But giftees think a little too hard.
The "Pope Francis Effect" hasn't caught on in the U.S., according to a Pew study.
After ousting a dictator, Filipinos built a government that skewed local. Will natural disaster strain that system?
Google's "People Finder" is proving quietly useful amid the Philippine typhoon crisis.
Only seven out of nearly 800 inmates have been convicted and sentenced.
Is cycling's problem that it's a sport of freelancers?
Tomorrow, 6,000 fraud cops will be deployed for elections in Madagascar, one of the world's poorest nations.
Sorry kids, grandpa wants air conditioning.
Why was an aid ship sailing through pirate-infested waters without an escort?
On average. Your own mileage may vary.
"No mountain top could be better placed."
Pharmaceutical companies in the European Union are blocking off-label drugs for executions.
A briefing paper calls for putting pressure on U.S. e-commerce.
Unemployed Europeans are studying German to find work. But so are the employed ones.
Yes, argues a Human Rights Watch document.
Walmart and Benetton ducked a meeting in Geneva today on restitution.
A political revolving door case raises eyebrows in Europe.
What is the family of a Caribbean president hoping to accomplish by making public their violent lives?
As wave of military suicides continues.
One of only five countries on Earth to say no to the global ban.
Are freak longevity cases more about record-keeping than genetics, diet, or exercise?