Unknown parties obscured nude figures in Rome during a state visit by the Iranian President Hassan Rouhani.
NASA's Mars rover, Opportunity just celebrated its 12th anniversary on Mars—a mission that was originally meant to last just 90 days.
Where much of the world uses octagons, the country insists on triangles. But will this road-rules exceptionalism survive the Tokyo Olympics?
With its new immigration law, Denmark is once again sending a blunt message to migrants.
The CDC is warning pregnant women against traveling to 22 countries in Latin America and the Caribbean, and some of those countries are urging their own citizens to avoid conception.
French President Francois Hollande was among the guests of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi invited to view the spectacle of the 67th Republic Day Parade held in New Delhi.
Widespread protests over ride-sharing services in French cities have been marked by burning tires, multiple arrests, and impenetrable traffic.
Protests in France: Traffic in a number of French cities slowed to a crawl Tuesday as taxi drivers protested Uber…
What’s been happening in Libya, Syria, Egypt, Yemen, Bahrain, and Tunisia over the past five years.
Hillary Clinton has suggested as much. Don’t be so sure.
Obama’s executive actions: The president announced a ban on solitary confinement for juvenile offenders in federal prisons in an op-ed…
The global medical charity has called on an international commission to investigate a recent attack on a facility in Yemen.
Recent winter weather has caused serious problems across the northern hemisphere, but it also brought many out to play, and others to photograph the snowball fights, sleds, and the beauty of winter in full swing.
The day after the blizzard: Major cities are slowly coming back to life after the massive snowstorm. Update from C…
Why are so many ISIS recruits ex-cons and converts?
Angela Merkel’s refugee policy is proving deeply unpopular. Will she forge ahead anyway?
East Coast digs out: The workweek has begun, but crews are still scrambling to clear roads of the snow from…
Heated roads and zero flight cancellations: Welcome to “snow country.”
A newly restored autochrome photograph of Senegalese soldiers on the Western Front
Five years since an uprising brought down Egypt’s dictator, five families show the country’s struggle is as much personal as it is collective.