Researchers hope to counteract the country’s bottle-feeding culture, but critics call the program patronizing.
The Bethesda lawyer’s Punjabi roots could help rejuvenate relations between India and the United States.
On the day the report was released, rocket fire from Gaza was met with Israeli airstrikes in the coastal strip.
French ambassador also predicted negotiations could extend past the self-imposed date.
The expanding U.S. and Swiss investigations into FIFA hit close to home: Russia is set to host the 2018 World Cup, which it was awarded in controversial circumstances.
Footage released by the group shows the ancient site undamaged.
United Russia party plans Soviet-style naming and shaming to bring order to the capital city.
An Afghan official said the four attackers, who may have targeted a small hotel frequented by foreigners, were killed.
To combat declining populations, some rural Japanese towns are trying to persuade young people weary of big-city life to trade in skyscrapers and noise pollution for cedar trees and singing birds.
Jason Rezaian, The Post’s Tehran bureau chief, has been kept in detention for 10 months.
The offensive, led by Shiite militias, is necessary before any attempt to retake the city, officials said.
China says it does not want confrontation but condemns U.S. "meddling" in the South China Sea.
In interview with The Post, Belarus’s top diplomat explains the country’s relations with the West and Russia.
Jaime Rodríguez, profane man of the people, marks a new trend with his independent bid in Nuevo Leon.
Groups boycott discussions with the east African nation’s government, despite push from the United Nations.
After a year of conflict in Ukraine, the former Soviet nation woos new partners but maintains ties to Russia.
Ehud Olmert was convicted in March of accepting illegal contributions from a U.S. businessman.
The event, which was led by Gloria Steinem, was controversial in the South and abroad, with critics saying it aided the Pyongyang regime.
But worries are growing that the government is trying to amend the U.S.-drafted charter by stealth.
Russian President Vladimir Putin accused the United States of meddling in FIFA’s affairs and hinted that it was part of an attempt to take the 2018 World Cup away from his country.
FIFA President Sepp Blatter has chaired an emergency meeting with continental soccer bodies, while staying out of public view himself.
Responding to sharply-worded comments from the U.S. defense secretary, China on Thursday defended its building of artificial islands in the South China Sea and accused Washington of stirring up trouble in the economically vital region.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a decree to make losses of Russian troops in peacetime a secret.
Etihad Airways, the United Arab Emirates’ fast-growing national carrier, said Thursday its profit rose by more than half to $73 million last year as it carried more passengers and used its stakes in other airlines to drive traffic through its Abu Dhabi hub.
The Dalai Lama has urged Aung San Suu Kyi, a fellow Nobel Peace Prize laureate, to speak out to protect Myanmar’s persecuted Rohingya Muslims.