“What’s happening now is a powerful countervailing force where people are saying, ‘Stop the world, I want to get…
The highlights from seven days of reading about the world
Prime Minister David Cameron says he will step down by October.
The World Anti-Doping Agency suspended the lab in Rio that tests urine and blood samples just ahead of the Olympics.
From a British reader, Prasad: It’s likely that I’m going to suffer the negative consequences of Brexit…
The U.K.’s vote to leave the European Union betrays a failure of empathy and imagination among its leaders. Will America’s political establishment fare any better?
Brexit could spell the “death of a certain idea of Europe,” Mark Leonard says.
Are the referendum results binding? How long will it take Britain to get out? What happens to the rest of Europe?
Canada’s new immigration system reveals a different set of priorities—and a different way of thinking about immigration.
The regulations and trade negotiations will be a nightmare to sort out, but the scariest part right now is the uncertainty.
A glass slide 1,000 feet above the ground in Los Angeles, an emu is helped away from a California wildfire, a selfie in the 125 degrees Fahrenheit heat of Palm Springs, a Hello Kitty face grown on a melon in Japan, and much more.
The June 23 vote represents a huge popular rebellion against a future in which British people feel increasingly crowded within—and even crowded out of—their own country.
In times of uncertainty, search engines become oracles.
About 24,000 people die each year around the world—the majority of them in developing countries.
What if columnists wrote about the U.K. the way they do about the Middle East?
Led Zeppelin has won the copyright lawsuit that accused the band of stealing the melody for “Stairway to Heaven.”
President Juan Manuel Santos and Timoleon Jimenez, the head of the left-wing rebel group, announced a historic cease-fire in Havana.
Traveling back to my hometown of Orlando, I heard a sustained cry for peace, and little call for war.
Doctors Without Borders was allowed into the camp in Bama for the first time and found 1,233 recently dug graves.
A tornado and hailstorm has killed 51 people in a province north of Shanghai.