The country's support for such attacks is less extensive than in the past, but something else has changed.
An ex-general told senators the military could disobey an illegal order. But he wasn’t sure what comes next.
A window into the newfound life of a man who escaped war and torture in his home country.
Could a real plan to succeed Zimbabwe’s nonagenarian ruler emerge from his apparent ouster?
The apparent ouster of Zimbabwe’s president marks a power struggle between the independence fighters and a younger generation.
As right-wing populists enter government, they have violent radical groups to thank—and to fear.
The limits of “moderating influence” on the president of the United States
Civil-society crackdowns. Police killings. A restive electorate. Can America’s top ally in east Africa ward off authoritarianism?
Images from the past few years of the Antarctic landscape, wildlife, research facilities, and some of the scientific work taking place there.
The foreign secretary expressed remorse weeks after his worst diplomatic gaffe to date.
The claim that Muslims have "too many children" is reliably powerful anywhere there's a sizable Muslim immigrant or minority population.
The president’s Asia tour reveals just how little such ideals factor into his vision.
What the U.S. president may have in mind when he tweets about teaming up with Putin “to solve North Korea, Syria, Ukraine, terrorism”
For the past 12 days, President Trump has been on a wide-ranging tour across Asia.
The president often seems more interested in getting along with foreign leaders than with his past rhetoric or the historic ties between the U.S. and a foreign country.
Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has started a fashion trend among loyalists.
Saudi Arabia appears ready to sacrifice the country in its reckless bid to confront Iran.
Trump wants to believe both the Russian president’s denial of election meddling, and the conclusions of his own intelligence agencies. But he can’t have it both ways.
The secret to putting America First may lie in the continent’s rising middle class.
Trump’s after-the-fact complicity in Russia’s election meddling is abundantly clear.
Interviews with al-Qaeda members and bin Laden’s family reveal a pact that allowed the group to prepare for its next phase.