The interim vice president, Mohamed Hamdan “Hemeti” Dagolo, was in charge of the brutal janjaweed militias. Now he is calling the shots in Khartoum.
Tough but torn, Kelley Eckels Currie must find a way to balance her loyalties.
A political newcomer is poised to become president by standing up for liberal democratic values—and seeking to halt the spread of right-wing populism across Central and Eastern Europe.
Gen. Stanley McChrystal explains exactly why Qassem Suleimani is so dangerous.
Mukesh Ambani is betting on a smartphone revolution—and spending big money to make it happen.
From the United States to Africa, Mary-Claire King has revolutionized the fight against breast cancer—again and again.
Holocaust survivor Marceline Loridan-Ivens never stopped grappling with loss—or fighting to live.
Stephen Hawking’s insights about the universe were profound—but his insights into humanity were even more important.
Can Andrew Marshall, the U.S. military’s longtime oracle, still predict the future?
Donald Tusk is the mild-mannered president of a quiet EU institution—and the West’s loudest voice against populism.
Masih Alinejad is helping Iranian women challenge the regime — one hijab at a time.
Most of Washington is scared to meet with Russians. Jon Huntsman wants to meet as many as possible.
The portrait that emerges is of a retail politician turning U.N. diplomacy into a ticket to the White House.