A mob recently killed a 50-year-old Muslim man. His alleged crime? Eating beef.
Somewhere in Europe, a man who goes by the name “Mikro” spends his days and nights targeting Islamic State supporters on Twitter.
A new report details a black market in nuclear materials.
Also banned along with Sepp Blatter for 90 days are Michel Platini and Jérôme Valcke.
Here are the best quotes we heard from our sources today. (Click through to read the full stories.) …
A spike in violent attacks on Wednesday make renewed conflict between Israelis and Palestinians impossible to ignore.
The U.S. military changed a recent flightpath to avoid Russian aircraft.
Doctors Without Borders wants a never-before-used mechanism of the Geneva Conventions to investigate the U.S. airstrike that killed 22 people.
It's my favorite time of year once again—the autumnal equinox took place a couple weeks ago, marking the end of summer and the start of fall across the Northern Hemisphere.
News reports say FIFA’s ethics committee has recommended Sepp Blatter be suspended amid a Swiss criminal investigation into the president of soccer’s governing body.
We’re following this story and will update it when we learn more: BREAKING: Sepp Blatter suspended from…
The Defense Ministry said 26 medium-range cruise missiles were fired into Syria from ships nearly 1,000 miles away.
Operation Sophia allows the EU’s navy to board, search, seize, and divert vessels suspected of being used for human traffickers.
#EarthArt Earth rocks #YearInSpace A photo posted by Scott Kelly (@stationcdrkelly) on…
Fourteen years ago in The Atlantic, and three months after the September 11 attacks, Bruce Hoffman wrote on terrorism and…
Iran is threatening to boycott the Frankfurt Book Fair over Rushdie’s keynote address. Iranian authors stand to lose the most.
An Economist index ranks the best places to die, and details the huge difference made by one doctor in Mongolia.
I won’t linger on this, but the Obama administration has made a real botch of Syria, misreading the Arab Spring…
National Geographic Magazine has opened its annual photo contest, with the deadline for submissions coming up on November 16, 2015.
Initial explanations said the bombing of a Doctors Without Borders hospital was collateral damage or an accident, but a general now says the Americans made the decision to launch the attack.