A jury has ruled that the 96 soccer fans who died in the 1989 stadium stampede were unlawfully killed.
We may be nearing the home stretch here, but I didn’t want to get there without mentioning the case for…
Chernobyl’s anniversary: Tomorrow marks the 30-year anniversary of the explosion at the Soviet power plant that killed several workers and…
Abu Sayyaf, the Islamist group that abducted four people last September, had demanded $6.5 million for their return.
That’s what these two stunning, surreal images of salt ponds in northern Chile look like, especially the second one: …
On April 25, 2015, a violent set of earthquakes struck Nepal, killing almost 9,000 people, and damaging or destroying nearly 800,000 homes. A year later, some of the debris has been cleared away, but very little reconstruction has taken place.
Xulhaz Mannan, the editor of the country’s only magazine aimed at gays, lesbians, and others, has been slain in an attack.
The city’s public transport agency said train service will resume at Maelbeek station, where 16 people were killed last month.
In Germany, the American president said European countries could contribute more to their own defense.
The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights found major inconsistencies with the government’s official investigation.
How globalization exacerbated the wildly different problems of Zika, ISIS, and Donald Trump.
President Obama announced the deployment of up to 250 troops, including Special Forces, for training and assisting local forces fighting ISIS.
Cuba reversed its policy to allow Cuban-Americans to return by boat.
It’s a great day on Instagram for satellite and ISS imagery, starting with this stunning shot from American astronaut Terry…
South Korean bodybuilders, British princes visit the set of Star Wars, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in the boxing ring, wrestling for peace in South Sudan, and much more.
Before I disappeared into article-writing land, I put up an item arguing that today’s Czech Republic, homeland of all of…
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Hillary Clinton subscribes to the “get caught trying” school of foreign policy. But action isn’t necessarily better than inaction in world affairs.
The American president, in a joint news conference with U.K. prime minister, delivered a robust defense of Britain’s EU membership.