The discovery of a plane’s fragment—which could be part of the aircraft that disappeared in March 2014—may not bring closure to the victims’ families.
A Taliban leader is pronounced dead, a cop is indicted for murder, and hundreds of migrants flee to England.
President Obama’s advocacy for gay rights in Kenya is likely to stir up colonial resentment in the country. But he may have forced a necessary national conversation.
Turkey’s decision to attack ISIS and the U.S.-Iran nuclear deal both greatly benefit Bashar al-Assad.
A shifting strategy in Syria, more information on the killer, and the anti-discrimination law turns 25.
The controversial R&B singer is the latest star to encounter problems in the country.
The novelist beautifully captured bygone eras despite an often cavalier attitude toward accuracy.
A ten-year-old deposition published by The New York Times draws an even sharper contrast with the comedian’s once-pristine image.
A gunman shot and killed four U.S. Marines and one sailor at a facility in Chattanooga, Tennessee, and was killed in the attack.
A tribunal in The Hague aims to help settle a potentially dangerous territorial dispute.
The Mexican government can’t bring El Chapo, its most notorious drug criminal, to justice.
In repatriating over 100 asylum-seeking Uighur Muslims, Thailand caved to pressure from Beijing.
After winning her fourth consecutive Grand Slam title on Saturday at Wimbledon, the tennis star has become one of the most accomplished American athletes of all time.
The company’s embattled CEO, Ellen Pao, who lost a landmark gender-discrimination suit earlier this year, resigned following a week of scandal.
Why the numbers aren’t everything
As the world frets over Greece, a separate crisis looms in China.
Freed last March from Death Row after serving 29 years for a crime he didn’t commit, the Louisiana native died Monday of lung cancer.
The capsizing of the MB Nirvana has left at least 36 people dead.
Why is one of them Bhutan?
The embattled country’s negotiations with European creditors fell apart this weekend, just 48 hours before a debt repayment is due.