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.
Survey results from 20 countries show Deutschland supplanting the U.S. as the world champion of image.
What potential ISIS recruits try to find out before going off to fight
What price will the U.S. ultimately pay to neutralize the Islamic State?
With the commitment to climate change legislation and other cooperative deals, China no longer is taking a back seat in global diplomacy.
A preeminent expert on the making of American foreign and national-security policy grades the administration.
America's panic over the disease may have subsided, but the news from overseas is still quite grim.
Wednesday's news doesn't mean that global climate negotiations will succeed. But it means they're no longer guaranteed to fail.
China is scrubbing the web of footage of the Russian president putting a shawl around the shoulders of the China's First Lady Peng Liyuan.
Since 1979, Jadav Payeng has planted more than 1,300 acres of trees in northeast India.
The meeting between China's Xi Jinping and Japan's Shinzo Abe wasn't warm. But it was important.
More than 20 nations lack standing armies—and it's not always about pacifism.
Before his death in July at 97, the man immortalized in Laura Hillenbrand's book reflected on courage, forgiveness, and why he doesn't consider himself a hero.
The country seems invulnerable to tyranny. Yet in the last 15 years it has eliminated core rights and protections that took centuries to secure.