2.1 million Venetians just voted to leave Italy and restore their medieval republic.
How Russia's president resembles the American hawks who hate him most.
Establishing zones free of nuclear-weapons material would address one of the gravest threats to global security.
In 1975, Rüdiger Heim landed in Egypt with one question on his mind: Was his father a Nazi? Over the next two decades, he found out.
The prime minister is trying to wipe out the social network. His campaign isn't going so well.
Ivory Coast is bypassing the courts as it recovers from a decade of violence—posing a challenge to the international justice system.
A 25-year-old sister went on the Italian version of the show to evangelize, but were the producers just looking for a schtick?
On trial at a Manhattan federal court this week, Suleiman Abu Ghaith took the witness stand and insisted that he never meant to become a spokesperson for Osama bin Laden.
The Russian chill and Mideast instability are boosting bipartisan support for domestic energy production.
All sides in the Crimean crisis are invoking the Third Reich. Why?
Hint: Unless you live in Mongolia, your country's probably on this list.
The Italian city held an open contest to rebrand itself—with mediocre results.
How rap became a battleground in the war on terror
It can ensure stability and protect minorities better than any other form of order. The case for a tempered American imperialism.
Berlin has buried every trace of the Third Reich—with one big exception.
A spate of stuffed-wolf attacks strikes Hong Kong
Ukraine's army is much smaller than Russia's, but war would still be costly for Moscow.
The places where people think faith is necessary to be a good person
The annexation of Crimea sets a terrible precedent for the international community.
"There is no victory," a psychologist working with protesters says, "only a potential victory."