To influence U.S. politics, foreign governments don’t have to hack one party and collude with the other.
The annual Swan Upping began today in London, England—a five-day census counting swans and young cygnets belonging to the Queen.
Xiyue Wang, a Chinese-born U.S. citizen, was detained last summer on charges of espionage while conducting scholarly research.
Opposition supporters overwhelmingly said no in a symbolic vote to the president’s plan to change the constitution.
The rights of EU citizens in Britain, and British citizens in the EU, are suddenly up for negotiation.
Seoul proposed talks July 21 in Panmunjom to defuse tensions.
The Washington Post reported the UAE was behind the planting of fake news that sparked the diplomatic crisis. The Emirates denies the charge.
An archeologist on cultural preservation in the shadow of ISIS
Private military contractors have spotted an opportunity as America’s longest war grinds on.
A small, vocal group of Conservative rabbis is pushing the movement to accept marriages between Jews and non-Jews. The fight is really about the future of the religion.
The odyssey of six teenage girls from a war zone to D.C.
Who is Natalia Veselnitskaya, and what does she want?
His lifelong resentment of secularists has decimated Turkish democracy.
How two leaders ruined a perfectly good gesture
Gunmen opened fire on a police checkpoint, and a man with a knife killed two people at a resort.
The highlights from seven days of reading about the world
Beer yoga in Australia, utter destruction in Mosul, Iraq, the Running of the Bulls in Spain, wildfires in California, and much more.
It is true that Iran’s behavior in the region has not improved. But it is also true that this behavior cannot be attributed to the nuclear deal.
Trump reminisced about the origins of the French American partnership in his visit to Paris.
He is offering a glimpse into what Fox News would look like as an intellectually interesting network.
The European Court of Human Rights said banning full or partial face veils is “necessary in a democratic society.”