Tourism to the island is up, and mass demonstrations are one of the main attractions.
German philosopher Bettina Stangneth reexamines the Nazi commander—and the true nature of evil.
On East 20th Street in Manhattan stands the Peacemaker pop-up shop, dedicated to selling T-shirts portraying Russia's president in a heroic light.
Deadly cross-border fighting has renewed tensions between India and Pakistan.
Russia's president turned 62 on Tuesday and people around the globe paid all kinds of tribute.
A guide to what we know—and don't know—about the North Korean leader's disappearance
Juan Sheikh Muslem spent more than $3,800 to get out of Syria. Now he's just outside his former hometown, watching what may be its last stand against ISIS.
At the Vatican's synod in Rome, some Catholic clergy and congregants are calling for changes in how homosexuality, premarital sex, and contraception are discussed.
Turkish leaders say they won't let Kobani fall to the Islamic State. But they haven't joined the effort to stop the extremist group either.
Leon Panetta says American allies no longer trust Obama. How does he explain the coalition against ISIS?
Icelanders love keeping track of how they're related, which has made them "the world champions of human genetics.”
A reader responds.
Spaniards have been building castells since the 18th century.
The timing and location of yet another mysterious blast in Iran should raise more than a few questions.
On the Turkish border, the world stands idly by as ISIS threatens a massacre in a Syrian town.
A case study in making a small country even smaller
Reza Baluchi didn't last a week in his "hydro pod."
"If you make one step toward, no one can push it back, not even half a step."
The efficacy of the American-led airstrikes is coming under scrutiny as Islamic State fighters raise their flag over parts of Kobani.
A group of protesters have been missing for more than a week, following a violent demonstration at their school.