No one says "I love you" quite like Karl Marx.
Where is the love? The Philippines, apparently.
Assailants wielding Soviet-era topical antiseptic are targeting the government's opponents.
Deutschland's sliding dominance continues in Sochi.
The photographers travel around the world in search of tall buildings to secretly scale.
What will the 46,000 aspiring Canadians in China do now?
Comment from the CDC director on today's announcement that the U.S. will commit $40 million to global health security
At least the birthplace of the First Amendment managed to come in one spot ahead of Haiti.
Russia's balmy weather could be a sign of things to come, a new study says. We're running out of places cold enough to host the Games.
The Communist Party's multimillion-dollar plan to develop the world’s next tech hub.
The late child star represented America as nationalism swept Africa and the Iron Curtain fell.
A new study reveals that the farther African migrants move, the more they increase exports in their home countries.
The jihadist-influenced militancy nurtured by the civil war appears to be spreading—just as diplomacy in Geneva falters.
Can Russia reclaim its former Olympic glory?
More than 200 years ago, the Jesuits—the order Pope Francis belongs to—found out.
But his proposed name change won't solve the country's underlying problems.
"Nice job @IOC giving Russia the Winter Games. Might as well let Cleveland host a Super Bowl."
Forced to give up her child for adoption as a teenager, the woman who inspired the Oscar-nominated film starring Judi Dench talks about forgiveness and keeping her faith.
The right way to use the most misunderstood analogy in U.S. foreign policy
How language brings us together—and drives us apart.