A new book challenges long-held misconceptions about Kim and his regime, and predicts denuclearization won’t happen there until it happens everywhere.
At least 73 people have died and more than 3,700 were injured when a large explosion caused widespread damage throughout the beleaguered city.
Juan Carlos I, who abdicated in 2014, has gone into hiding after a big-game hunting getaway with a German princess raised questions about the contents of his Swiss bank account.
A cat that broke out of prison is on the run after being apprehended with heroin and SIM cards it was smuggling to Sri Lankan inmates.
Salvadoran pilot and UN peacekeeper Carlos Guillén Alfaro’s death in Mali remains shrouded in mystery—and his family is desperate for answers.
Hong Kong’s China-backed leadership is using the coronavirus pandemic as an excuse to delay elections and crack down on dissent. Sound familiar?
Vladimir Putin’s relentless assault on LGBTQ rights in Russia continues, helped by ex-senator Yekaterina Lakhova, who recently said rainbow-colored ice cream was “gay propaganda.”