The World's host Marco Werman spoke with the network's Washington, DC, bureau chief Abderrahim Foukara, about new evidence found and presented to the court.
Photographers have been in Afghanistan every step of the way, documenting for the outside world the protracted conflict and occupation over the course of two decades.
Armenia and human rights advocates around the globe applauded Biden’s move, while Turkey responded with furor.
President Biden's indecision on withdrawing US troops from Afghanistan by a May 1 deadline is seen as a nod to extending US presence in the country.
Here’s a roundup of coverage on The World that will get you caught up on the fraught transition of power from Donald Trump to Joe Biden.
Amanda Gorman, 22, makes history as the youngest inaugural poet to perform on Inauguration Day. Gorman captivated audiences with her poem, "The Hill We Climb."
President Donald Trump is charged with “incitement of insurrection” over the deadly mob siege of the Capitol in a swift and stunning collapse of his final days in office.
J.M. Berger, author of the book, "Extremism," says his most urgent question is how and where the large and radicalized community of extremists in the US will act next, pointing out that 15%-30% of Americans identify as white nationalists.
After the Trump administration's out-the-door decision to designate Yemen's Iranian-backed rebels as a terror organization, Aid agencies warn the decision could wreck the tenuous relief system keeping millions alive.
Though it started as a series of conspiracy theories and false predictions, over the past three years, QAnon has evolved into an extremist religiopolitical ideology.
Ore Koren is a scholar of civil conflict and political violence. He reacts to the events that unfolded at the US Capitol on Wednesday.