Benjamin Netanyahu speaks to Congress: The drinking game
Bibi just had his rock star moment in Congress. Let's tally the score.
Brace yourself, Netanyahu has arrived in the US
The Israeli prime minister plans to give a speech on Iran in front of Congress. And there are a lot of people unhappy about that.
5 signs that Cuba is already very open to Americans
The talks between Havana and Washington may be slow going, but Cuba is clearly emerging from its 1950s time capsule.
Military judge won’t halt the trial of USS Cole terror suspect
An order forcing judges to live in Guantanamo, however, will delay the 9/11 case of Khalid Sheik Mohammed.
London Mayor Boris Johnson expounds on Boston's Olympic bid
GlobalPost exclusive: Johnson says the 2012 Games transformed the UK capital. 'There was a huge charge of good feeling, euphoria, serotonin.'
US charges 3 with conspiring to support Islamic State, planning attacks
All three men live in Brooklyn in New York City.
'American Sniper' killer sentenced to life in prison
Former Marine Eddie Ray Routh shot to death famed Navy SEAL sniper Chris Kyle and his friend Chad Littlefield at a Texas shooting range in February 2013.
Concerns over 'unlawful influence' are holding up the trial of alleged USS Cole bomber
The military judge in the trial said hearings will not move forward until he determines whether a senior Pentagon official was unlawfully involved in the trial proceedings.
Efforts to speed up a Guantanamo detainee trial may actually slow it down
Abd al-Rahim Al-Nashiri is one of five high-level detainees identified as having been subject to torture like waterboarding and rectal feeding.
After apparent Al Shabaab mall threat, shoppers keep calm and carry on
Security is heightened at malls from Minnesota to Paris but officials see no sign of attack plans.
Al Shabaab threatens to attack Mall of America
The Al-Qaeda-linked group also threatened Canada's West Edmonton Mall, London's famous Oxford Street shopping hub and two malls in France.
Obama says world needs to address the problems that fuel terrorism
In counterterrorism speech, the American president said extremism builds when millions are left impoverished.
Cheering for the Islamic State on Facebook can get you jailed in the UK
In the US material support for terrorism is banned. But in Britain, even social media posts and T-shirts can be foul play.
Venezuela's currency plummets but President Maduro keeps talking coups
Devaluation? What devaluation?
Obama denounces 'outrageous murders' of 3 students in Chapel Hill shooting
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon praised the three victims, who were all involved in humanitarian aid work, as representing the best values of global citizenship.
Why people around the world are paying attention to the murders in Chapel Hill
'My Syrian friend who is under siege posted about the story with alarm, sadness and outrage. That should tell America something.'
UK taxpayers could buy a lot with the millions spent policing Julian Assange
It’s cost over $15 million to keep cops watching the Ecuadorean Embassy in London where the wanted WikiLeaker has holed up for nearly three years.
Read the full text of Obama's war authorization request to Congress
He's asking Congress to approve ongoing military action against the Islamic State.
Obama seeks war authorization from Congress to fight Islamic State
Obama has faced criticism for failing to seek the backing of Congress, where some accuse him of breaching his constitutional authority.
Obama says Kayla Mueller, American aid worker held by IS, is dead
Mueller's family said in a statement that they were 'heartbroken' to learn of her death.
Europe and US clash over how to confront Putin on Ukraine
On Saturday, Germany's Angela Merkel warned against sending arms to help Ukraine fight pro-Russian separatists.
There's an alternate universe where the Seahawks won the Super Bowl
At least someone will be wearing those 'back to back champs' T-shirts.
As US marijuana legalization spreads, Mexican 'mota' takes a dive
Less Mexican marijuana could be reducing homicides, and some spy a future of a legal cross-border trade.
These charts show you which countries own most of the United States' foreign debt
Did you know that the US owes Kazakhstan $35.1 billion?
Here’s how you know the war in Ukraine is getting worse
And why the White House may be considering sending weapons there.
What the US vaccination debate looks like to the rest of the world
"Our thoughts are also with the measles-ravaged country America. I hope we are screening them before they come to Africa."
Obama's new budget proposes more spending for nuclear armaments
Warhead spending alone would grow faster than the overall military budget.
Why people around the world love 'To Kill a Mockingbird'
There's a reason why the American classic has sold more than 30 million copies worldwide.
The Israeli prime minister's trip to Washington is making lots of people angry
Benjamin Netanyahu will address the US Congress this week in an apparent bid to derail an agreement with Iran over its nuclear program.
These photos seem to indicate that Fidel Castro is alive
Though he apparently receives visitors, Castro has not been seen in public for more than a year, fueling speculation about his health.
Venezuela's secrecy is so bad some people aren't even sure when Hugo Chavez died
Analysis: Experts say the lack of information makes it impossible to confirm or deny a new claim that the Venezuelan president died earlier than we were told.