In the Spotlight
Did Oil Kill the Dinosaurs?
Sixty-six million years ago, planet Earth was forever changed when a six-mile-wide asteroid smashed into the Yucatan Peninsula, triggering a series of events that killed off the dinosaurs.
Viewpoints: Panama Papers Explained
Rich, famous and politically powered individuals are secretly cheating international law by hiding their fortunes in anonymous, legal, offshore shell companies, allowing them to skirt tax laws and make major money moves in the shadows.
Viewpoints: The Growing Water Crisis in America
Americans take for granted that when they open a faucet, water will come out—and clean water at that. It’s time for Americans to reduce their lavish use of water, and for the U.S. government to figure out a long-term solution to ensure that the water is safe to drink.
Viewpoints: Donald Trump Supporters
Donald Trump's supporters can readily articulate why they will be voting for him if he wins the Republican nomination. But can and will Trump actually deliver what his supporters are looking for?
ISIS, Turkey and Oil: Interview with Pelicourt
Viewpoints: Violence Between Israel and Palestine
Khalid al-Asaad Slaughtered by ISIS
Global Refugee Crisis Deepens by the Day
Viewpoints: Paris Climate Summit
Is Russia Plotting to Bring Down OPEC?
Taiwan's Participation in the WHO Annual Assembly Is Vital to Ensuring Global Health Security
Dr. Tzou-yien Lin, Minister of Health and Welfare, Republic of China (Taiwan)
Myanmar: Transition Within Transition
Viewpoints: North Korea Tests Nuclear Bomb
Viewpoints: What the World Thinks About Clinton vs. Trump
Argentina's Painful Return to "Economic Orthodoxy"
Aiding Central America's "Women on the Run"
Gabriela Díaz Prieto and Sarah Gammage
Food Insecurity and Climate Change in Egypt
Tunisia: Escaping the Great Mosque of Uqba
Angela Smith Kirkman
Renew the African Growth and Opportunity Act
Udunopa B. Abalu