A terror attack in London carries parallels to one in 2017, and once again challenges a prime minister.
Kim Jong Un only wanted to engage with the president. Now he’s turning on him.
The prime minister and the opposition took entirely different lessons from Britain’s 2017 election. Both are testing their conclusions to destruction.
An earthquake in Albania, Krampus in Slovenia, a military dog at the White House, protests in Iraq and Chile, bubbles over Rome, a Christmas market in Germany, and much more
Older voters warp their countries’ policies because of their political power. One British politician has a plan to end that dominance.
The tenth annual panoramic-photo competition has just come to a close, and the winning images and finalists have been announced.
Going to the electorate over and over again won’t necessarily reap different results.
Some of the winning images and finalists from the fifth edition of this action-and-adventure-sports photo competition.
Voters overwhelmingly chose pro-democracy candidates in local elections, putting an end to the notion that a large chunk of the population was against months of protests.
A Chinese American woman searches for her missing sister in China, encountering the dark side of the country's economic rise.
The group has lost its territory and its leader. But it has survived before—and can do it again.
Supercross in New Zealand, a wee Canucks fan in Vancouver, protests in Bolivia and Chile, a massive dam in Turkey, a cat show in Italy, a cavalry pyramid in Mexico, and much more.
For a policy that’s purportedly a pillar of the decades-old international order, military aid to Ukraine is pretty new.
Some former State Department officials are so concerned by Trump’s breach of diplomatic protocol that they have begun to advise 2020 Democrats.
Images of the devastating bushfires in southeastern Australia over the past few weeks, and of those coping with the disaster
The secretary of state has been trying to distance himself from the impeachment hearings, but today’s explosive testimony put him at center stage.
An enormous amount is at stake, yet few people appear to be enthusiastic about the upcoming vote.
For months, demonstrators in the city have told one another to "be like water," but a recent siege contradicted that advice. What happened?
Images from unrest in Chile, Hong Kong, and Iraq over the past few months, where demonstrators are using laser pointers as tools of defiance.
For many of the protests taking place around the world, the lack of an appointed leader is deliberate.