Meet the man who inspired Tom Clancy and The Hunt for Red October.
Imagining a presentation full of Benjamin Netanyahu's strangest metaphors for the menace posed by Tehran.
Can anyone stop the radicalization of Syrian rebels?
When the Pentagon tried to save its awful TV channel, it called in Washington's most infamous TV producer-turned-party-thrower.
Riots in Athens; a shooting in Washington, D.C.; a bull mauls a photographer in Spain; and the giant yellow duck makes its Taiwan debut.
The sectarian and political camps across the Arab world are violently divided on Syria. Could a U.S. bombing campaign bring them together?
Horsemen ride in Spain; protestors take to the streets in Mexico, Bahrain, and Indonesia; and yoga on the beaches of England.
Which country is the drunkest of them all? The laziest? The fattest? FP investigates.
How hacking the climate came to be seen as our least worst option for averting a global climate catastrophe.
As the body count rises in Cairo, the Muslim Brotherhood insists it will stick to non-violent resistance. But even its members admit that they can't convince everyone to go along with the plan.
Egypt descends into chaos; India and Pakistan celebrate their independence days; and a new, cuddly carnivore is discovered.
And so are its mistakes.
A just-released CIA report pulls the covers off America's most famous spy plane -- and Area 51.
A power-hungry general, defiant Islamists, and massive protests have set the stage for a showdown in Cairo.
If John Kerry wants to make peace in the Middle East, he's going to need some Kissinger mojo.
Pope Francis draws crowds in Brazil; Spain mourns following a devastating train crash; and royal baby George meets the world.
The U.S. and India are headed for a trade war over immigration and protectionism. Can it be stopped before it's too late?
Mali's presidential vote is scheduled for the absolute worst time -- and Paris is to blame.
Congress couldn't draw back the surveillance dragnet. But the justices might.
The E.U. finally decided to designate Hezbollah a terrorist organization. Why won't the U.N.?