The company’s second-quarter earnings show how hard it can be to keep the attention of the country’s fickle and increasingly hard-to-impress consumers.
More than a million migrants arrived in Germany. Now, the task is to decide who stays and who goes.
The dispute stems from a rejection by the American Bar Association of a potentially incendiary book being written by a Chinese human rights lawyer.
Mr. Wu was brutalized for 19 years in Communist labor camps, and later returned to his homeland undercover to expose prison conditions.
President Hassan Rouhani lashed out against the U.S. government after the decision, which allows the relatives of victims to sue Tehran for $2 billion in compensation.
In what is being called the largest lion airlift ever, the big cats — together weighing more than 10,000 pounds — will make a 14- to 15-hour trip.
The political system is malfunctioning as Kurds, Shiites and Sunnis fight to control a nation that might be better off if split among them, some experts say.
About 300 people in the bureau are being investigated for charging fees for statistics and research, which amounted to about $500,000.
A hospital assisted by Doctors Without Borders was struck in a government airstrike, killing dozens, and rebels retaliated with deadly mortar strikes.
Once a year, Twitter users, mostly in Britain, revel in a what has come to be known as Ed Balls Day. Here is some background on the famous tweet and the annual parodies.
The city owned so many apartments that no one was certain how many there were or who lived in them, and many were doled out in a political spoils system.
The New York Times and Thomson Reuters shared the Pulitzer Prize for breaking news photography for coverage of Europe’s refugee crisis. Jessica Rinaldi of the Boston Globe won the feature photography prize for her story of a boy who endured abuse at the hands of those he trusted.