Monday marks one year since a gunman went to a Walmart in El Paso, Texas, and killed 23 people. A year later, some of the victims are meeting to discuss what happened, and how they've coped.
Maybe it's been awhile since you got out. Staying home during the coronavirus pandemic has meant your view has not changed. For months. Try a change of scenery — without going outside.
Vietnam had been a success story in beating the coronavirus: zero deaths and only 430 confirmed cases. But a new cluster has changed things. The prime minister warns every province is under threat.
Turkey's parliament has passed a bill that would impose new restrictions on social media companies — a move that could further restrict free speech.
Antiquities looters have been using Facebook to sell their stolen treasures — sometimes while the ancient items are still half-buried in the earth.
Joe Biden has always prioritized person-to-person engagement in foreign policy. How would his administration conduct diplomacy in a world where that isn't possible?
The order comes in reaction to the U.S. closure of China's consulate in Houston earlier this week. China's state broadcaster says the U.S. Consulate was given 72 hours to close.
NPR's Steve Inskeep speaks with Jordan's Prime Minister Omar Razzaz about the Israeli government's plan to annex the occupied West Bank.
Anne Applebaum considers ways the world has changed over the last 20 years. NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to the author about her book: _Twilight of Democracy: The Seductive Lure of Authoritarianism._
Members of the European Union have agreed on a historic stimulus plan to help economies in Europe recover from the damage done by the coronavirus pandemic.
A look around the globe shows other countries - Brazil, South Africa, Iraq - are in turmoil as the relentless coronavirus pandemic takes its toll.
Ten artists from Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean recorded tracks using birdsong from their country, with all profits of the vinyl and digital release going to bird conservation projects.
They've got roughly the same population. But Ohio has over 1,000 new cases a day while Rwanda has had 1,500 cases ... since March. Among its strategies: free random testing and robot caregivers.
Petitions are piling up at the Philippines Supreme Court to overturn a new anti-terror law championed by President Duterte that could jail suspects without charge for up to 24 days.
Young men who look Black or Arab are 20 times more likely to be stopped by French police, according to the country's human rights ombudsman. A class action lawsuit is challenging police brutality.
China banned Senators Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz as well as administration officials from entering China in response to U.S. actions in response to the country's treatment of its Uighur Muslim minority.
A bounty program on U.S. soldiers would constitute a "massive escalation" in Moscow's testy relations with Washington, says one Russia expert. A Russian lawmaker asks: "What would we get out of this?"
Mexico's President Andrés Manuel López Obrador meets President Trump at the White House on Wednesday. It's a visit that gives each leader the chance to change the topic from the coronavirus.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu faces growing criticism for focusing on West Bank annexation rather than a new surge of COVID-19 infections and an unemployment crisis.