Foregrounding religion on a political trip abroad was a surprising choice. What’s even more surprising is that it seemed to work.
The Piano Man hasn’t released a new pop album since 1993. How does he continue to sell out stadiums?
After years of reported airstrikes in Syria, the Israeli ambassador in Moscow was suddenly summoned to explain his country’s recent attack.
British Prime Minister Theresa May instructed citizens to “go about their day as normal” following Wednesday’s terror attack.
In preparation for their White House visits, both Japanese and German officials studied the infamous feature for clues into the president’s thinking on world affairs.
One vote and the perils of over-interpretation
The Knesset passed a law that would deny entry to some foreign activists who support boycotting the Jewish state.
Seven years after abolishing mandatory military service, the country is now responding to “the security change in our neighborhood.”
Published 100 years ago, the Zimmermann Telegram detailed a German proposal to ally with Mexico against the United States.
The murder of Kim Jong Nam, the half brother of North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, involved the use of VX nerve agent, one of the deadliest chemical substances on earth.
The administration’s plan to force undocumented immigrants out of the U.S. largely hinges on America’s increasingly tense relationship with its southern neighbor.
The polarizing politics over the president’s ambassador pick could just as easily have been avoided.
In a surreal joint press conference with the Israeli prime minister, the president did away with a cornerstone of American diplomacy in the Middle East.
The Israeli premier’s former American counterpart served as a useful foil and a predictable check on the Israeli right.
Growing prison fees and fines faced by the incarcerated became a target of the Justice Department under President Obama. Those days are over.
After the retailer cut ties with his daughter, the president took to Twitter to vent and sent the company’s stocks for a ride.
Nearly 100 tech giants—some of them rivals—have co-signed a legal brief arguing against the Trump administration’s controversial executive order.
As many as 5,000 business owners and their supporters gathered in Brooklyn for a protest against President Trump’s immigration ban.
In declining to take an “official position” on the issue, the president departs from a decades-old American posture.
The high-profile spot is already being interpreted along partisan lines, whether the company likes it or not.