Women tell UN to give them a seat at peace table
Korean-American Harvard student challenges Trump
UN chief wants 'serious review' of Israeli use of force against Palestinians
Ukraine PM accuses Russian forces of shooting down flight MH17
Over 710,000 migrants crossed into EU this year
Turkey warns U.S., Russia against backing Kurdish militia in Syria
New Syrian rebel alliance formed, says weapons on the way
Student arrested for threatening US university massacre
Sting slams 'epidemic' of disappearances in Mexico
Sea level rise will swallow Miami, New Orleans
5 things other countries do that could change American minds about socialism
Bernie Sanders has his work cut out for him running for US president as a "democratic socialist." These things should help.
Israel and Palestine
As 3 more Israelis die, police consider making it easier for citizens to carry guns
Three Israelis and at least three of their Palestinian attackers were killed during Tuesday's 'Day of Rage,' making it the deadliest day yet in the current rash of violence.
US Foreign Policy
US patrols in the South China Sea will enrage Beijing — and Washington knows it
The Pentagon is poised to send US warships skirting closer than ever before to the secretive island outposts that China is determined to claim.
Investigation says Russian missile almost definitely downed MH17
The Dutch investigators stopped short of assigning blame, they'll let Dutch prosecutors do that instead.
Turkey’s deadliest terror attack divides the country more than ever
The weekend's bombings are threatening to plunge Turkey, a key NATO member, into deeper instability.
Austria held thousands of refugees in a squalid camp run by a for-profit company
The system bears comparison to US private sector prisons.
Why India's beef lynching is not about a dead cow
A man is murdered in a village outside Delhi and the headlines say it was because he ate beef. The real story is even more frightening than that.
A warning to the leaders of the rich world
Wealthier countries are not doing nearly enough to share the burden of taking in refugees, Amnesty International says.