What it's like for a foreigner to visit the totally familiar, totally bizarre Hermit Kingdom
The national security advisor responds to reports that the relationship is at an all-time low.
How much do people know about their own country's demographics? Very little, it turns out.
Treasury undersecretary David Cohen on using finance to fight terrorism
After years of controversy, the soda maker is moving its factory from the Palestinian territory to southern Israel.
A Chinese plane was not allowed to land at some Chinese airports. Why that matters.
At least 100 were buried alive in the latest natural disaster to hit the South Asian country.
After Michael Sata passed away Tuesday night, Vice President Guy Scott will serve as interim president.
Mohammad Ali Baryalei was a senior jihadist recruiter, personally responsible for bringing in over 30 of the approximately 60 Australians now fighting for the Islamic State.
Attorney General Jesus Murillo Karam put some minds at ease when he announced to reporters, "We have the people who carried out the abduction of these individuals."
Chow Yun-Fat, a supporter of the protests, and Jackie Chan, who is pro-Beijing, reflect Hong Kong's current political schizophrenia.
The Obama administration's anger is "red-hot" over Israel's settlement policies, and the Netanyahu government openly expresses contempt for Obama's understanding of the Middle East. Profound changes in the relationship may be coming.
As the president testifies in Rome, one of Europe's largest economies continues its struggle against organized crime.
In the coming days, additional fighters, believed to be 150 in total, will arrive in Kobani to defend the city against ISIS.
An artist films Tehranis opening up about what scares them.
"Normalcy" returns to Toronto politics as John Tory is elected to replace troubled mayor Rob Ford.
The group's newest propaganda videos seem intended to directly counter Western media reports and spin them in a different light.
Pro tip: Just don't bother shaving.
Hungarian protesters held up their mobile phones and hurled old computer equipment in opposition to the tariff and Prime Minister Viktor Orban's plans.
American and British forces pulled out of the province, effectively ending operations in one of most violent parts of the country.
America is partnering with Iran to fight the Islamic State, whether the U.S. admits it or not.