In a rare interview in 2002, the South African president demands George W. Bush win United Nations support before attacking Iraq.
For all of the talk of rebalancing America's foreign policy, the U.S. remains preoccupied with the usual suspects.
What would inspire a Muslim to go to fight in Syria? For Houssam Najjair, 34, a.k.a "Irish Sam," it was patriotism.
This week, Poland takes on politics and Korea targets imported cars.
America’s deficit was shrinking and its economic outlook was improving. Enter politics.
New lawsuit asks for $50,000 in damages for time spent going through security checks
16-year-old advocate for women's education called a "Western puppet" and "global brand"
Chin'a's National Tourism Administration issued a handbook detailing dos and don’ts for Chinese mainland tourists, including keeping their nose-hair trimmed (do) and leaving foot prints on toilet seats (don't).
Free market forces may leave China’s new cities empty forever
A special scientific research team has finally published its answer to a grisly mystery.
The FBI claims the man it detained, Ross William Ulbricht, is an international drug smuggler known online by the alias Dread Pirate Roberts.
Taxpayers aren’t just giving away their natural resources – they’re paying Big Oil to haul them away