Some notable French women are decrying a “puritanical” wave of reckoning over sexual misconduct.
Thursday’s fatal attack in Kabul highlights the group’s resilience.
Don’t mistake Donald Trump’s withdrawal from the world for isolationism.
A look at some of the stories brought to us by photojournalist Mario Tama in the last year, as he traveled pole to pole and across the Americas.
To defeat the Islamic State, Washington has cultivated ties with groups at odds with each other. What happens when their common foe is gone?
New voting technologies promise to make elections worldwide more credible. Yet as Kenya’s elections have proven, they’re no match for a broken political system.
Christmas services and observances from China, Kenya, England, the U.S., India, Indonesia, Nigeria, Israel, France, and many more countries.
Nationalism, often expressed in religious terms, is a key organizing principle in President Trump’s foreign policy.
“Once you’re uprooted from your sense of reality, that allows all sorts of other uprootings to take place.”
The union is facing pressure from right and left as it tries to preserve its values.
Seven countries voted with the U.S. and Israel over the status of Jerusalem, getting an invite to a “friendship” party from the UN ambassador. So who gets to go?
Preparations for Christmas around the world, big surf in Portugal, taming the Thomas Fire in California, an Amtrak crash in Washington state, and much more.
Their ill-fated focus on identity politics holds lessons for other conservative parties around the world.
Those who went into exile have creatively adapted their rituals. Those who stayed have been just as innovative.
The National Security Strategy and the new year
A breathtaking portrait of life in Indonesia, the most highly populated volcanic region in the world.
The face of Catholicism’s clergy sexual-abuse scandal is laid to rest in Rome—but his legacy still haunts the American church.
Women are speaking up about Islamic scholars and clergymen who have allegedly preyed on their piety—but they face pressures unlike those in Hollywood, the media, or even other religious groups.
With only a few days left until Christmas, I thought it might be fun to take a look at celebrations and preparations from years past.
Analysts have blamed Egypt’s autocracy for a recent attack that killed hundreds. But that’s not what’s motivating the violence.
The EU's highest court ruled that Uber isn’t just an app—it's a transportation company.