How those three little words sound around the world
And why stopping it requires that governments get out of the way
The highlights from seven days of reading about the world
A robotic road safety worker in India, a sacrificial llama in Bolivia, a sea otter receives a valentine, a deadly earthquake in Taiwan, a leopard attack in India, and much more.
The Clean Power Plan is in bad shape, but the planet might not be.
He and others are alleged to have taken part in an event at the prestigious university that critics are calling “anti-national.”
The fighting in Syria will pause next week and aid will be delivered to those who need it most—under a deal announced Friday.
What romance can teach us about the right way to wage war
“In the end, if it isn’t a duck, it shouldn’t quack like a duck,”—Deepika Bahri, who teaches postcolonial…
More than 500,000 people were homeless in the United States at the end of last year. Many who find themselves living on the streets find a level of community and security in homeless encampments.
In Turkey, Syrians’ crushed expectations meet the world’s indifference.
Today’s empires are born on the web, and exert tremendous power in the material world.
Why the Syrian war—and the future of Europe—may hinge on one city
North Korea has frozen the South’s assets at the Kaesong Industrial Complex and called Seoul’s suspension of activities there a “dangerous declaration of war.”
When four American women were murdered during El Salvador’s dirty war, a young U.S. official and his unlikely partner risked their lives to solve the case.
The feds sue Ferguson: U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch announced that the Justice Department is suing the Missouri city…
Here's an idea: Throw the country out of the United Nations.
A reader writes: My father is Cuban. He was born very very rich. Fidel Castro took over…
Summer sun reaches the Southern hemisphere: It’s a chilly afternoon up here…
The French foreign minister called Washington’s approach ambiguous while Turkey’s president accused it of siding with terrorists.