A list of the best new and upcoming cookbooks to diversify your own culinary repertoire or offer as holiday gifts.
In power since 2003, Recep Tayyip Erdogan is now running for president, a less powerful post. If he wins, he's expected to retool the largely symbolic position.
Iranian President Rouhani arrived in Ankara with a coterie of ministers and businessmen. Iran and Turkey hope to double their trade by 2015 and may be betting on an end to sanctions on Iran.
For decades, Turkey's elections have been considered largely free and fair. But irregularities in last week's provincial and local elections have undermined one of the remaining trusted institutions.
Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan's party triumphed in yesterday's local elections. Within hours, the websites of news outlets linked to a political rival went down.
Turkish activists and the European Union are applying pressure on President Abdullah Gul to veto a recently-passed Internet censorship law. Turkey has long aspired to join the club of European democracies.
A Christian Science perspective: A longtime Christian resident of Turkey reflects on the growing trend of Christians fleeing the Middle East.
The US and European governments worry that Turkey is turning a blind eye to jihadis from their soil seeking to fight in Syria, and fear the consequences when these blooded fighters return home.
Turkey's Koc Holding has been investigated repeatedly since helping antigovernment protesters this summer. Will that chill investment?
Riot police advanced on protesters in Istanbul's Taksim Square shortly after Prime Minister Erdogan warned the peaceful demonstrators to clear out or be forcibly removed.
While anti-government protesters continue their sit-in in Gezi Park, tens of thousands rallied in support of Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Saturday.