Choi Soon-sil is accused of using her friendship with President Park Geun-hye to influence state affairs.
Venezuelan society revolves around the need to screw everyone and not be screwed over, helping to explain the rise of destructive strong men.
If the NSA actually had all of Hillary's deleted emails, there would be serious questions to answer about who authorized necessary surveillance and to what end.
Presumptive Democratic nominee's VP choices aren't exciting enough to dominate news cycles.
Duterte referred to the pope as the “son of a whore” before being elected as the Philippines’ new president.
“Duterte Harry” has vowed to kill thousands of criminals and feed them to the fishes.
Trump wants a “total and complete shutdown” of Muslims entering the U.S.
Mabel Jansen allegedly suggested that rape was “part of the culture” of black South African men.
Madonsela investigated misspending by President Zuma and has been warned of death threats.
Katumbi, the owner of a football club, announced he would run for the Congolese presidency last week.
Governing in the social media age, and with an understanding of youth culture, Obama is our trendiest president ever.
Juma was an outspoken critic of Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Kanu's defense wants to overturn a ruling that allows witnesses to testify anonymously.
Hundreds of millions of dollars in Nigerian money have been secreted abroad.
The Forum for Democratic Change has been demonstrating against Museveni's controversial victory.
A landmark case has been brought by two men who claim to have undergone intrusive medical exams.
Zuma may face the reinstatement of 783 corruption charges, but he’s still popular with rural South Africans.
ISIS claimed responsibility for an attack in Somalia for the first time in April.
Pirates are ramping up their activities off Nigeria's southern coast, according to a report.
King George played for some of Europe’s best clubs and wants to lead the West African nation.
The country expects up to 150,000 people to pass through its borders in 2016, many en route to Europe.