State Department officials with special needs children face a byzantine bureaucracy that often denies them critical care.
Wary of creeping international law, U.S. diplomats fight a rearguard action to limit the scope of two U.N. resolutions on women and children.
The Russian president is worried about his country’s shrinking population. His social-conservative allies say they have the solution.
The State Department’s latest Trafficking in Persons Report only enables serial abusers.
After years of wooing the middle-aged and elderly, the Kremlin is attempting to court young voters. And it's extremely awkward.
Thousands of young Iraqis have been trapped, displaced, or killed as the fight to retake the city from the Islamic State enters its seventh month.
Italy tried to launch a campaign to promote fertility. Instead, it offended the population it meant to target.
A bold movement of progressive publishers and artists is bringing new comic book heroes to Pakistan’s at-risk children.
The Afghan government swore to do away with the practice, and, under its own laws, the U.S. government is barred from funding countries that employ it. So why did the United States still fork over some $470 million?
The United Nations had Saudi Arabia on a list of the world’s worst abusers of children. Riyadh just succeeded in getting itself taken off.
A video shows children as young as eight burning their Indonesian passports and learning to shoot.