A German museum has a bust of the Egyptian Queen Nefertiti as its centerpiece. But should Germany and other Western nations keep or return Egypt's cultural artifacts?
The national debt is worrying to conservatives and liberals alike. The question? What to do about it.
While financial innovation is often associated with nearly toppling the international economic system, some entrepreneurs are preparing a different breed of financial tools.
The energetic memoir of Harold Evans, a newspaperman who refuses to sing the blues.
The trial of former Bosnian Serb President Radovan Karadzic on ethnic-cleansing charges began Thursday in the Hague with Karadzic staying away, saying he needs more time to prepare his defense.
Iran said the guards were just chasing drug dealers when they crossed into Pakistani soil Monday. But some in Pakistan suspect it has to do with last week's deadly suicide bombing in Iran.
How to dress for success in Afghanistan? Hamid Karzai and Abdullah Abdullah are candidates for the world's best-dressed politicians.
Adversaries and allies alike should remember the unique role of the US in keeping the world safe and prosperous – and help out.
Human spaceflight today may be where the satellite business was early on: Governments initially handled everything, but eventually companies took over the business.