Two soldiers made history by graduating from Army Ranger School, the Dow Jones industrial average entered correction territory, a prominent Democrat came out in support of the Iran deal, and more ...
A former president discusses his cancer, a Greek prime minister resigns, a big storm approaches, and more ...
North and South Korea, locked in one of the world’s most intractable conflicts, exchanged fire on Thursday.
The militant group executes a Syrian antiquities expert, the social-networking site for philanderers is hacked, the Army private is found guilty of violating prison rules, and more…
The Islamic State’s slaying of Khaled Asaad, 82, who refused to say where some artifacts were kept, is as much about economics as ideology.
Sunday’s crash of a Trigana Air flight in the remote Papua region is the third major aviation disaster endured by the Southeast Asian country in the last 12 months.
The Colorado Court of Appeals rules against a Christian baker; the yuan is devalued for a third straight day; and El Nino could provide the West with much-needed drought relief.
Despite assurances, the depreciation has renewed fears of a currency war.
The former secretary of state turns over her private email server to the FBI; a massive explosion in the Chinese city of Tianjin kills seven people and injured hundreds of others; and the Navajo Nation vows legal action against the EPA over a spill.
A vice premier becomes the latest victim of Kim Jong Un’s consolidation of power.
The dominant linebacker, who took his own life in 2012, is elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame under controversial circumstances.
An attack on an American-funded military group epitomizes the Obama administration’s logistical and strategic failures in the war-torn country.
A Winter Games is awarded, a vaccine is developed, and Hillary jabs at Jeb.
The IOC’s selection of Beijing as the host of its 2022 games is met with a lukewarm response.
A possible fragment of a missing plane is found, an accused cop pleads not guilty, and a magazine editor resigns in disgrace.
The discovery of a plane’s fragment—which could be part of the aircraft that disappeared in March 2014—may not bring closure to the victims’ families.
A Taliban leader is pronounced dead, a cop is indicted for murder, and hundreds of migrants flee to England.
President Obama’s advocacy for gay rights in Kenya is likely to stir up colonial resentment in the country. But he may have forced a necessary national conversation.
Turkey’s decision to attack ISIS and the U.S.-Iran nuclear deal both greatly benefit Bashar al-Assad.
A shifting strategy in Syria, more information on the killer, and the anti-discrimination law turns 25.