Is the goal of the international military action in Libya regime change or humanitarian intervention? Many disagree.
Almost 20 years after the collapse of the Soviet Union, the film "My Perestroika" looks back on the last generation that grew up behind the iron curtain.
There are now 61 journalists in detention in Turkey, a country that is held up as a model for Islamic democracies.
Australia has become a battleground over taxing carbon, pitting conservatives against liberals in a fight over climate change.
A deadly bomb attack in central Jerusalem inspires fear and evokes memories of past attacks.
Victims of the recent earthquake and tsunami in Japan face a daunting task of rebuilding the country.
President Barack Obama's visit to Brazil highlights the country's investment in science and technology as global economic competition heats up.
The recent earthquake and tsunami in Japan is taking a psychological toll, but it could also help bring the country together.
Bahrain has broken out into violence and reliable information on the clashes between protesters and government forces is hard to find.
As the protests in Bahrain continues to escalate, Saudi Arabia has sent in troops and the United States and Iran have raised similar concerns.