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A global temperature rise of 4C by the end of the century would see parts of Africa warm by up to 6C, making life near impossible for vulnerable urban populations and people working outdoors.
President Ford's debate gaffe about the Soviet Union's influence on Poland was a self-inflicted blow he never fully recovered from.
The one way Donald Trump can win the Republican presidential nomination next year is with a hostile takeover.
The German government and the Anglo-Saxons face a dilemma. The default position of any serious secret service is secrecy, but democratic governments also support free news media.
Fifty years after passage of the Voting Rights Act, Congress seems tone deaf to the battle cry of a new generation of disaffected Americans.
Drones linger over battlefields all over the world, and over places that don’t realize that they’re battlefields until the Hellfire missiles strike.
Erdogan, Turkey’s embattled and volatile leader, looks far less interested in combating Islamic State than in reclaiming his power at home.
Trump didn't create the conservative movement. The conservative movement created him.
I oppose the proposal because, while addressing strategic issues, the deal ignores a moral issue, among the most profound of our time.
Ismail’s story, lived daily by the almost two million Syrians seeking refuge in Turkey, is one of constant instability.
The key issue in play with Hillary Clinton is that it is a violation of national security to maintain classified information on an unclassified system.
A tabloid story of the purest sort broke last weekend in London. And beyond its salacious details, it serves a valuable lesson: That Britain’s once-embattled gossip industry is alive and well – and possibly even doing some good.
While no one disputes that managing China and its multiple neighborhood conflicts remains on Washington's radar, this effort is often overshadowed by other priorities.
“The nightmare is if nobody respected the leadership anymore in the Taliban,” said Graeme Smith, an International Crisis Group senior analyst who is based in Kabul, “because then you have no one to talk to.”
All of Sub-Saharan Africa, with 961 million residents, currently only consumes about as much power as New York City.
Television doctors are engaged in the practice of medicine, with all of the attendant obligations to be trustworthy. They are potential sources of valuable information -- or harmful misinformation.
Nearly a quarter of all Trump’s emoting at his campaign kick-off event in Trump Tower involved sadness.
Nothing that's made out of metal is sexier than a fighter jet. But is the F-35 the plane to buy?
Legendary golfer Gary Player disapproves of recent comments from Donald Trump but says he deserves a mulligan.
NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman says the game on the ice and the business overall has never been better.