The polarizing politics over the president’s ambassador pick could just as easily have been avoided.
“Here all kinds of Arabs can interact more openly.”
Moscow grapples with a strange week in Washington.
Quebec is flirting with French-style secularism—and courting its risks.
An overflowing dam in California, the Yanshui Beehive Rockets Festival in Taiwan, Beyonce at the Grammys, Carnival in Venice, protests in Romania, and much more.
The American president stirs up the Venezuelan opposition.
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The military is targeting militants after a suicide bombing at a Sufi shrine.
The normal ebb and flow of diplomacy relies on a few agreed-upon falsehoods.
And it will be mostly due to the work of his predecessor.
“Quite often the facts get lost in the hysteria.”
Under pressure from Brexit and Trump, EU leaders reconsider the meaning of "union."
Reuters photographer Christinne Muschi recently spent time photographing refugees who took taxis to the end of a dead-end road in the U.S. to walk across the border into Canada, into the custody of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
Former military colleagues of the fallen national-security adviser ponder a government in turmoil.
A Russian investigative journalist parses a murky concept.
In a surreal joint press conference with the Israeli prime minister, the president did away with a cornerstone of American diplomacy in the Middle East.
A total of 2,908 dogs were entered in this year’s 141st annual Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, consisting of 200 different breeds or varieties.
President Trump is not the first to make this claim.
The vindication of Ron Dermer
The Israeli premier’s former American counterpart served as a useful foil and a predictable check on the Israeli right.
The top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee has some unanswered questions.