I'd like to show you a few views of Bhutan, its remarkable landscape, and colorful architecture, courtesy of Google's Street View team (with links, so you can explore more on your own).
A new study suggests that a consumer demand for chicken and pork in places like India, Russia, China, and Brazil will help drive a large increase in overuse of the drugs by 2030. Is there anything we can do about it?
Why the passing of a 91-year-old Singaporean is attracting such notice
The founding father and first prime minister of Singapore died Sunday. He was a dominant figure beyond his country's borders.
Part of France's North Atlantic coast and southwestern England braced for their first giant tide of the millennium on Saturday as the alignment of the sun and the moon created an ocean surge not seen since 1997.
Terrorists claiming to be members of a Yemen ISIS affiliate bombed two mosques in Sanaa on Friday, killing more than 130 people.
This week, we take a look at the recent solar eclipse, the Bedlam burial ground in London, a dragster broken in half, the terrorist attack in Tunisia, protests against the European Central Bank, frozen hair in the Yukon, a monstrous statue in Seoul, and much more.
Benjamin Netanyahu overplays his hand, and Obama withdraws his.
A video of the Greek finance minister flipping off Germany has started a controversy, which says a lot about the country's relationship to its creditors.
A proposed law would set a minimum BMI for fashion models, a move proponents say is necessary to combat eating disorders.
The prime minister and his officials on the two-state solution, in their own words
New evidence of potentially enormous consequences as rapid ice loss continues
"We have no common grounds for a mutual discussion."
Was it a clear endorsement of Netanyahu's policies? Do we even know what those policies will turn out to be?
Just days after his electoral victory, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu reversed his position on the two-state solution—again.
It's time once again for a look at the animal kingdom and our interactions with the countless species that share our planet, a roundup of animals in the news from recent months, seen from the perspectives of their human observers, companions, captors, and caretakers.
Israel is set to become even more polarizing in American politics.
In a new interview the former vice president insinuates that Barack Obama treats terrorism as a "law-enforcement problem."
What does the Israeli election "mean"? We are about to find out.
Houshi Ryokan was founded in the year 718. A millennium later, it's one of the oldest family businesses in the world.