Widespread anger over the high cost of living and social inequality in Chile has sparked days of sometimes violent protest.
In the U.K., many LGBTQ farmers feel isolated and live a life plagued by secrecy and guilt. Their only solace is a hotline.
Even if Britain leaves the EU at the end of the month, the issue will not go away—much still needs to be resolved.
Some of the winning and honored images from the 2019 Small World Photomicrography Competition
Fighting ISIS just got harder—but it’s still possible, and it’s necessary.
Changing demographics and sentiment signal that the possibility of a reunion is increasing. Yet few are prepared for what that means.
Hong Kong’s protests have pitted relatives and friends against one another, including those who no longer live in the city.
The Iranian approach to proxy warfare offers a surprising lesson.
The Rohingya have heard grandiose talk of worldwide relief and justice, but seen little to no action. Now the group’s options are narrowing.
The chaotic withdrawal from Syria will severely weaken U.S. efforts in the country—and could also be a boost for Russia and Iran.
Two lessons emerged from the latest Brexit deal: The British prime minister garnered a concession his predecessor couldn’t, but the EU has still held the line.
A weeping Sophora Japonica tree in Versailles, the Zhangye danxia landform in China, a hitchhiking cat in Turkey, a flamingo mother and chick in Colombia, chopsticks manufacturing in China, and much more.
Autumn photos 2019—harvests, festivals, migrations, winter preparations, and, of course, spectacular foliage.
As Turkey stokes chaos in northern Syria, the U.S. has no new options to deal with the ISIS prisoners held there—or what to do if they escape.
Andrew Scheer wants to be Canada’s next prime minister. If he succeeds, he could redefine the future of Western conservative politics.
Winning images from the annual photo competition produced by the Natural History Museum in London
The U.S. financial system is powerful, but not so powerful that it can swiftly stop a military assault in its tracks.
Images of the damage and immediate recovery work taking place in Japan after its worst storm in decades
China is supposed to be savvy. So why is it throwing a fit about a tweet, an app, and a gamer in a mask in the absence of any real threat?
At least politically, if not diplomatically, the British prime minister appears to be making some progress.