The Senate's 2014 report on torture details what "enhanced interrogation" really entailed.
The Oscar-nominated crime drama has inspired activists around the world to put up massive signs to call attention to social issues.
Israel’s prime ministers have faced corruption charges for decades. The country is waiting to find out if the allegations against Benjamin Netanyahu are any different.
The death of Billy Graham, the controversial visits to India, and the attack on the liberal world order
A turning point in Syria, a crisis in South Africa, and a battle for political survival in Israel
The Winter Olympics and the future of German democracy
The problem of Afghanistan, the fear of North Korea, and the State of the Union
The complexity of free speech, the culture war inside the Church, and the chaos in Syria
Changing dynamics with North Korea and tensions in East Asia
The Ministry of Education is on a mission to save the country's economy—and the effort could be a boon for kids’ mental health, too.
Unrest in Iran, sports diplomacy in the Korean Peninsula, and #MeToo in France
The National Security Strategy and the new year
Russia, the United States, and the unpredictability of Trump
The first authorized biography of a controversial Italian reporter sheds a new light on her legacy.
“The U.S. is now the most unpredictable actor in the world today.”
Jerusalem—and the broader Middle East—in turmoil
The Saad Hariri saga is key to understanding Emmanuel Macron’s foreign-policy vision.
North Korea’s nuclear progress, Burma’s papal visit, and more
Can changing the structure of a language improve women’s status in society?
President Trump abroad, Islam in context, African turmoil, and more