Admiral Mike Mullen, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, says US foreign policy is too dependent on military generals and admirals and not enough on the State Department.
Hunger and food insecurity can destabilize whole regions. That dimension is raising new interest in tackling the issue, says Kanayo Nwanze, the new head of the UN's International Fund for Agricultural Development.
A new campaign asks 'What would Dumbledore do?' as the latest 'Harry Potter' movie hits the screens.
Wamego, Kan., celebrates its fifth annual 'Oztoberfest' this weekend. But you can find its tributes to 'The Wizard of Oz' around town all year long.
For the first time in the Middle East, prisoners stage a play and gain insight and respite from overcrowding and anger.
How to fix it is a topic of rancorous debate. Some set out to improve the conversation.
Kansas State University professor Michael Wesch’s ‘World Sim’ course – aka Anthropology 204 – helps students create new ‘cultures’ to get beyond the multiple choices to understanding the ‘why’ of global affairs.
Rise of the Rays and the Phillies hints at decline of the George Steinbrenner strategy of writing big checks to build winning teams.