Signs of a conflict with the U.S. may have been overblown.
A full withdrawal will force Iran, Russia, and others, to step up.
President Trump responded quickly to a terrorist attack in Barcelona, but waited to condemn the one in Charlottesville.
The incident is the latest in a European city in which a van was used.
The White House chief strategist said he was aiming to replace experts at the State and Defense departments.
From merely talking to transforming the North Korean economy—a close look at the options
President Trump said he was considering a “military option,” but the best U.S. intervention may be none at all.
Violent extremism—whether in jihadist or white supremacist form—is often driven by the same processes.
George Frey, Getty images photographer, recently had the opportunity to visit the U.S. Army’s Dugway Proving Ground, a sprawling top-secret military facility in the Utah desert.
India celebrated its 70th Independence Day on August 15, during a busy week across the nation.
The administration is both coaxing and pressuring the country into cooperating on North Korea. Call it the kitchen-sink strategy.
The story of the killing at Rabaa in Egypt is the story of a country that seemed intent on destroying itself.
In squares and streets across the United States, vigils and marches were held this weekend in response to the hatred and violence on display during a rally in Charlottesville on Saturday.
The United States can avoid war with North Korea, but the “fire and fury” episode will still do long-term damage.
What reports of forced conversion in Pakistan say about the country on the 70th anniversary of its creation
Can secret contacts between Pyongyang and Washington help chart a path out of the crisis?
Since 2011, August 12 has been set aside as World Elephant Day, supported by numerous conservation agencies as a day to “spread awareness, share knowledge, and provide solutions for better care and management of both captive and wild elephants.”
The country has a history of separatist movements. But it had never seen an extremist takeover like this.
The younger generation, in particular, seems detached from the prospect of war.
A trip through Geirangerfjord in Norway, an earthquake in China, a submerged monastery in Russia, contentious elections in Kenya, and much more.
The president not only won’t denounce Russia, but he goes out of his way to avoid it—like when he thanked the Kremlin on Thursday for expelling U.S. diplomats.