All eyes are now on Lee Hsien Loong and the PAP, will things change following Lee Kuan Yew's death?
Ed Miliband gave a strong defence of his record and told Paxman he believed his party could win an outright majority.
Saudi Arabia has rounded up Sunni allies from across the Middle East in the biggest Arab coalition in recent history.
As Egyptian leader Gamal Abdel Nasser learned in the 1960s, wading into Yemen may not end well.
Miliband struggled to bounce back from Cameron's no-VAT tax increase promise at PMQs.
Previous legislation was vague and open to abuse, and today's decision is a vital step forward.
As Ted Cruz becomes the first Republican candidate to declare his 2016 presidential ambitions, we look at how his potential rivals stack up.
US dollar has risen more than 25% against international currencies since summer 2013.
Tunis massacre certainly didn´t come out of nowhere - Isis had been orchestrating violence for months.
With anti-Arab comments, opposition to Palestinian state and Obama spat, new prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu has made a prickly bed - now he will have to lie in it
Many are speculating about an exit scam, but the dust has yet to settle on the story.
Benjamn Netanyahu's campaign for re-election was a bitter one: IBTImesUK looks at five things the Israeli prime minister may regret saying
John Kerry said US companies are ready to invest but Gulf states pledged billions of dollars.
Hackers are selling malware via dark web black markets that can exploit the inherent security weaknesses on PCs to break their way in to smartphones
Years of 'reform' and 'privatisation' saw many a protesting group of workers demand imprisonment for men such as Nemtsov.