Hillary Clinton has the biggest chance in U.S. history of shattering the ultimate glass ceiling and becoming the first female commander in chief. But could men spoil it for her?
From Russia to China, and the UK to Iceland, the revelations of the "Panama Papers" have tarnished officials and the wealthy over the implication that they hide riches offshore.
Four decades after his brother was killed during a rescue operation in Uganda, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is embarking on an African mission of his own -- but with very different aims.
His mouth open wide, four-year-old Milos is intent on managing a plate of fish and potatoes using adult-sized cutlery -- a meal all too rare for the many Roma children living in squalor in Slovakia.
Residents of Tripoli have started to breathe a little easier since the head of a new unity government came to town promising a way out of Libya's political and economic crises.
Wisconsin takes center stage Tuesday, when the state votes in the U.S. presidential primary race, with Republican front-runner Donald Trump and top Democrat Hillary Clinton seen as underdogs against their never-give-up rivals.
The EU will unveil plans to overhaul its asylum system this week following a controversial migrant deal with Turkey, but the proposals look set to trigger fresh rows in a bloc already deeply divided by the refugee crisis.
A truce appears to have emerged in the undeclared global "currency war," but analysts question whether central banks have really given up manipulating exchange rates to prop up their economies.
New York, Seattle, California: in the battle over the U.S. minimum wage, cities and states are taking their own initiative, making regional advances toward the goal of a US$15 an hour floor.
Its slogan was "the voice of the voiceless," but after four decades the prestigious Lebanese daily As-Safir is in danger of falling silent, illustrating the unprecedented crisis rocking the country's media.