Michel Houellebecq’s latest provocation takes aim at the EU.
Throughout the 20th century, Bosnian Muslim thinkers offered creative theological interpretations that squared with European life.
Land rights, education, the economy, and public security lie at the nexus of the Brazilian president’s priorities and critics’ concerns.
Heavy snow across Central Europe, a partial solar eclipse in China, a Transformer on the streets of Bogota, the Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills, Christmas fire in Saint Petersburg, and much more
America’s retreat from Syria began Friday despite bipartisan opposition and conflicting goalposts from top officials.
Fixing the asylum system, upgrading ports of entry, and tightening security checkpoints might do more to advance Trump’s goals than a wall.
In Cairo, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo drew a stark contrast between the two presidents. But they’re not as different as they seem.
Germany’s top news magazine reckons with a star reporter’s brazen lies in the age of fake news.
A collection of photographs from the past century of large-scale mock dinosaurs, constructed to varying degrees of accuracy
Recent subterranean scenes from around the world
Riyadh has refined its control of oil production over the years. But that doesn’t mean it can embargo the United States again.
Massive, colorful ice sculptures light up the night in the frigid northern city of Harbin, China.
A wild encounter in Scotland, a lunar landing made by China, snow on the Grand Canyon, ice castles in Utah, and much more
Investment in lunar exploration is growing once more—humanity has achieved many lunar firsts, but others are still to come.
The simple beauty in the shapes formed by murmurations, captured by various photographers over the past few years
Once praised by Madeleine Albright as “a breath of fresh air,” Bosnia’s new president, Milorad Dodik, now threatens a fragile U.S.-brokered peace accord.
With no military experience and just a year and a half in government, the former Boeing executive Patrick Shanahan has yet to develop a foreign-policy vision of his own.
Images from around the world of people greeting the new year with fireworks, polar-bear swims, traditional festivals, solemn observations, and more
Strange blue lights in the night sky over New York, Christmas calls from the White House, a fox hunt in Ireland, icy weather in China, penguins in Italy and Antarctica, and much more.
It’s no longer spy versus spy. It’s spy versus tweeter, plane spotter, criminal, activist, bored person on the internet, and who knows who else.