To India’s Displeasure, China Woos Bhutan
Innocent Till Proven Guilty
U.S Senators Vow ‘Decisive Against’ Against Saudi Arabia
World Heritage Sites Under Threat
Child Killer Hanged to Death
How a new technology that figures out just how your mind works is about to make us all a whole lot smarter.
Father Marcelo Rossi has a No. 1 bestseller, legions of followers, and an unusual style of Catholicism.
Once an isolated imperial outpost, Burma is now the center of a battle between East and West.
How did an amateur pilot-turned-bookstore owner end up at the pinnacle of the CIA?
Technology has revolutionized what we can measure about our lives. But is all that tracking good for our health?
How rising inequality and social stagnation are reshaping the U.S. for the worse.
Tehmina Durrani takes on a new challenge.
What started as a small protest in a tiny park is now a movement that won’t disappear quickly.
In the Syrian village of Khan Assobl, the regime aims its shells at civilians, hardening hearts—one casualty at a time.
Is Afghanistan destined to be run by a drug mafia?
Obama taps James Comey to run the FBI.
Genetic testing raises ethical questions that medicine is not prepared to answer.
Cyberspies are everywhere. But who are they helping?
The many cases for getting married younger.
Can a small, oil-rich nation save American news?
Self-harm now takes more lives than war, murder, and natural disasters combined. Why are we killing ourselves, and how can we stop it?
Denis McDonough is Obama’s man—in scandal mode.
Five years later, Guantánamo remains open. It is the president’s biggest failure. Now he tries to close it—again.
Set to become Pakistan’s prime minister for an unprecedented third time, Sharif is a much changed man since he was last in power.
As one of Brazil’s biggest landowners, Kátia Abreu rides a horse to work and never shuns a fight.