A new eight-team league hopes to hook India on American football. Will the game sell in South Asia?
Yom Kippur, a day of atonement and repentance, is considered the holiest of Jewish holidays. The Day of Atonement is marked by a 25-hour period of fasting, intense reflection and prayers.
Millions of beer drinkers descend on the Bavarian capital for the 179th Octoberfest, which runs from Sept. 22 until Oct. 7, 2012. Germany’s famous fair is the world’s largest, attracting more than six million people annually from …
The BBC apologized to the Queen of England after a security correspondent detailed a private conversation in which the head of state had voiced a political opinion
The U.S. President’s address to the U.N. General Assembly raised more questions than it answered on the substantial foreign policy challenges in the Middle East
Escalating economic and employment woes, as well as serious rifts within his leftist majority and Cabinet, cast a dark shadow over French President François Hollande’s moment in the international sun as he addressed the U.N.
The instinct to protect U.S. spies and diplomats will mean limiting their access to human intelligence throughout the restive Middle East
The socialist government has stopped releasing statistics, but on the eve of Chávez’s re-election bid his country’s murder rate is much worse than Mexico’s—which is fighting a narco war
The Harvard scholar is keen to have the authenticity and context of the intriguing papyrus explored and debated. But she remains excited by the find
On deck for Tuesday: Peru’s Supreme Court is asked to overturn a ruling that could help Fujimori, wealth patterns are changing in China, and the Queen gets involved in an extradition case.
Why are so many successful actors in the U.S. actually posh Brits?
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton envisions a future shaped by pragmatism, collaboration and shared values
Claims of procedural and evidentiary anomalies in a huge trial of coup plotters raise criticism of the Erdogan administration. Is the Prime Minister trying too hard to bury the military — and Turkish secularism?