Will the nuclear agreement take effect? Consider who's supporting and opposing it.
It’s impossible to “solve” the Iranian nuclear threat. This agreement is the next best thing.
The team at Oxford University that was studying him has received more than $780,000 in donations.
Delta became the latest company to say it will stop transporting hunting trophies.
A new EPA rule is designed to withstand legal challenges from Republicans while convincing world leaders to follow suit.
A vow to defend Syrian rebels could put the United States into open conflict with Bashar al-Assad.
The winners of the 27th annual National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest have just been announced.
California Representative Adam Schiff, the ranking Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, has decided to come out in favor of the nuclear agreement.
An attack on an American-funded military group epitomizes the Obama administration’s logistical and strategic failures in the war-torn country.
Members of Colombia's younger generation say they “will not torture for tradition.”
Israeli settlers are suspected in the latest attack in the West Bank in which a Palestinian toddler was killed. But how the attack is labeled raises legal as well as semantic questions.
The IOC’s selection of Beijing as the host of its 2022 games is met with a lukewarm response.
Even when a dentist kills an adored lion, and everyone is furious, there’s loftier righteousness to be had.
An alpenhorn performance in Switzerland, a portrait of Vladimir Putin made of spent ammunition from Ukraine, Prince Charles surprised by an eagle, wildfire in California, a sunset in Crimea, and much more.
Bernie Sanders and Jeb Bush look abroad for inspiration, heralding the end of American exceptionalism.
A hawkish senator doesn't apply the lessons of Iraq
Who can devise the most convoluted way to wipe out the Islamic State?
A programmer distills four decades of migration into a three-minute song.
The discovery of a plane’s fragment—which could be part of the aircraft that disappeared in March 2014—may not bring closure to the victims’ families.
“If nobody respected the Taliban leadership anymore,” said one analyst, “then you have no one to talk to.”