Understanding the true genocidal nature of the Muslim Brotherhood's Palestinian branch
Four people are dead and six others injured after two terrorists targeted Jewish worshipers on Tuesday morning.
Finance was linked to violence thousands of years before the Islamic State proposed its own currency.
The toy-crazed "kidults" of South Korea
The territory's government announced Monday that they were ready to start clearing encampments, but no long-term solution to the political crisis is in reach.
The Islamic State has made violence look easy. That's what makes the group so terrifying.
The country may avoid indictment by the International Criminal Court, but its efforts to distract the world from human rights abuses have failed.
A viral video of a young Syrian boy risking his life to save a girl turned out to be a hoax made by Norwegian filmmakers seeking to raise awareness about the war.
The American director of national intelligence remains optimistic.
Remembering a time when Islamist extremists wanted to persuade reporters, not kill them
The death of Peter Kassig raises fresh questions about the U.S. policy of not paying ransoms.
This fall, Kashmir saw its worst floods in more than half a century. My family and I barely survived them.
Clashes over the Jerusalem holy site can tip a political battle between Israelis and Palestinians into a religious battle between Jews and Muslims.
What happens when The Daily Show moves away from the green screen and into the real world? Jon Stewart's Rosewater.
Kang Chol-hwan spent 10 years in a camp for political prisoners. This week, he spoke out on Reddit about what his countrymen know of their plight.
In a new survey, half or more of respondents in 15 Latin American countries said they believe Christ will return to earth within their lifetimes. How does this compare with rates in America?
The town of Hogeway, outside Amsterdam, is a Truman Show-style nursing home.
Should the U.S. bother responding to adversaries like Putin and ISIS? A military theorist and a war veteran discuss.
The United States still hasn't made up its mind about what to call the Southeast Asian state.
Two months into its campaign against the Islamic State, the White House may be rethinking its strategy.