Argentina is taking steps, like limiting pre-verdict statements, to speed up their judicial process in an effort to bring closure to victims of dictatorship-era crimes before alleged perpetrators die of old age.
The US rented shipping containers for the Afghan war effort. Simply buying them would have been a lot cheaper.
Thousands turned out to protest the reopening of NATO supply lines through Pakistan, but most of the protest leaders do not command power at the ballot box.
Debt could be the defining factor of whether Brazil's middle class families can maintain an improved standard of living or slide backward, writes a guest blogger.
Underscoring its central role, Russia met with opposition Syrian National Council in Moscow today to discuss a new proposal.
The former California governor and action film star has founded R20 Regions of Climate Action. It teams local and state governments, and other partners, to find ways to become energy efficient in economically viable ways.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has recently been photographed with an unknown woman, causing international buzz.
In today's dollars, the 1948 London Olympic Games cost about $33 million. This year's tab: about $17 billion. What happened?
A reporter who covered the battle of Tripoli returns for Libya's first election in decades to find a city that has achieved a tenuous peace.
London residents today lost a bid to stop rooftop missile deployments. Many Britons are questioning Olympics they say are most notable for super-sized costs and security.
Mongolia is rich in copper, coal, and gold. But many Mongolians still see the country's true value in its endless grasslands.