Democrats to subpoena White House for Ukraine documents

House Democratic leaders warned the White House Wednesday to expect a subpoena demanding documents on President Donald Trump’s dealings with Ukraine, accusing the administration of “flagrant disregard” of previous requests and saying that refusal could be considered an impeachable offense.

North Korea fires projectiles days before resuming US talks

North Korea fired projectiles toward its eastern sea Wednesday, South Korea's military and Japan's government said, in an apparent display of its expanding military capabilities ahead of planned nuclear negotiations with the United States this weekend.

North Korea says nuclear talks with US to resume this weekend

(AP) -- North Korea and the United States have agreed to resume nuclear negotiations this weekend following a months-long stalemate over the withdrawal of sanctions in exchange for disarmament, a senior North Korean diplomat said Tuesday.

'World's largest underwater theme park' opens in Bahrain, features sunken Boeing 747

Dive Bahrain, which bills itself as “the world’s largest underwater theme park,” has officially opened for visitors, with under-the-sea attractions including a sunken Boeing 747 and soon-to-be-finished additions such as statues, an artificial coral reef, and “a replica of a traditional Bahraini pearl merchant's house.”

German court rules hangovers are an 'illness'

In a ruling booze drinkers will appreciate, a German court has determined that a hangover is an illness in a case against the maker of a food supplement marketed as an "anti-hangover drink."