In a country where public school systems are failing, a growing nonprofit organization shows students and teachers how to revitalize learning.
The vast majority of senior American military officers are refighting the Vietnam War through the books they read, the scholarship they publish and the policies they continue to pursue in the Greater Middle East.
More than a third of India’s electricity supply is at risk from water scarcity, which also threatens urban life in parts of South Africa.
Two U.S. military veterans go to Japan to discuss the horrors of Hiroshima and Nagasaki and the urgent need for nuclear disarmament.
The agreements still require approval from the International Olympic Committee, but they are prominent steps toward rapprochement.
A small but persistent group in Pakistan—fed up with firearm violence among the populace—challenges a deeply ingrained gun culture.
Reflections by Henry Rosemont, the late author and scholar of Chinese philosophy, help in trying to understand the president.
"We are not going to let the United States be taken advantage of anymore," Trump tells CEOs on the sidelines of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation conference.
On his first day on the peninsula, the president again pushed Pyongyang to abandon its nuclear weapons but sounded optimistic, saying “ultimately, it’ll all work out.”
You probably noticed that 2015 was pretty weird. But hey, it's a brand new year -- a fresh start, a blank slate, an unwritten script. In 2016, what could possibly go wrong?