It’s hard to tell propaganda from truth when dissecting the hazy history of ISIS chief Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.
Americans help the needy but would rather spend on their pets.
Libya is awash in weapons, and its disintegration could reignite the region.
America’s race problems are front-page news from London to Baghdad, and trumpeted to the remotest mountaintops via Arab-language radio and TV.
Refreshable braille machines can bring the web to people who can't see.
In Silicon Valley's Game of Thrones, it’s winner-take-all.
At the 2014 U.N. Climate Summit, high tech comes to save the rain forest.
A skeptic goes behind the scenes of The Voice, NBC’s smash singing show.
From Body Heat to Red Hot Patriot, Kathleen Turner is still cool.
Coming soon to a radio near you: a soap set in a refugee camp in Jordan.
Though far from exhaustive, this twenty-book list is a small glimpse at the books we read and loved in 2014.