General H "Stormin' Norman" Schwarzkopf passed away at 78. He was the general in charge of Operation Desert Storm.
To deny that homosexuality in Uganda exists is to go beyond thinking there’s something wrong with a gay person, to thinking there’s something wrong with a society where it is possible to be gay.
What the latest move by Iran means for the critical waterway and U.S. policy in the region.
President Obama sent early Christmas presents to two Al Qaeda members operating in Yemen, via drone strikes, to wish them a merry Christmas and a happy New Year in the afterlife.
The move is supposedly retaliation for a U.S. law that Russia didn’t like, but it seems like the only people it will hurt are the Russian orphans that will now be denied a better home.
As the Syrian president's administration continues to fracture, reports have emerged that he may be exploring options to finally leave the country.
Despite the hard economic conditions the Greeks are living with on a daily basis, the Christmas spirit is evident in various forms.
The recent Delhi gang rape of a 23-year-old college student reveals how unsafe the country is for women.
Scenes of the civilian life in the ongoing crisis in Syria.
Another Christmas in Bethlehem under occupation, surrounded by walls, with more settlements on the horizon. But a solution is not impossible in 2013.
Palestinians have released a video showing the realities of Christmas in the city of Bethlehem, the birthplace of Jesus.
A new report by the CPJ found 2012 to be the worst year for journalists to be imprisoned on charges of terrorism and anti-state offenses.
Conservatives don’t like Hagel because he was against going to war in Iraq a decade ago and has pushed for diplomacy instead of war in Iran. But that’s exactly why he’s a good choice.
The UN claims that the civil war in Syria is turning increasingly sectarian, and the evidence confirms it.
Winning the Gujarat elections convincingly three times in a row, the stage is set for Modi to stage a campaign for prime minister in 2014. But can his charisma keep the whole nation spellbound?
China closely watched the tragic shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary and has lauded its system for banning civilian ownership of guns. This outlook is wrong, because China is not a free country.
While many are calling for new investments in agriculture, there are facets of our global economy that need to be halted to fight food insecurity. No longer can such issues remain "off the table"
Chavez has cancer and may not be healthy enough to be sworn in for president. Chavismo's political machine is on the verge of collapse.
Egypt's new constitution is likely to pass today despite significant opposition to it. Until consensus is found, U.S. interests remain threatened.
Park Geun-hye, the conservative daughter of the former 18-year ruler of South Korea, was elected as the country's first woman president. Her rise to power means a continuation of the status quo.
Catch up here on the year’s revolts, coups and political transitions in Africa as well as what to expect in 2013.
David Crist's book details the war that has been going on right under our noses with incredibly vivid detail.
Japan's new Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe, will help American interests in the Asia-Pacific region, especially with China.
The results are in, Park Geun-hye of the Saenuri Party has won South Korea's 2012 presidential election with 51.6% of the vote.
The former Italian prime minister, is back. He would like to be prime minister again and he is bringing a friend. This won't turn out well.