The New Hampshire presidential primary: Our politics team is tracking the polls, the color, and the results of the latest…
Fifty-four people were arrested and dozens injured in clashes that began after police tried to clear hawkers from the streets on the first night of Chinese New Year.
Recent images of carnivals around the world, including images from Spain, Brazil, Italy, Germany, Lithuania, Bolivia, and more.
In electing a pop star, whose five-year term ended Sunday, Haitians may have been ahead of the curve.
The satirist Karl Sharro has designed a building using only journalistic and political clichés. It’s a perfect storm and dizzying…
Facebook suffers a blow from regulators in India, proving that the fight for an open web is more than an abstraction.
At least 10 people are dead and dozens hurt in the crash in Bavaria.
The Swedish prosecutor’s office says it is working on a renewed request to interview the Wikileaks founder at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London.
The French capital has embarked on the most ambitious new subway project in the Western world.
The country’s growth is slowing. The wrong response might make the problem worse.
The high stakes and high price of popping the question
Europe’s refugee crisis: Greece’s defense minister is seeking a deal with Turkey that would allow European Union border-control officers to…
Interventions that claim to help noncombatants must account for how they are actually being harmed.
Authoritarian leaders like the Gambia's Yahya Jammeh seem to relish the West's wealth. Why doesn’t the United States use that against them?
In Homs, Syria, where entire city blocks have been reduced to rubble by years of civil war, a Syrian wedding photographer thought of using the destruction of the city as a backdrop for pictures of newlywed couples “to show that life is stronger than death.”
Regulators have banned the company’s Free Basics program and services like it that provide limited Internet access in developing countries.
That’s what a fiercely pro-choice reader did: I was 18 or 19 and living in Spain around…
Another 27 died Monday. As of February 5, this year alone 374 asylum-seekers have died or are missing.
Dozens of people were trapped in the rubble of an apartment building that collapsed after a powerful earthquake this weekend.
The reclusive country launched a long-range missile into space Saturday night, defying international warnings.