Among the leaders of a movement to turn the end of the Cold War into economic opportunity was a mother of four in St. Paul, Minnesota, who had spent 14 years soldering circuit boards for nuclear submarines. Claudette Munson died of cancer on July 25.
The Spanish government has been showing the world how to repress an uprising European-style.
There's a lot of radioactive material in the world. But is the illegal market in nukes really a threat?
With evermore mouths to feed, how will we be able to coax more food out of our exhausted soil?
In the wake of the DSK case, stories of asylum cheats are spreading. But the reality is of honest, desperate people navigating a deeply flawed system.
The much-proclaimed reset in U.S.-Russian relations has been more rhetorical than real.
At a time of severe economic crisis, nearly one-fifth of the House of Representatives is going on a junket to Israel this summer.
Today, like 70 years ago, the world teeters on the verge of calamity. It is important once again to face global threats as united nations.
Glenn Carle was interrogating a top al-Qaeda operative when he started to have doubts.
Malawi has turned around its agricultural sector. Can it overcome political challenges to become a model for Africa?