How are America's transatlantic allies thinking about its commitment to their security? NPR's Don Gonyea talks with European journalists Dan Sabbagh and Clemens Verenkotte.
The U.S. has paused funding to the UN organization that delivers food and aid to Palestinians. Some lawmakers want to keep it that way.
Spain is struggling with a years-long drought. In tourist-centric Barcelona, locals are worried visitors aren't taking it seriously.
The war in Gaza is creating tensions across the Middle East, nowhere more so than Iraq, where Iran-backed militias are attacking US bases and forcing a dangerous confrontation.
For a time, the phrase "America First" seemed an artifact of the prewar world. But the idea that the U.S. would do better by holding the rest of the world at arm's length never entirely disappeared.
Over 400 people were detained in Russia while paying tribute to opposition leader Alexei Navalny, who died at a remote Arctic penal colony, a prominent rights group reported.
The United Nations' highest court opens historic hearings Monday into the legality of Israel's 57-year occupation of lands sought for a Palestinian state.
Sen. Chris Coons is among those attending the Munich Security Conference in Germany. NPR's Camila Domonoske speaks to him about what's taking place at the annual security summit.
The last messages sent by Dr. Khaled al-Serr were on Thursday night from a Gaza hospital raided by the Israeli military. Colleagues fear he has been detained by the Israeli military.
Ukraine aid is stalled in the U.S. House of Representatives. Vice President Harris said there's no other option for helping Ukraine push back against Russia's invasion.