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Mike Theiler/Reuters

Auditing the Federal Reserve is a Frightening Idea. Here’s Why

  • via Twitter

    Apocalyptic Erotica Now: The Allure of Islamic State Online

  • Pete Souza

    Republicans Fail in Attempt at a Civics Lecture to Iranian Leaders

  • Shawn Baldwin/EPA

    Here’s what the Islamic State is Bulldozing

  • BBC/Assassin Films

    ‘India’s Daughter’: The Latest Episode in India’s Fraught Relationship with the BBC

  • Santi Donaire/EPA

    As Crisis in Venezuela Deepens, Maduro’s Iron Fist Tightens

  • Ali Mohammed/EPA

    Tikrit Offensive: U.S. and Iran Line Up Against Islamic State

  • Jay/Flickr

    Whoever Killed Boris Nemtsov, Putin is Responsible for Russia’s Climate of Fear

  • Penguin

    Penguin Celebrates its 80th Birthday – and Cashes in on its Past

  • Warner Bros.

    At its Core, ‘American Sniper’ is about White Fear

  • Jim Lo Scalzo/EPA

    Netanyahu’s Campaigning Abroad will only Hurt Israel

  • Variety

    ‘Red Army’ Portrayal of Soviet Hockey Misses Mark

  • Pierre Prakash

    Anti-Vaxxers are Wrong, We need Herd Immunity

  • Pete Souza

    Indian Muslims Weigh their Options as Hindu Right Gains Prominence

  • Bin im Garten

    Russia’s Great at Invention, but Stinks at Innovation

  • Martin Luther King, Jr.

    How the Movie ‘Selma’ made MLK Human Again

  • Charlie Hebdo

    We are all Charlie Hebdo – and this is an Attack on our Rights

  • Cynthia Goldsmith/CDC

    Why Glasgow Ebola Case is Very Unlikely to Spread

  • Paramount Pictures

    In ‘The Gambler,’ an Anti-Hero Story is Retold

  • Universal Pictures

    ‘The Theory of Everything’ is Inspiring, Despite a Hackneyed Treatment of Hawking’s Work

  • Fox UK Film

    ‘Exodus’: the Tantastic Gods and Kings Epic is Suspect but well Worth a Watch

  • KCNA

    ‘The Interview,’ Hollywood and the Politics of Ridicule

  • Justin Lane/EPA

    Sony Must Release ‘The Interview’

  • Marvel

    ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ and the Fall of the Classic Hero

  • Historical Society of Pennsylvania

    Panic over Ebola echoes the 19th-Century Fear of Cholera

  • Jonathan Pedneault

    International Law is Inadequate when it comes to Protecting Journalists from Savagery

  • Ali Abbas/EPA

    Conflicts Blur the Line Between Soldiers and Civilians

  • Jerome Favre/EPA

    Street Protests Highlight Hong Kong’s Special Status

  • Martin Simon/EPA/Pool

    Iraq Presents Historic Opportunity for U.S. and Iran

  • Peter Foley/EPA

    From D-Day to Today: U.S. Foreign Policy is at a Turning Point

  • Gerry Penny/EPA

    Is it a ‘Euroquake’? Rise of European Far-Right Parties

  • EPA

    U.S. Shift on ICC and Syria Gives Hope but Skeptics Remain

  • Hector Ponce

    Lewinsky, Clinton and ‘Zippergate’ Redux 2014

  • Deji Yake/EPA

    Boko Haram, the Terror Group that Kidnapped 200 Schoolgirls

  • Deepwater Horizon

    Offshore Safety Remains Questionable Four Years after Deepwater Horizon

  • Ukraine Clashes Raise Stakes in Struggle to Control the Donbas

  • Gazprom

    Russia, Ukraine, and Europe are Tied by Gas Dependency

  • Yuri Kochetkov/EPA

    Crimea Votes to Secede from Ukraine as the EU Weighs Sanctions Against Russia

  • Artur Shvarts/EPA

    Crimea Flashpoint Raises Stakes in Russia’s Regional Power Play

  • EPA

    Syrian UN Aid Resolution a Step Forward