Looking for the perfect summer read? You couldn't do better than to pick up any of these 10 thrillers, each set in a different corner of the world. From Instanbul to Tokyo to Nairobi to the steamy South of France, these books will keep you turning pages at a desperate pace, even as you travel the globe.Compiled by the editors of The Barnes & Noble Review
Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed several energy deals in Latin America as he visits the region this week. Will it hurt the US's energy influence, or is Putin just focused on expanding Russia's economic relationships?
Many Argentines are optimistic the Vaca Muerta (Dead Cow) oil and gas fields can transform their nation’s fortunes overnight. Interest from Russian and Chinese leaders is helping fuel that hope.
The floral perfume of orange confit, highlighted by its scorched bitter notes, accentuates the rich gamey flavor of duck breast. The hint of sweetness from brown sugar rounds everything out.
Pope Francis 'gets' the vast Roman Catholic middle – and that, alone, may be revolutionary for a pontiff. He may delight the world by veering from Vatican script on such issues as gay marriage, abortion and contraception, but will he change the ancient church?
Almost eight years after Buenos Aires laid out mandatory trash reduction goals, the government is finally starting a recycling program.