Renters cannot be held accountable for urine-related damage to their bathrooms, a German court has ruled.
In his State of the Union, Obama asked Congress and the public to support a campaign that none of them want to own—not even him.
Shortly before 9/11, officials foresaw a fundamental shift in the nature of power.
Did the directors of The Interview have a better option?
A survey shows which countries matter more to U.S. policymakers—and which matter less
Three years of conflict have literally plunged the country into darkness.
After Ferguson, the president is betting millions on a technology that's still being tested around the world.
Estonia has begun issuing digital identities to people around the world, starting with the journalist Edward Lucas.
What the author of 'Getting to Yes' makes of the latest delay in reaching a deal with Tehran.
Sometimes a photo of a white van parked under English flags isn't just a photo of a white van parked under English flags
What happens when The Daily Show moves away from the green screen and into the real world? Jon Stewart's Rosewater.
What price will the U.S. ultimately pay to neutralize the Islamic State?
A travelers' guide to counting countries
Obama is losing his battle with perpetual war.
What role did the U.S. play in the overthrow of Salvador Allende?
Who's responsible for bad architecture?
On the work of the American journalist murdered by ISIS
A response to the Boistö Group's 24-step agenda for resolving the crisis
Mapping the world's displaced people
How the extremist group turns social networks into echo chambers