Why shouldn't a community fear random violence?
The Philippines president said the move was necessary to curb the threat posed by Islamist militants.
He may no longer think the alliance is obsolete, but his commitment to its core elements remains in doubt.
The constitutional court’s ruling could make the island the first place in Asia to legalize gay marriage.
What does it mean that the bomber was “known to security services”?
That underscores authorities’ belief that the bomber was likely not acting alone.
Why is the president putting ISIS in the same category in which he places Rosie O’Donnell?
What started as a cold meeting between the pontiff and the U.S. president turned friendly after a brief closed-door discussion.
What the dystopian series does not imply about the role of religion in politics
The British home secretary says she has “been very clear with our friends” about the release of information related to the Manchester attack.
Geographic isolation from the rest of Europe doesn't protect Britain from homegrown threats.
For the past 10 days in Baku, Azerbaijan, 6,000 athletes from 54 nations competed in 21 sports during the fourth iteration of the Islamic Solidarity Games.
As numerous readers have written, one of the most moving aspects of “My Family’s Slave” is that Alex Tizon was…
How will they square their religious obligations with their political desires as the U.S. president visits the Vatican?
The president says both the Palestinians and the Israelis are ready for a deal. But no one can figure out exactly what he's going for.
Can governments be as innovative about saving lives?
The incident comes days after Pyongyang successfully launched a medium-range ballistic missile.
Why a schoolyard taunt could be a savvy strategy against ISIS
The U.S. president told Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas he will “do everything” to achieve Middle East peace.
The search for the "ultimate deal" in the Holy Land
The meaning of the president's Western Wall visit