Prime Minister David Cameron stands accused of unleashing "Project Fear" to try and keep Britain in the EU at a June referendum -- but experts say both camps are resorting to negative campaign tactics to win support.1 Comment
Barack Obama will make history this month by becoming the first U.S. president to visit Cuba in almost a century, but he also hopes to remake the United States' image in Latin America.
Many words, little action: three years after Pope Francis's election, victims of priest sex abuse are bitter and disappointed, accusing the Church of having failed to punish guilty clerics and end a culture of complacency on the issue.
With an F-bomb against Donald Trump that made global headlines, Mexico's former president Vicente Fox expressed the anger felt by his compatriots against the equally potty-mouthed White House hopeful.
Htin Kyaw, a former driver for Aung San Suu Kyi and a close friend, was nominated to be Myanmar's first civilian president in decades Thursday.
Nervous Asian investors resumed selling on Wednesday as the optimism that had fueled this month's rally was broken by another round of weak Chinese data that rekindled fears about the global economy.
As the film and music industries grapple with the fallout from the race rows that dogged the Oscars and the Brit Awards, English author Bali Rai warns publishing too has a serious diversity issue.
As Apple's legal battle with the FBI over encryption heads toward a showdown, there appears little hope for a compromise that would placate both sides and avert a divisive court decision.1 Comment
Would the scandal surrounding the lead-contaminated water in Flint, Michigan happen if the residents were rich white people?
Argentina's plan to borrow US$15 billion in a blockbuster return to world financial markets is set to win over international investors despite the nation's history of defaults, analysts say.