It’s been one year since the largest chemical weapons attack in Syria, and a Brazilian environmentalist surges in popularity ahead of October elections.
Global reaction to the killing of American journalist James Foley. President Obama says justice will be served, while the UK warns of risks to the homeland.
It’s a somber National Aviation Day, marked by no-fly zones foreign and domestic, volcanic threats and Ebola warnings.
The World Food Progamme’s ambitious plan to provide food to one million in Ebola-affected West Africa, and calls to ramp up the U.S. campaign in Iraq.
Weekend update: A report from Ferguson, Missouri, and Human Rights Watch weighs in on the militarization of American police forces.
Ukraine says it struck Russian military vehicles that entered the country overnight, and fresh fighting erupts South Sudan, exacerbating civilian suffering.
TRNS interview Lauren Bacall about her support for John Kerry in 2004.
Human Rights Watch marks one year since the Rab’a Square massacre in Cairo, and the FAO reports substantial damage to Gaza’s agriculture sector.
It’s American weapons vs. American weapons in the fight for northern Iraq, and the World Health Organization okays use of experimental drugs to treat Ebola.