The EU is moving away from saving lives, focusing instead on keeping newcomers out.
As the number of migrants traveling to Italy via Libya explodes, smuggling gangs stand to make a profit.
The controversial document has sparked debate about core US values.
Declassified documents trace the CIA's torture program back to the 1950s, when the CIA developed a curriculum to teach Latin American militaries how to torture.
Francis is a change agent rivaled by few other figures in power today. Does a reform-driven pope have the power to change doctrine?
Big decisions about internet governance and freedom are in the making.
Just 13 percent of American churches are racially mixed, an increase since the late 1990s.
Multi-national corporations and middle-class economy thrive, even as Narco-War persists.
The new prime minister links India’s development prospects to improving the status of girls and women.
Commentary: Are we willing to allow the US to be a place where young people — including my own son — can be harassed?
Journalism needs less sporadic, more comprehensive coverage of race relations, experts say.