Terror seized an upscale Nairobi mall beginning September 21, when gunmen rained bullets and grenades on unsuspecting civilians, 67 of whom are confirmed to have died over the following days. The Somali Islamist group Al-Shabab has claimed credit for the attack. Five militants were killed by security forces, and 11 are in custody. It’s rumored that one of the attackers was a woman.Launch Slideshow 4 PHOTOS
The American who prosecuted a notorious African war criminal for a decade.
Senegalese-born Karamba Diaby just won a seat in Parliament in a historic election.
Hall-of-famer Brendan Shanahan punishes those who target the head.
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff has deftly used domestic and international crises to turn her declining popularity around.
BlackBerry was in trouble—and then Fairfax Holdings stepped in.
Humans are born with an innate understanding of geometry and symbolism.
New transistors could lead to laptops that don’t burn your lap.
Can soap operas make the world a better place?
Elite colleges are grading too leniently—and that exacerbates inequality.
A prominent magazine takes a stand against online commenters.
Nashville rejected him as a singer, but he turned out to be one of the best songwriters in history. This is how Willie Nelson—poet, author, activist, cowboy, outlaw, outcast, misfit, and everyman—became the enduring face of American music.
‘Masters of Sex’ proves its seriousness by aiming beyond titillation.
Whether the 1913 Armory show was about shocking the public or bringing European sensibilities to American shores, its bottom line is clear: it sold Americans on modern art.
‘Having it all’ the French way means more Brie and less briefcase.
Legendary Formula One racer Niki Lauda on the season that nearly killed him.