Full story - February 03, 2016
Child neurologist Vanessa Van Der Linden checks X-rays of a baby's skull with microcephaly at the hospital Barao de Lucena in Recife, Brazil, Jan. 26.
Pernambuco state registered 194 cases in the first week of November. Last week, it reported just 34.
Full story - February 01, 2016
The immediate aftermath of a coalition airstrike on Syria in October, 2015.
America's fight against ISIS is creating more civilian casualties that it had initially reported.
Full story - February 01, 2016
A seller displays El Chapo T-shirts for sale in the Tepito neighborhood of Mexico City on Jan. 25, 2016.
El Chapo is now a brand.
Full story - January 29, 2016
A baby born with microcephaly reacts to stimulus during an evaluation session with a physiotherapist at the Altino Ventura rehabilitation center in Recife, Brazil on January 28, 2016.
Take a deep breath, everyone.
Full story - January 29, 2016
A woman wearing a face mask on the subway in Moscow, Russia, Jan. 28.
Swine flu — remember that? Also called H1N1, it's the strain that became a pandemic in 2009 and claimed tens of thousands of lives around the world. Well, in Eastern Europe, it’s back.
Full story - January 28, 2016
Alessandro Gomes, who has microcephaly, has his head measured by a neurologist at the Oswaldo Cruz Hospital in Recife, Brazil, Jan. 26.
In a country with restrictive abortion laws, the Zika virus is changing the debate.
Full story - January 26, 2016
UK Prime Minister David Cameron speaks with women attending an English language class during a visit to the Shantona Women's Centre in Leeds, Britain, on Jan. 18, 2016.
After British media reported that Prime Minister David Cameron spoke in private about the "traditional submissiveness" of Muslim women, he was set straight by large group of smart (and sarcastic) women of the Islamic faith.
Full story - January 26, 2016
A waiter counts Venezuelan bolivar notes, corresponding to the bill for a lunch of 4 people.
New jaw-dropping numbers are out that suggest just how badly things have become in the oil-rich South American nation.
Full story - January 26, 2016
Is importing beef Argentina's next step?
Beef is a matter of pride to Argentines. The cattle-herding gaucho is central to the nation's self-image. Can it be that Argentina doesn't make enough beef to feed its people?
Full story - January 25, 2016
Empty desks in European Parliament on Jan. 20, 2016.
Angered by years of economic stagnation or government graft, worried by immigration and fearful of terrorism, voters are rejecting traditional, centrist politicians.