That Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince ordered the killing of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi is savage but not a big surprise; what matters more is what world leaders will choose to do with the news.
On November 24, what might seem to be a straightforward national referendum in Taiwan on changing the country’s Olympic name from “Chinese-Taipei” to “Taiwan” could drive China to tough actions against the island nation.
One of Washington, D.C.’s most prominent training grounds for diplomats and influence peddling just received $20 million from a Saudi prince, to further the spread of Islam and Saudi power into the core of America.
Single-use plastic bottles made of polyethylene terephthalate (PET) have been of little use for recyclers, but all that could change thanks to a unique innovation created at the National University of Singapore.
A new report says the oceans have held on to 60 percent more heat every year than anyone expected, further messing up the accuracy of past predictions of how fast the Earth will heat from global warming.
Taiwanese firm United Microelectronics Corporation (UMC), Chinese state-owned Fujian Jinhua Integrated Circuit, and three former employees of the Taiwan branch of Micron Technologies were charged for corporate espionage and economic theft.
Akasha crime family members Baktash and Ibrahim Akasha Abdalla led an international drug ring until the U.S. DEA effectively kidnapped them in Kenya and took them to the U.S. before they could again bribe their way out of extradition.
In a surprise decision, the Supreme Court in Israel said an American student previously imprisoned and denied her visa could stay, calling the government’s decision to block her “a radical and dangerous step”.