Syrian troops and allied forces are readying for an attack against insurgents “soon.”
A look into the theories behind The Washington Post reporter’s trial and guilty verdict
Over the weekend, reclusive North Korea held a massive military parade and numerous other mass performances to commemorate the 70th anniversary of its ruling Workers’ Party, inviting foreign media to cover the event in Pyongyang.
The alarming normalcy of a society split into mutually distrustful camps
Let me start by pointing out that what we broadly call the global refugee crisis refers specifically to the more…
Three Israelis were killed and 20 others were wounded in multiple attacks in Israel and across Jerusalem.
Syria is now more than four years into a civil war, which began in the midst of the Arab Spring…
A Dutch Safety Board report said the Malaysian Airlines plane was brought down by a Russian-made missile, but did not assign blame.
An Ásatrú temple is opening in Reykjavik for the first time in a millennium.
In the flurry of intra-Republican Party warfare last week, there was one clearly positive development. That was the decision…
Zimbabwean authorities reversed course on Monday, deciding against charging the American who poached the country’s beloved lion.
In a confrontational interview on 60 Minutes, the president defended his Middle East policy after Russian involvement in Syria.
The story of a strange linguistic coincidence
Scott Kelly sees pumpkin spice: #EarthArt Looks like #PumpkinSpice has officially taken…
The Islamic State has made enemies of most of the world. So how is it still winning?
What happens when the crowds go home?
“To be Cuban and Jewish is to be twice survivors.”
Suicide bombers targeted a pro-Kurdish peace protest in Ankara, killing at least 95.
And why today’s dream doesn’t export as well as the original
No defensible moral framework regards foreigners as less deserving of rights than people born in the right place at the right time.