Erdogan: Turkey can't be tried by US 'virtual courts'

Turkey cannot be tried by "virtual courts" in the United States, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said, a thinly-veiled response to the testimony of a gold trader with ties to the Turkish government who said Erdogan played a role in a scheme to help Iran avoid U.S. and UN sanctions.

Alternative Thanksgiving: 6 ideas for new traditions

Want to make Norman Rockwell roll over in his grave? This Thanksgiving, take your hand out of the turkey's body cavity and turn off the football game to make some new, alternative traditions and travel plans with friends and family.

Turkish capital bans LGBT events

The governor of Turkey's capital, Ankara, has banned all public events relating to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) issues, citing fears they could "provoke hatred and hostility."

Two arrested for brawl outside Turkish ambassador's residence

Two men were arrested by federal law enforcement agents early Wednesday morning in connection with a violent altercation that occurred outside the Turkish ambassador's residence in Washington, DC last month, according to the US Marshals Fugitive Task Force.

Enes Kanter's father detained in Turkey

The father of Turkish NBA player Enes Kanter has been detained "as a part of the ongoing investigation into FETO," according to Turkey's official news agency, Anadolu.