People can now apply for citizenship in the Kingdom of Dixit.
Saad Hariri inherited the leadership of the mostly Sunni Muslim Future Movement and Lebanon's sectarian politics after his father's assassination in 2005.
China's visit to North Korea might get Trump something he wants.
Self-regulation can address the concerns of lawmakers more effectively than government action.
It’s not just because the sun is so far away.
A military takeover seems to herald the last days of Africa’s oldest ruler, whose tenor has seen Zimbabwe fall into economic despair.
Merchandise trade with Mexico and Canada last year totaled more than $1 trillion—nearly 6 percent of US GDP.
Tillerson said violence against the Rohingya Muslim minority showed “characteristics of crimes against humanity.”
China revealed it’s building the world’s fastest wind tunnel only a month after offering a glimpse of its new hypersonic DZ-ZF missile glider.
It isn’t a victimless act when companies and the wealthy shield their money from governments.
On trade and human rights, Trump disappointed our allies and strengthened Xi’s hand.
The military has seized the state television station and taken Mugabe and his wife prisoner.
The hundreds of 9,000-year-old structures initially baffled experts when they saw them in satellite imagery.
The Knyaz Vladimir is the first of five nuclear-powered submarines that Moscow believes will upgrade its navy.
Perhaps they’re more alike than they might like to admit.
Jerry Brown and Michael Bloomberg founded “America’s Pledge” after Trump decided to pull America out of the Paris climate deal.
A South Korean law allows the country to deport foreigners if they pose a threat to security or public interest.
Astronomers are still figuring out what the heck happened during an explosion first spotted in 2010.
Here's how you can provide aid relief to those affected in the Islamic Republic.
Local politicians tried to prevent Muslims from praying on the streets of a Paris suburb last week.
Dutch and Australian experts are excavating the bodies of victims in the worst act of mass murder in present-day Australian territory.
Whether you're looking for a tropical getaway or a chance to sit by the ocean, this project has you covered.
It is the second time the Roshen store has been targeted in protest against Petro Poroshenko.
The country’s most powerful earthquake recorded a 5.8 magnitude and occurred last year, roughly in the same area.
The luxury car will be auctioned to help Iraqi Christians devastated by jihadi group.
Benedict Allen, a British explorer, failed to make it back to Papua New Guinea's capital Port Morseby.
In the absence of hard facts, many have turned to parody or unverified sources for information on the military takeover in Harare.
As Washington urges Russia's state-funded network to register as a "foreign agent," Moscow is considering restrictions on all international press.
LGBT activists are celebrating in Australia after the country voted in favor of same-sex marriage.
It even orbits a star that doesn't spit out deadly rays on a regular basis—cozy!