To influence U.S. politics, foreign governments don’t have to hack one party and collude with the other.
What’s gained and what’s lost when religion becomes an individualist—or even consumerist—endeavor?
A report suggests the president is looking for ways to get out of the accord. It says a lot about how he views the world.
The government’s proposed changes to the supreme court has angered the bloc.
Tension over new security measures at the Al-Aqsa Mosque have caused violent mass protests.
The lawyer who met with Donald Trump Jr. once represented the FSB. But that story is less about espionage than about money.
Where the insurgency is concerned, Trump and Obama have plenty in common.
Highland games in Scotland, a diving jaguar in France, wildfires in California and western Canada, a wax Donald Trump, and much more.
The American president has not proved quite the ally Moscow may have expected.
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The group has adapted to battlefield setbacks. But that doesn't mean it factored territorial losses into its master plan.
Hundreds of athletes from 186 nations are gathered in Budapest, Hungary to compete in 75 events across six disciplines in the 17th FINA World Championships.
The first full round of negotiations is over—and they yielded just as much disagreement as agreement.
Trump's widely anticipated steel tariffs are likely to end up hurting the heartland.
The U.S. Treasury Department says the energy giant violated sanctions on Russia when Rex Tillerson was CEO.
Many point to unromantic 20-somethings and women’s entry into the workforce, but an overlooked factor is the trouble young men have in finding steady, well-paid jobs.
Is there any right way to react to the swimwear?
The arrest of a human-rights activist on terrorism charges and accusations that German companies are linked to an exiled cleric has made relations tense.
Even as the U.S. has bombed the Syrian leader’s forces, the president has stopped aiding one campaign against him.
Former officials of both parties have endorsed the goal. But the 41 inmates left there have reason to wonder if they'll ever leave.
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