Ram Singh, bus driver and one of the six accused of gang rape and murder in Delhi back in January, committed suicide. What this means for the case, India, and women there remains to be seen.
The world's largest democracy has finally started to have a discussion about women's rights and cultural change. Follow along here for continual updates.
On December 16, Jyoti Singh Pandey was brutally raped in New Delhi, India. On January 7, the proceedings begin against the five men and one minor charged with her rape, murder, and kidnapping.
In the days since Damini's tragic death, protests continue, as does the uncovering of several similar rape cases and violations of basic rights.
The gang rape and battery of a young medical student on a Delhi bus has sparked a rage among young people across the country, in a way women in India have never expressed publicly.
Making sense of the death of so many children is seemingly impossible, but achieving meaningful gun control laws should not be.
Women were a key voting bloc in this election and it showed at the polls with 19 women set to serve in the Senate among some other historic victories.
Not favoring Obama may be one of the few points of policy that solidly GOP districts in the southern U.S. and Pakistan have in common.
Not as much foreign policy was debated last night, mostly because Romney agreed with Obama on many issues.
The Presidential Debate on Twitter: 7.2 million tweets during the second presidential debate. We've summarized the best 45 for you.
LIVE updates of the second Obama-Romney debate. Don't just watch it, follow along here for updates, tweets, and analysis.
LIVE blog of the vice presidential debate on October 11 with up-to-the-minute updates and analysis from all over the web, Twitter, Facebook, and TV, so keep your laptops open while you watch!
Your source for up-to-the-minute updates, details, and info about President Obama and Vice President Biden's nomination acceptance speeches at the DNC on Thursday night.
Former President Bill Clinton's speech on Wednesday evening has the potential to have a huge impact on the tone of the Democratic Convention, so expect fireworks on Night 2 in Charlotte.
The DNC will certainly point out how 'out of touch' Romney is, but they should do it through appealing to voting groups with specifics instead of through personal attack.
Follow along live with updates and analysis of all the major speeches at the DNC in Charlotte.
Though his tribute to his parents and family was heartfelt, there was a dark underside to Mitt Romney's acceptance speech as far as foreign policy was concerned.
Fox News contributor Juan Williams commented last night that Ann Romney seemed like a 'corporate wife.' Though his statements are part of the problem of misogyny, he did have valid points.
The New York Times highlights the second set of 1,000 US soldiers killed while serving in Afghanistan. A powerful visual, it's a reminder of a war that is continuing and has an unclear end.
Here are the four most important foreign policy issues in the 2012 Presidential election.
On Sunday, Greek voters head to the polls to elect a new government, in a closely watched election which could determine whether Greece stays in the euro or not.
The upcoming historic Egypt elections have several regional and foreign policy implications. Here is a short breakdown of three of the major candidates.
After 11 years and billions of dollars, Afghanistan will still be a pertinent issue in elections around the world.
While North Korea had a failed rocket launch and threats of nuclear tests, India's was successful and will not receive the same criticism despite rising tensions with China.
Though Bashar al-Assad has accepted the peace plan set forth by Kofi Annan, the agreement will be useless because it does not call for a regime change.
The GOP candidates are now raising and spending less than they did in 2008. They can learn some lessons from Vegas about how to win over voters and spend more effectively.