Barry Strauss is an expert in all things Roman. He joins The World's Marco Werman for a talk about Roman history and how its legendary figures compare to our modern politicians.
An artist finally lets the Clinton victory confetti fly.
A photo of the crime scene shows a bloodstained Aristotle Garcia lying in the street. He has a .38 caliber pistol in his right hand, a wad of cash in the other. Her brother wasn't right-handed, though, which means the gun is in the wrong hand.
Hours after a tweet from President Donald Trump insisting Mexicans pay for a border wall, Mexican officials offered aid to Harvey victims in the United States.
"You don’t feel safe anymore. It always feels like we’re tiptoeing our way to 2020, we’re tiptoeing our way to, hopefully, a new president.”
An American journalist living in Russia says in the age of Donald Trump, Russian perceptions of America are tinged with mistrust and vice versa.
Donald Trump says he's sticking to his guns on the border wall, but in reality, the project has met delays.
Donald Trump broke a 20-year-long tradition by not hosting a White House dinner to mark the end of Ramadan. Humorist Wajahat Ali says it sends an awful message to Muslim Americans like him, but you have to keep your sense of humor about it.
Many Russians perceive Donald Trump as an American version of Vladimir Putin. It's partly based on Trump's bombastic rhetoric, but also on how his speeches and tweets are translated into Russian.
In an interview with The World, the top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee Adam Schiff says, "Everyone is asking quite rightly, 'Where does this all lead?'"
Journalists and academics across the globe see alarming parallels between the US and deeply troubled countries whose leaders go after those who investigate them.