What's behind the latest surge in political violence, and what Canadians can do about it
One photographer's search for beauty and calm amid conflict
Five years after being firewalled, the company and its founder have not given up on China.
While Syrian officials seem sure the two planes were wiped out, others remain uncertain.
ISIS has made at least $20 million in ransom this year and millions more in oil revenues, the Treasury Department said Thursday.
Ahead of the anniversary of a protest against the ban on female drivers, the country is warning women not to get behind the wheel again.
A collection of front pages from the day after a deadly terrorist attack in the capital.
A look inside recruitment of kid soldiers in the Syrian war and the Islamic State's 'School of Jihad.'
This Diwali, India is boosting stagnant ticket sales by spreading the joys of three-hour song and dance flicks to foreign shores.
Switzerland will petition the United Nations to include its signature singing style as an "intangible" site of human culture.
ISIS's online recruitment efforts have attracted the interest of young people far outside the Middle East.
The country says it disapproves of the American weapons drop over Kobani because some arms fell into ISIS hands. But Ankara's protest is really about something else.
Eight people were injured and one Israeli child died Wednesday when a Palestinian man slammed a car into a light rail stop.
Though the country has no Second Amendment, the struggle to control firearms has been a fraught one.
Midnight matches? Flying robot clouds? The organization's suggestions for dealing with Qatar's desert climate in 2022 have been at once creative and preposterous.
This is what globalization looks like.
The big-tent principle applied to a former U.S. senator and a current U.S. adversary
The latest shooting highlights militants' attempts to goad Israel into invading Egypt. But that's unlikely to happen.
One soldier was killed when a gunman opened fire at the National War Memorial outside the Canadian parliament building in Ottawa.
The legendary Washington Post chief, who died on Tuesday at 93, enlivened the newspaper and the nation's capital alike.
Authorities arrested Jeffrey Fowle at an airport while he attempted to leave the country. His crime: leaving a bible in his hotel.