Ever since Iraq and Afghanistan, the U.S. has mainly only intervened militarily in small, strategic ways.
As millions of displaced people live idly in harsh conditions, frustration over perceived U.S. inaction has taken root.
A UNESCO World Heritage site is turned to rubble.
For years, the Serbian general killed and terrorized whole swathes of Southern Europe with impunity. What does his capture mean for those still haunted by his crimes against humanity?
As Fukushima stokes popular fears about nuclear energy, can Ukraine turn its most infamous disaster into a Disney World of Soviet-era devastation?