In January, one of Africa's most stable democracies was violently ripping itself apart. How was it saved? In a four-part special report, the key players tell what happened.
The country's two political rivals agreed to help ease distribution of humanitarian aid, but not to a power-sharing government.
Readers write about science in the courtroom, the validity of Hamas, Kenya's strife, Sufi poet Rumi, and global-warming prevention.
Long-simmering ethnic tensions threaten to tear apart East Africa's most stable, prosperous country.
Africa Union Chairman John Kufuor is expected to arrive in Kenya Thursday for talks to calm ethnic tensions in the wake of Thursday's disputed presidential vote.