By Ari Phillips on January 30, 2014
The NSA was gathering information on other countries' plans during the most hyped climate change summit of the decade.
By Hayes Brown on January 30, 2014
After two missed deadlines, the United States is growing concerned that Syria is slow-rolling the international community on its chemical weapons.
By Hayes Brown on January 28, 2014
A 32,000 ton ship is on its way to the Mediterranean in a first-of-its-kind mission to destroy a chemical arsenal at sea.
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By Hayes Brown on January 27, 2014
Despite promises, the Syrian government is still blocking aid to a neighborhood of Damascus that residents say are being punished through starvation.
By Hayes Brown on January 24, 2014
Now that a cease-fire between government and rebels is in effect, the more than half a million who fled the fighting wait to see if it's safe to go home.
By Travis Waldron on January 24, 2014
The U.N. is the newest front in the fight to against the name of Washington's football team.
By Hayes Brown on January 15, 2014
The U.S. has now donated $1.7 billion towards Syrian refugees. But how much of it will actually reach those in need?
By Hayes Brown on January 14, 2014
A new U.N. report details the early December violence that catapulted the Central African Republic to the international spotlight.
By Hayes Brown on January 10, 2014
A sign erected in a U.N. camp shows different areas for South Sudanese ethnic groups. Here's why.
By Hayes Brown on January 8, 2014
"In a sense it's the suicide of Syria, because the hospitals have been bombed, schools have been bombed, civilians have been killed by the tens of thousands," one official said.