Cartel warriors now carry shoulder-fired launchers that can take down helicopters — and reach across the U.S. border. Should they be redefined as terrorists and rebels instead of just gangsters?
In their first joint trip to Haiti since their honeymoon, the Clintons help inaugurate an industrial park in the country’s north that many hope will jumpstart the economy.
The Jimmy Savile sex-abuse investigation has already surrounded the late TV star’s employer, the BBC, in scandal — but other institutions may soon face scrutiny as well
Chinese authorities in Tibet offer cash rewards for intelligence on self-immolations, Mexico’s Navy leads the country’s war on crime, and UK GDP grows by 1.0%
TIME’s reporter ponders hysteria and the madness of crowds after helping to save a colleague during another groping incident in Cairo
Mindful of its declining appetite for projecting power in the Middle East, the U.S. is relying on more activist partners in the region such Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Turkey to arm the Syrian rebellion. But Tuesday’s visit to Gaza …
Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei is the latest to hop on the Gangnam Style bandwagon.
The scientists were gathered by the government in a PR ploy to allay fears—when the probability of a quake were actually going up.
Once the main transportation mode in Denpasar, Indonesia, the horse cart known as dokar is at the point of extinction
The Netherlands has the highest mortgage debt rate in Europe, the U.S. could soon become the world’s top oil producer, and Syria agrees to a ceasefire during Eid.
Four or five years after their youngest son was kidnapped, the Zhou family gave up hope of ever seeing him again. They would still regularly visit the police in their hometown of Zunyi in southwest China and ask if there was any …
The disorganized opposition to Putin managed to put on huge demonstrations last December–but they couldn’t agree on how to proceed next. Now they have elected a group of 45 people to decide what to do next. It was a hair-raising …
Alarms over Hizballah’s primitive drone were a publicity coup for Lebanon’s Shi’ite militia. But the PR stunt may have given away any potential element of surprise in the event of another war with Israel.