- Updated Why Jamal Khashoggi's death is as much about the message as the man
- The former Saudi journalist, who was living in self-imposed exile in the United States, has become a household name — less for his work than for the gruesome way he is believed to have died at the hands of Saudi operatives.
- How Iran is using 'ghost ships' to flout Donald Trump's oil sanctions
- It sounds like something out of a pirate story, but the normally staid world of international trade has been beset by a flotilla of ghost ships in recent weeks, and they're weighed down by several million barrels of trouble for U.S. foreign policy.
- U.S. on guard against rise in illegal border crossings as Canada rejects asylum claims
- American border agents are increasingly concerned about the northern boundary with Canada, saying the number of people entering the U.S. through back roads, forests and even across rivers, while still relatively small, is rising.
- 'They're wrong': Freeland rejects claim USMCA ties Canada's hands on trade
- Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland says that anyone who thinks the new trilateral North American trade agreement limits Canada's trade sovereignty is misguided.
- Analysis As Crimea buries its dead, Russia and Ukraine trade blame for school massacre
- As the Crimean city of Kerch buried many of the teenage victims of this week's deadly school shooting, Russians and Ukrainians were debating the motivations of the attacker, with each side accusing the other of contributing to the massacre.