Leaks and Hacks
Iraqi forces 'failed to fight' in Ramadi: Pentagon chief
'Beautiful Mind' mathematician John Nash killed in US car crash: police
Suspects in Saudi suicide bombing to face justice: king
Ireland 'changed utterly' by gay marriage vote: press
Mass graves of suspected migrants found in Malaysia
Women activists cross DMZ to mixed reception on South Korean side
IS is recruiting, but not operational in Afghanistan: NATO General
Syria says Islamic State executes hundreds in Palmyra
Indonesia begins search for migrant boats
Bangladesh PM slams migrants, calls for trafficking crackdown
Who is killing Pakistan’s educated elite?
'The low level of anxiety we all feel has kicked up a notch. We all think we’re going to be next.'
Afghanistan endures a painful spring as young Afghans search for hope
Recent attacks in Kabul have spooked Westerners and challenged millennials' optimism for a better future.
Fossil fuels get a lot more global subsidies than public health does. Here's how much, in 4 charts
The IMF says this new data is 'shocking,' so we thought we'd check it out.
It's been a really great weekend for gay people
As if the world's first popular vote legalizing gay marriage in Ireland wasn't enough, Eurovision happened.
Remembering the fallen giants I served with in Iraq
Analysis: Every Memorial Day, GroundTruth's Ben Brody reflects on the friends he lost, what it means to have served in a war he hated and his own place in the world.
Sweden pips Russia in Eurovision pop fest nail-biter
Sweden narrowly beat Russia Sunday in a nail-biting 60th edition of the Eurovision Song Contest, winning its sixth crown in Europe's annual anything-goes music extravaganza.
Finland's disabled punk band didn't win Eurovision. They won more than that
PKN, whose members have Down syndrome, Williams syndrome and other disabilities, aren't the first to use Europe’s crazy popular talent show as a springboard to fame.
What Qatar's migrant workers have to say about building the 2022 World Cup
Human rights groups say the Gulf country is exploiting foreign workers, failing to make good on promised labor reforms. Here's what the workers say.
Russia’s Eurovision song is all about peace and unity. You know, just like its foreign policy
Feeling the love, Russia.
Serbia's Eurovision entry is pretty much this year's Conchita Wurst
Gay marriage around the world
Ireland has voted to legalize same-sex marriage, joining 18 countries which have made, or are in the process of making the change.
Far From Home
Far From Home: A brief history of Central American immigration to the US (VIDEO)
Telling stories from among the tens of thousands of undocumented and unaccompanied minors who arrived in the US last year.
Ireland expected to allow gay marriage after historic vote
Ireland appeared to have voted to allow gay marriage Saturday in a historic referendum which would see the historically Catholic country become the world's first to make the change
China’s premier is visiting Latin America. This is what he’s after
Li Keqiang is inking huge deals and making nice in an area the US once regarded as its 'backyard.'
Aid for Nepal is falling way short amid concerns for corruption
The United Nations and others have raised only a small fraction of the money needed to help the people of Nepal.
This fake Coca-Cola ad is going viral. Will it force them to pull out of World Cup 2022 in Qatar?
It's starting to look like the only parties happy about Qatar hosting World Cup 2022 are Qatar, FIFA, and the corporations sponsoring the event.
Saudi-led coalition pounds Yemen rebels in three cities
The UNestimates that at least 1,037 civilians have been killed in Yemen since the start of the air campaign on March 26.
Ireland votes in historic referendum on gay marriage
Allowing gay couples to wed would be a seismic change in a country where homosexuality was only decriminalized in 1993.
It's been a very good week for the Islamic State
The terrorist group has taken over two key cities in two different countries in the last week.
This map shows you all the countries that have legalized same-sex marriage
Will 2015 be the year that the US legalizes gay marriage completely? How about Ireland?
Far From Home
How risk of deportation shadows immigrant families with undocumented members
An estimated 16 million people live in mixed-status families in the United States. Their challenges are unique and sometimes divisive.
Ukraine has officially banned communist symbols and propaganda
If you love the USSR, don't say so.
The Syrian conflict was destroying Palmyra well before the Islamic State showed up there
If the Islamic State levels Palmyra and erases another piece of human history, they’re just finishing what Assad, other rebel groups, and four years of conflict have started.
The US says it will take in some of Asia’s most persecuted people
Here's what would have to happen for a Rohingya refugee to make it to the United States.
Islamic State says it has full control of Syria's Palmyra
US-MIDEAST-CRISIS-SYRIA:Islamic State says it has full control of Syria's Palmyra
Here is what Tony Abbott has to say to some of the most persecuted people on Earth
Compassion is apparently not the Australian prime minister's defining characteristic.
Far From Home
The 14-year-old music prodigy who left his home in Guatemala for Los Angeles
Marvin Velasco left his family and hometown in Guatemala last year to make a 2,000-mile journey to Los Angeles.
It's time for Europe's annual TV kitschfest. Here are the 7 Eurovision acts to watch
Who can follow Austrian drag queen Conchita Wurst and wow 200 million viewers to win the Eurovision Song Contest on Saturday?
Mexico's top election official offended the nation with a racist rant
It would be a bit like a US Supreme Court judge getting caught using the N-word.
Surfers don't freak out easily. Here's why they're freaking out in Peru
How did one of Lima's most loved beaches become so hideous?
Israel and Palestine
Where has all the Gaza aid money gone? Help us find out
Donors pledged billions last summer to help Gaza recover from a devastating 7-week war. But only a fraction has been spent.
The US can learn something about minimum wage from the rest of the world
Los Angeles will raise its minimum wage to $15 per hour by 2020. The United States' federal minimum wage is $7.25. Mexico's is $5. Per day.
Refugees in Egypt say getting to Europe is worth risking their lives
Getting on a smuggler’s boat is easy. Making it across the Mediterranean is harder.
Australia sent Singapore these horrifying puppets for their 50th friendship anniversary
Australia was first country to recognize Singapore's sovereignty in 1965.
Nicaragua has the region's highest teen pregnancy rate. Many moms are OK with it
Young women are suffering from what one expert calls the Virgin Mary syndrome.
Earth needs a flag. How about this one?
You know, for when we colonize Mars and fight wars against aliens.
Probing vaginas is the only way to test a woman's morality, Indonesia's military assures us
Suffice it to say, this force — which is 10 percent female — does not stick fingers inside the other 90 percent.