by Beenish Ahmed Jul 27, 2015
"I felt that if I told someone, it would upset…members of the congregation."
by Justin Salhani Jul 27, 2015
The letter comes of the heels of a weekend littered with comments, some rather controversial, on the deal.
by Ryan Koronowski Jul 26, 2015 Updated: Jul 31, 2015
The former Arkansas governor's rhetoric contrasts sharply with his more moderate philosophy during his 2008 presidential run.
by Lauren C. Williams Jul 26, 2015
France’s highest court upheld a new national intelligence bill that would give the government unprecedented spying power — including NSA-style metadata collection — at home and internationally.
by Justin Salhani Jul 25, 2015
Poe first proposed this bill just two days after the attack on French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo.
by Beenish Ahmed Jul 24, 2015
"We literally paid for our own oppression," Indian Parliamentarian Shashi Tharoor said in a debate at the Oxford Union.
From rotten eggs to urination, here's a round-up of of the more outrageous plans Kenyans have been working up ahead of Obama's first visit to their country as president.
by Sam P.K. Collins Jul 24, 2015
Religious tensions are running high.
by Beenish Ahmed Jul 23, 2015
Due to intense government censorship, T.S. may be far more likely to mean Taylor Swift than Tiananmen Square for young people in China.
by Justin Salhani Jul 23, 2015
Ami Ayalon, former head of Israel’s internal security outfit called Shin Bet and former chief of the Israeli Navy, told The Daily Beast that the issue “is not black and white.”