Narva, a small Estonian town that borders Russia, used to be part of the USSR. Most people there speak only Russian. Will Putin try to invade like he did in Crimea?
Amid a worldwide refugee crisis and increased immigration restrictions, most EU member states sell “golden visas”—residence permits or citizenship—to the ultra-wealthy for thousands or even millions of euros.
Some of the top images from the 16 categories of underwater photography in this year’s competition
Trump recently renewed the terrorism state of emergency, which is just one of roughly 30 ongoing national emergencies in the U.S.
Some pre-9/11 plotters have not yet been brought to justice, even as a new generation of suspects is taking their place.
With few independent outlets left, more journalists in Turkey now face jail time, fines, or getting fired for doing their job.
A look at the construction of Beijing Daxing International Airport, a massive new transportation facility set to open later this year
By inaugurating a national “grand debate,” can Macron harness the concerns of citizens without undermining his government’s own mandate?
If the first summit accomplished little, the second could be the same—but there are many wild cards.
Trump’s new missile-defense strategy adds up to an effort to solve a political problem with expensive hardware.
A debate showed that neither candidate in Indonesia’s presidential race has any plans to address human-rights abuses.
Teachers on strike in Los Angeles, “Kiss a Ginger Day” in Ireland, a terror attack in Nairobi, fashion shows in Berlin and Paris, the “No Pants Subway Ride” in New York, and much more
For someone who actively avoids criticizing the president, Senator Jim Risch has a lot to say about how he will deal with Trump.
In a new HBO film starring Benedict Cumberbatch, James Graham turns a polarizing national moment into a surprisingly cohesive and engaging story.
Trump says ISIS is defeated, but an Islamic State attack in Syria on Wednesday killed four Americans.
The British prime minister narrowly survived a no-confidence vote, but no one knows what comes next for the U.K.
On January 7, a group of 334 competitors began the 41st annual Dakar Rally: a punishing 10-day, 3,000-mile race across the Peruvian desert.
Kenya’s security apparatus responded more quickly to Tuesday’s attack in Nairobi than to past attacks, but 14 people still died.
America is deporting Cambodian refugees convicted of crimes. Did the U.S. have a responsibility to help them when they first arrived as refugees?
As more and more walls are built along borders worldwide, a look at some famous and some lesser-known barriers across the globe.