After battling the so-called Islamic State, Kurds find a new foe in Facebook
Is the US training and equipping of foreign armies and rebels money well spent?
A Yemeni student in America urges US officials to end support for Saudi-led airstrikes.
The big story behind a tiny object Marco Werman found in tsunami-ravaged Japan.
She fled Saudi Arabia after family threats but can US immigration laws protect her?
Twins separated at birth reunite in the documentary film Twinsters
A border wall to keep migrants out - “a 14th Century solution to a 21st Century problem”
Subhi Nahas never felt safe as a gay man in Syria — and then IS took over his hometown.
A Mexican immigrant who works in a Trump hotel calls out ‘The Donald’.
Iranian hardliners chant ‘Death to America’ - but these days many Iranians wonder why.
After the A-bomb survivors die, who will be Hiroshima's memory keepers?
The US Navy investigates a possible cancer cluster at Guantanamo Bay
What became of the US project to build schools in Afghanistan?
Two brothers - one in Iran, one in the US - share their hopes post-nuclear deal
A political campaign in Texas takes aim at Islamic law.
US Navy medics train for war in a Los Angeles emergency room
A US woman who escaped an abusive arranged marriage now helps others do the same
Maj Gen Gale Pollock, a trailblazer for women in the US army reflects on a 36-year-career
An architect campaigns to end construction of prisons with solitary confinement cells
Washington lifts its ban on ferry service between the US and Cuba.
An American convert to Islam explains why he was drawn to violent extremism.
How to eat pork, drink booze and be a 'good' Muslim
A war photographer documents life and death on the American home front
A former captive of the Taliban calls for an end to US ‘signature’ drone strikes.
Meet the Pakistani activist fighting the Taliban, and igniting Pakistani students abroad
How the Mexican artist Diego Rivera captured the soul of Detroit, one mural at a time
An American flees war-torn Yemen by small boat on the Red Sea
The city of Boston reacts to the conviction of Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev
A US news agency finds fishermen held as slaves in Southeast Asia.
George Brant on turning drones into drama, and confronting the morality of modern warfare