Photos from Joel Wit and Siegfried Hecker's 2008 trip inside North Korea's infamous nuclear complex, which Kim Jong Un pledged to reactivate this week.
Health concerns over dead pigs have once again cast a spotlight on the Middle Kingdom's massive pork industry.
Aung San Suu Kyi reviews the troops, Kim Jong Un plots his next move, and Barack Obama bounces a ball on his head.
Photos of the Chinese first ladies who paved the way for Peng Liyuan.
Obama makes a long-awaited pilgrimage; Cyprus's ATMs get popular; and Valencia goes up in flames.
Some of the most unforgettable photographs from a decade of war.
Habemus papam; Japan's in bloom; and kissing teenagers in Bali.
McLaughlin's minute-by-minute account of the terrorist attack in Washington.
Lt. Tim McLaughlin's chronology of the march from Kuwait to the heart of Baghdad.
A Marine's candid, and often funny, reflections on life during wartime. — The Iraq War Diaries of Lt. Tim McLaughlin
'This place is pandemonium.' — The Iraq War Diaries of Lt. Tim McLaughlin
'Completely destroy everything on the other side of the canal.' — The Iraq War Diaries of Lt. Tim McLaughlin
Ten years after the invasion of Iraq, Tim McLaughlin's remarkable diary of the war reveals a personal, untold history of America's fraught adventure in the Middle East.
Hugo Chávez is laid to rest; Kenya goes to the polls; and locusts swarm the Middle East.
FP polls the world's top military thinkers on everything from cyberwar to shrinking budgets.
How U.S. military recruitment posters have changed over the past 150 years.
As Kenya's election nears its climax, an intimate look at candidate -- and prime minister -- Raila Odinga on the campaign trail.
Sand engulfs Beijing; scandal hits the Catholic church, again; and Dennis Rodman makes a new friend.
Pictures from the newly sworn-in secretary's first trip as America's top diplomat.
Photos from Mathare, one of Nairobi's sprawling slums, where warlords, witches, and drug dealers stump for votes ahead of next month's election.
An Olympian faces murder charges; a restive Gao erupts; and thousands get married en masse in Korea.
A look back at the roller-coaster career of Silvio Berlusconi on the eve of what may be his last election.