The Plight Of Africa's Albino People
March 07 2013 12:37 PM EST
Albino people in East/Southern Africa are suffering attacks, amputations and murders, but some advocacy groups are working for change.
Big Oil Eyes Venezuela But It May Have To Be Patient
March 07 2013 10:38 AM EST
With Chavez no longer running Venezuela, its once-mighty petroleum industry could be restored -- but only slowly.
Kenya May Elect A Man Indicted For Fomenting Violence
March 05 2013 11:54 PM EST
Provisional Kenyan presidential election results show front-runner Uhuru Kenyatta may win despite being indicted for crimes against humanity.
iPhone 5S Release Date Tipped To Be In June Or August; iPad 5 In April
March 05 2013 6:05 AM EST
It has been reported that Apple is planning to release its next generation iPhone model, aka the “iPhone 5S,” in August.
Top Al Qaeda Leaders In Africa Could Be Dead, But Does It Matter?
March 05 2013 5:58 AM EST
Chadian officials say Mokhtar Belmokhtar and Abdelhamid Abou Zeid are dead. But even if it's true, regional turmoil is far from over.
As Kenya Votes, Lines Are Long But Violence Is Low
March 04 2013 2:23 PM EST
Kenyan voters now await the election results of a close contest between Raila Odinga and Uhuru Kenyatta, with violence under control.
Sideshow Bob: Woodward Drama A Sequester Distraction
March 01 2013 2:50 PM EST
Legendary Washington Postman Bob Woodward got into a tussle with the White House after he challenged its handling of the sequester.
Gerard Depardieu Abhors Taxes, Adores Autocrats
March 01 2013 6:54 AM EST
France's top actor hates Hollande but has no problem with Russia's Putin, Chechnya's Kadyrov, and the daughter of Uzbekistan's Karimov.
'SVU' Episode About Rihanna & Chris Brown Was Out Of Order
February 28 2013 8:30 PM EST
A "Law & Order: SVU" episode presumably about Chris Brown and Rihanna ended in murder -- and angry fans. But probably not a lawsuit.
Reimagining The European Union, Without The UK
February 28 2013 5:54 AM EST
What are the odds of a British exit from the European Union, or a “Brexit,” and what would it mean for investors and the global economy?
Divided, We Fight: A Primer On Syrian Opposition Groups
February 27 2013 9:55 AM EST
Political freedom and human rights are still at the root of the rebellion, but things have changed since the uprising began.
A New Congo Peace Plan: Vague, But Not Hopeless
February 26 2013 5:54 AM EST
African leaders have agreed on new framework for peace in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Details are lacking, but potential is great.
Did Seth MacFarlane Go Too Far, Or Not Far Enough?
February 25 2013 4:02 PM EST
Oscar host Seth MacFarlane is earning negative criticism from reviewers, many of whom found the "Family Guy" creator offensive, sexist and racist during the 85th annual Academy Awards ceremony.
Mali Faces Big Challenges As French Troops Are Drawn Down
February 24 2013 6:05 PM EST
A French military intervention in Mali has reached its final stages, but the crisis is far from over.
Pivot To Asia: Obama, Abe Talk Economies And China
February 23 2013 12:00 AM EST
A summit between U.S. President Barack Obama and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe could lead to a stronger economic partnership.
Italian Spy Jailed For CIA Torture: Could Rumsfeld Or Cheney Be Next?
February 22 2013 6:43 PM EST
A court in Milan has convicted Italian intelligence officials of CIA-instigated torture and rendition during the war on terror. Will American participants pay as well?
Seth MacFarlane Won’t Rescue Oscar's Ratings; Better Movies Might
February 21 2013 5:52 PM EST
The Academy is hoping "Family Guy" creator Seth MacFarlane will attract more younger viewers to Sunday's Oscars 2013 telecast, but how much does a host really affect ratings?
How One Country Is Taking On The Scourge Of Illegal Weapons
February 21 2013 3:28 PM EST
As Nigeria clamps down on the proliferation of small arms and light weapons, it's going after the Russians.
Will Cybersecurity Order Do Enough To Deter Hackers?
February 20 2013 5:06 PM EST
Will President Obama's cybersecurity directive protect U.S. companies and networks from Chinese hackers?
Will ‘Django Unchained’ Win Best Picture? In An N-Word: ‘No’
February 20 2013 4:50 PM EST
As Oscar predictions heat up for the 2013 Academy Awards, Quentin Tarantino's "Django Unchained" may be undone by its frequent use of the N-word, which was barely used in Steven Spielberg's "Lincoln."