They were essentially saying: If I were a man, I might have earned my paycheck by now.
The country's major political parties support marriage equality but disagree on the process of legalization.
The company will end production of its troubled phone that overheated and burst into flames.
The Russian leader visited Turkey to mark improved relations, but canceled a trip to France over criticism of his actions in Syria.
Though Pastafarianism was founded to critique organized religion, it’s now an organized movement.
How social media is being weaponized across the world
"If very few people have guns, then very few people feel the need for guns. If lots of people have guns, then lots of people feel the need for guns."
Oliver Hart and Bengt Holmström will share this year’s award for their contributions to contract theory.
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The photographer Fabian Muir has visited the closed-off country five times, hoping for a glimpse of the everyday.
I thought the U.S. overthrow of the Taliban would end the wars I’d seen growing up in Afghanistan. But it brought more war.
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Fall colors in New England, famine in Yemen, hurricane Matthew aftermath in Cuba and Haiti, exploding mannequins in South Korea, and much more.
The Philippines’ decision to call off coordinated military exercises with the U.S. marks a significant shift in the long-time allies’ relationship.
The 2016 award to Colombia’s Juan Manuel Santos for his efforts to end the decades-long conflict with FARC arguably breaks a string of more symbolic recognitions.
Not everyone can achieve what Juan Manuel Santos has. But there are other ways to feel appreciated.
The biggest cause of disability around the world is surprisingly banal.
Getty Images photographer Jeff Mitchell paid a visit to Foula recently, and returned with these images of its people, animals, and landscape.