“One of you will not win this election,” the debate moderator told Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. What then?
The highlights from seven days of reading about the world
The EU’s leaders begin a meeting in Slovakia—their first since the U.K. voted to leave the bloc.
A Swedish appeals court upheld the international arrest warrant against the WikiLeaks founder.
Your leaders have served you poorly.
A former hitman told lawmakers that Rodrigo Duterte, when he was mayor of Davao for two decades, oversaw the deaths of 1,000 people.
The two countries just signed a new military-aid deal—the biggest pledge of its kind in American history. It have may seemed inevitable, but the record-setting moment is also rife with irony.
Guedelon Castle is a project started in 1997, modeled on designs from the 13th century, and is being built using techniques and materials available to masons and builders 800 years ago.
United Nations officials criticized President Bashar al-Assad’s regime for inhibiting the delivery of aid in war-torn Aleppo.
A group of hackers believed to be based in Russia has released the medical records of 25 athletes.
The U.K. government approved the French- and Chinese-financed Hinkley project—with caveats.
“Parents in every culture at a given moment think they’re doing the optimal thing for their kids.”
Former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva faces corruption charges in the largest scandal in Brazil’s history.
Germany is handing the influx better than it was. But the chancellor's popularity is even lower now than at the height of the crisis.
As Typhoon Meranti neared Taiwan it was a Category 5 storm, with winds reaching up to 230 miles per hour.
The Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition, founded in 1965, is an annual international showcase of the best in nature photography.
Fifty-seven percent support legalizing it, though many disagree on how the government should do it.
Why rejecting nuclear preemption reflects strength, not weakness
The 93-year-old former Israeli president, who suffered a stroke Tuesday, is responsive, his doctor said.
One reader, Teresa Poppelwell, was working with the UN in Herat, in western Afghanistan, on September 11, 2001, specifically “in…
The polymer-based note can survive a washing machine and a plate of curry.