By Hayes Brown on November 6, 2013
Now that the strongest rebel group in the Democratic Republic of the Congo has been defeated, what comes next?
By Hayes Brown on November 5, 2013
Sens. Mark Kirk (R-IL) and Kelly Ayotte (R-NH) are trying to win ratification of an important treaty for Americans with disabilities.
By Aviva Shen on November 5, 2013
International drug policy is failing, says the former Secretary General of the UN.
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By Tara Culp-Ressler on November 1, 2013
Society's first instinct is usually to blame pregnant teens for making bad choices. In a new report, the UN points out that's not actually the right way to tackle the issue.
By Hayes Brown on October 31, 2013
The United Nations has gone on the offensive for the first time in decades. And, to the surprise of many, it's worked so far.
By Hayes Brown on October 29, 2013
The United Nations is moving towards creating an early warning system to keep us all from ending up like the dinosaurs.
According to the first report from the team destroying them, the November 1 deadline to destroy Damascus's ability to use chemical weapons will be met.
By Hayes Brown on October 25, 2013
The NSA leaks were meant to stop domestic surveillance of Americans. They may wind up completely changing the Internet as we now understand it.
By Hayes Brown on October 18, 2013
The choice comes as a surprise to observers of both the Middle East and the United Nations.
By Hayes Brown on October 17, 2013
Despite the Security Council's goals of upholding international peace and security, some of its newest members haven't had the most success in that field.