Hours before prosecutor Alberto Nisman was to deliver damning testimony against the Argentine government regarding the 1994 Buenos Aires AMIA bombing, he was found dead in his home.
In his State of the Union, Obama asked Congress and the public to support a campaign that none of them want to own—not even him.
Four months after sweeping into Yemen's capital, rebels seized the presidential palace, but didn't overthrow the president.
Bahrain's anti-government protests, violently put down in 2011, continue in different forms to this day. Opposition leaders face jail time for speaking out, while protests continue on the streets.
Speaker John Boehner invited the Israeli leader to address Congress—and rebut President Obama—for the second time in four years.
Gunshots outside your window "are not the end of the world," and other tips from Lithuania's new manual for resisting foreign occupation.
This year, Obama's domestic-policy narrative reached its crescendo, while his foreign-policy narrative quietly collapsed.
There's no evidence of extremist takeover of areas in Europe or the United States. So why do the claims continue?
In a metaphor related to natural family planning, the pontiff provoked progressive Catholics and—yes—bunny breeders.
American officials have backed down on declarations against the Syrian dictator.
Until last week, The Sun, Britain's most-read newspaper, featured daily pictures of topless women. The tradition's demise is worth celebrating.
Every January, on Saint Sebastian Day, the streets of Piornal, Spain, fill with residents armed with turnips, seeking to punish the Jarramplas. The Jarramplas is a devil-like character portrayed by a man wearing a costume made from colorful strips of fabric, a frightening mask, and body armor underneath.
For French Jews, the choice between France and Israel is no choice at all.
The noose is tightening around men and women who are indispensable to facilitating independent coverage of the country.
Today, in the United States, we observe Martin Luther King Jr. Day, a federal holiday established in 1986 to honor the slain civil rights leader, his accomplishments, and work still unfinished.
Protests over the magazine's provocative depictions of Mohammed have turned fatal in Niger.
Trademarking tragedy in the age of Twitter
This week we have images of the "no pants" subway ride in Mexico City and New York, fish collected from an abandoned department store in Bangkok, Pope Francis on a week-long Asian tour, Ukraine's festival of Malanka, snowy surfing in Northern Ireland, and much more.
Manuel Valls argues that the charge of 'Islamophobia' is often used to silence critics of Islamism.
Assessing the country's revolution, four years later