As it prepares to host soccer's 2010 World Cup, South Africa must make a choice: Will it follow the legacy of Nelson Mandela, or slide into racial resentment?
Scholar Francis Fukuyama and former Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson talk about China, Wall Street, and the global financial crisis.
Other U.S. presidents have bonded with foreign leaders, but Obama so far has no such ties. Does that matter?
The experienced and large delegation from Japan showed a deft hand in its win against a bluefin tuna ban and other measures at the 175-nation CITES meeting on endangered species in Qatar.
As studies predict that vital coral reefs are headed for extinction worldwide, experts say hunger, poverty, and political instability could ensue.
Netflix said today that it would begin shipping instant streaming discs to some owners of the Nintendo Wii. That means that Netflix will soon be available on all three major video game consoles, including the Sony PlayStation 3 and the Microsoft Xbox 360.
As a growing nuclear power plant builder and exporter, South Korea wants to reprocess nuclear fuel. That's counter to a US deal.
On the success of the film 'Slumdog Millionaire,' India tour agents are bringing more and more Westerners for sight-seeing rides through Mumbai's stench-filled slums.
Researchers say ancestors of hobbit-like humans may have colonized an Indonesian island one million years ago.
'Jihobbyists' are people drawn to the online theater of violent jihad, becoming increasingly radical as they delve deeper into Web forums. Colleen LaRose, also known as 'Jihad Jane,' is an example of this threat, according to counterterrorism experts.