By avoiding the phrase "radical Islam," the president may be making a statement about the nature of terrorism itself.
And how it could result in Tehran getting the bomb
This week we have images of Beluga whales in Vladivostok, speleotherapy deep below Belarus, the Maha Shivaratri festival in India, the Chinese Lunar New Year, a partially-frozen Niagara Falls, a "Wearable Tomato" robot in Japan, and much more.
Wes Anderson's Oscar-nominated film does something few art forms have managed: It offers a funny, but respectful, reflection on the horrors of the Holocaust.
A word that has replaced thought
How does a city move on from war?
The Islamic State's brutality has dramatically shifted public opinion in the United States.
Robotic probes launched by NASA, the European Space Agency (ESA), and others are gathering information all across the solar system. We currently have spacecraft in orbit around the Sun, Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, a comet, and Saturn, and two operational rovers on Mars.
Her support for regime change in Iraq enabled terrorists—and lost her the election in 2008. Years later, she championed an ill-fated regime change in Libya. Will it hurt her in 2016?
The group's new song, "I Can't Breathe," uses an individual tragedy and national movement for a far broader mission.
Bush, like his father and older brother, wants to make the world safe for commerce. It's not a message GOP primary voters are likely to embrace.
The Republican presidential hopeful set himself apart from Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, and Rand Paul, but his differences with his brother are harder to see.
The impressive figure is all the more stunning since Benjamin Netanyahu has a live-in chef. But isn't this—no pun intended—sort of small potatoes?
A technicality allowed eastern Ukrainian separatists to take another town and claim not to be violating an agreement to stop fighting.
Carnival season 2015 is wrapping up, and colorful images from Europe and the Americas keep coming in. Collected here are more photos from just the past few days of Mardi Gras and Carnival festivities in New Orleans, Rio, Belgium, Panama, Germany, France, and more.
The dual citizen says he's renouncing his birthright after getting a fat tax bill from Uncle Sam.
Even the prosecutor in Dominique Strauss-Kahn's trial has asked that the former IMF chief be acquitted.
In the past month, a series of snowstorms and Arctic weather fronts have brought bone-chilling temperatures and record-setting snowfall levels to the Northeastern United States. New England has been especially hard-hit, with parts of Massachusetts and Maine recording more than 100 inches of snow this season.
Entering military conflicts without a declaration of war from Congress isn't unconstitutional—but legislators must step forward and set limits and objectives.
In Spain, a dance guitarist hustles to make a modest living amidst economic turmoil.