The most amazing train stations
Whether they're blasting over the tracks in Germany or Japan, trains offer travelers a chance to sit back and relax as they ride through some of the world's most incredible scenery.

Struggle over Libya's oil risks breaking up country: rival PM
TRIPOLI (Reuters) - Libya's self-proclaimed prime minister has warned that attempts by a rival government in the east to assert control over the oil industry could escalate the political conflict dividing the OPEC member state and force it to break in two.

Namibia's ruling party seen winning Africa's first electronic vote
WINDHOEK (Reuters) - Namibians voted on Friday in Africa's first electronic election that is expected see the SWAPO party to extend its 24-year rule as people in the mineral-rich country seek stability in the face of a global commodities downturn.

New threat: 'Racism without racists'
Here's why a "national conversation on race" after Ferguson may not work: Whites and people of color speak a different language about racism. We translate.

UK consumer morale holds steady in November - GfK
LONDON (Reuters) - British consumer morale held steady in November in the face of slipping confidence about the economy's prospects over the next 12 months, a survey by polling company GfK showed on Friday.

New Kim images after absence
Kim Jong Un images released after absence

I'm a feminist, and I converted to Islam
I am a Muslim, but I wasn't always. I converted to Islam in November 2001, two months after 9/11.

Ready to trust a driverless car?
Industry experts debate on how the perception of driverless cars must be changed before they can be accepted as the future of transportation.