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
A glass-half-full take on the controversy
In Sweden, the answer is "maybe."
Two suspected jihadists killed by cops in the city of Verviers were part of a group that was allegedly planning to commit a large terror attack.
Deep in Brazil's Amazon jungle, more than a hundred miles from the nearest city, stands South America's tallest structure, the Amazon Tall Tower Observatory (ATTO). Reaching 325 meters (or 1,066 feet) into the sky above the trees, the ATTO is taller than the Chrysler Building or the Eiffel Tower.
But with a new update to its Translate app, it's getting closer.
The French parliament banded together after the Charlie Hebdo attacks, but how long can it last?
Are the Paris attacks reason enough to delay jury selection for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev?
The number of people who die from the disease could be only a fraction of the number who go hungry from it.
All nations like to begin the story with the chapter that most advantages them.
Invading Iraq didn't strengthen America's hand with Tehran. In fact, it did just the opposite.
What the return of Lügenpresse, a phrase most recently used in the era of the Nazi, says about political developments in Germany and Europe.
Israel's satirists believe laughter helps preserve sanity. But can they really lighten the mood?
Leaving Buenos Aires on January 4, more than 500 competitors started the annual Dakar Rally: a two-week off-roading adventure through Argentina, Chile, and Bolivia.
Britain's conservative leader is proposing counterterrorism measures that are dangerous and unworkable.
Provocateur and "comedian" Dieudonné could face charges after posting a controversial statement on his Facebook account.
If there’s a difference between ISIS and al-Qaeda, it's lost on self-styled jihadists.