The White House will deploy another 1,500 troops for "advise and assist" roles in the fight against the Islamic State.
Interpol says foreign fighters are traveling to Syria and Iraq "more and more" by sea. But that doesn't make land routes any less important.
Who wants a nuclear deal more: the Iranians, or the Obama administration?
Come January 15, Scandinavians might see Robyn, Avicii, Max Martin, First Aid Kit, and Seinabo Sey on their mail.
How Vladislav Surkov invented the new Russia
Reports say a convoy of tanks and trucks crossed the border into Luhansk, threatening a new escalation in the region.
The message delivered in the U.S. midterm elections has echoes abroad.
The dissolution of the country's elected parliament in Tobruk is the latest disaster to unfold in the once-hopeful country.
Obama reportedly sent his fourth letter to Iran's Ayatollah Khamenei to push for a nuclear deal and a united front on ISIS.
Serving global audiences means more than just breaking language barriers.
On Thursday, reports surfaced that U.S. airstrikes struck two groups that are not named ISIS. So who were they?
Humor's intimate—and unsettling—relationship to violence
An interview with the president of the Central European University, John Shattuck
Plunging oil prices will affect the U.S.'s global relationships in complicated ways.
Days before a high-level summit with Xi Jinping in Beijing, a major Chinese newspaper rips on the American president.
In the U.S., well-being tends to be highest in a person's earliest and latest years. But elsewhere, new research shows, quality of life follows a very different pattern.
A second assault-by-car on Wednesday, the third in two weeks, capped another day of violence in Jerusalem and the West Bank.
Three stories of a divided city
Who you gonna call? Relatives in Mexico.
Iran marked the anniversary of the storming of the U.S. Embassy in Tehran by hosting a series of anti-American rallies.