In China's shadow, India -- the other emerging Asian superpower -- is making moves in Africa.
Obama's visit to Africa this week could spur American economic partnerships in the region, at long last.
Etienne Uzac co-founded International Business Times as a global-news website alternative to the “established business media."
Hershey’s chocolate bar served as a the focal point of a key scene in “Mad Men’s” season-six finale, but will Don Draper’s whorehouse confession help or hurt the Hershey brand?
Rachel Rose Hartman, a White House reporter for Yahoo News, incorrectly referred to Kenya as the country of President Barack Obama’s birth. Despite a correction, a mob of angry Twitter users think she should be out of a job.
The recent NSA surveillance scandal signals a major downside to online tracking. Could private search engines be the answer?
The UAE is funding clean energy, but eight new wind turbines in the Seychelles can’t stop the water from rising.
Libya may have more weapons than the British army arsenal. What does that mean for Syria?
Indicators such as consumer confidence and initial jobless claims are trending positively overall, even if mixed week to week.
Abyei, a conflicted, oil-rich region, is at the heart of a fresh battle between Sudan and South Sudan.
Amid scandals, politicians and activists are calling for Obama's impeachment, echoing similar efforts for almost every president since Nixon.
A New York Times profile of the Guardian's Glenn Greenwald, who broke a major domestic surveillance story this week, repeatedly refers to him as a blogger, not a reporter. Was it a subtle attempt to denigrate him?
IBTimes highlights the best Tony Awards drinking games on the Web. Neil Patrick Harris hosts the 67th Annual Tony Awards on Sunday at 8:00 p.m.
The May jobs report suggests the economy is stronger than it was nine months ago when the Fed launched its third round of monetary easing.
A New York Times op-ed about the Obama administration’s surveillance scandals caused a bit of controversy after it was changed without comment, but was the change unethical?
A meeting between President Barack Obama and Chinese President Xi Jinping could set the tone for a new economic dynamic.