Turkey’s leader was once imprisoned for reciting a poem. Now he wants to jail a German satirist for doing the same.
What the Republican front-runner's proposed border-wall tells us about his America-First ideology
Is the British government’s response to a naming contest tyrannical? Or the very definition of the democratic process?
The impeachment of Dilma Rousseff is occurring in one of the most politically fragmented countries on earth.
Pope Francis says people are becoming more apathetic to the suffering of others. Is he right?
What the Panama Papers don’t reveal may be more important than what they do.
The Republican front-runner has released new details on his plan. Here’s an attempt to take it, and his foreign policy, seriously.
A very close look at the U.S. military’s award for service in Syria and Iraq
Lost in the debate about Obama's visit to Havana is whether America should isolate enemies in the first place.
An expert boils down the Brussels attacks to one word: territory.
“People want Saint Obama to work miracles.”
Obama has sent the first direct mail between Cuba and the U.S. in five decades. But it's not the first historic letter between the countries.
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Barack Obama’s analogies for the Islamic State have come a long way in the last couple of years. In a…
How those three little words sound around the world
Governments are telling women to postpone pregnancy during the Zika outbreak. What happens if they do?
One upside of talking to enemies
“The people do not need to be afraid,” Indonesia’s Joko Widodo said.
A journalist who spoke with bin Laden reflects on Sean Penn’s conversation with el Chapo.