Muhammed Erdogan is such a fan of Turkey's incumbent president that he adopted the president's last name. But many Turks don't think he's a legitimate political candidate.
Polls suggest the April 16 race is close and many are still undecided.
More than 4 million Syrian refugees have fled to neighboring countries of Turkey, Lebanon and Jordan. Millions more are trying to escape Syria's borders. Here's what they can expect from the new year.
Hundreds of thousands of Syrian children are attending temporary Syrian schools in Turkey, where they learn in Arabic. But the country is considering a plan to have them attend Turkish schools only.
The Old City of Istanbul has long been a man's world. But inside one fifth-generation candy shop, times are changing.
Some women’s groups say they are being specifically targeted. On Twitter, many women are reporting an increase in harassment on the streets. Others are railing against misogynist language used by all sides, reducing women to pawns, or spoils of war.
What happened when word of a coup attempt got out in Turkey? People made a run to local stores to stock up on snacks, cigarettes and booze.
The crackdown intensifies after Turkey's president, allied authorities and an outpouring of ordinary Turks put down an attempted military coup.