutch government with 'Nazis.' March 12, 2017.

Turkish President Reccep Erdogan had hoped to hold rallies across Europe to drum up support for a constitutional rewrite among Turkish ex-pats.

As the President moves to repeal Obama-era environmental regulations, does it matter if the U.S. remains a member of the global climate treaty?

WASHINGTON -- Norma McCorvey -- a desperate, 22-year-old addict when she decided to have an abortion in Texas in 1970 who went on to become the Jane Roe in the Supreme Court’s landmark Roe...

Asylum seekers crossing the U.S.-Canada border in recent days could become the human face for a new review of U.S. refugee law.

A Kenyan court blocks government plans to close the Dadaab refugee camp, Japan announces dismal asylum data and a Dutch abortion funds gathers support.

Judges pressed a government attorney for evidence linking citizens of seven countries targeted by a travel to domestic terror incidents. There wasn't any.

The controversial law, passed in a heated session in the Knesset, will face scrutiny in the Israeli court system and has already drawn international rebuke.

Refugee arrivals from Turkey dropped by 98% in 2016. Libya is the new front line for EU leaders wishing to stem the flow of refugees heading to Europe.

Donald Trump has threatened to pull back U.S. support for the U.N., but could the President-elect unleash new U.N. cooperation by strengthening ties with Russia?