Trump has delivered a death blow to Ted Cruz's campaign in the crucial Indiana primary. John Kasich may still be running but the Republican race is essentially decided.
According to relevant NGOs, the answer is hovering somewhere between not much, and absolutely nothing.
It's a budget of some sharp contrasts. With nearly seven months in the job, Morrison was stuck between a rock and a hard place. And both of those things were Joe Hockey.
Nineteen-year-old Lawson Schalm was set to graduate high school in two months, but will likely have to rethink a career in fire and rescue.
US Customs and Border Protection agents have the right to question non-citizens about smoking weed, which is a deportable offense.
'I knew a fella whose cellmate killed himself in the middle of the night—he woke up to a dead body on the top bunk.'
Rafael Cruz supported Castro and allegedly handed out fliers with Oswald, but that doesn't mean he wanted to blow JFK's brains out.
Somali woman Hodan Yasin arrived in Brisbane this morning after setting herself alight at the Nauru detention centre. This is the second such case in a week.
Doctors at private clinics are destroying men's penises, tricking women into aborting healthy fetuses, and killing patients through negligence—so why are American companies investing millions?
VICE News follows the lucrative and destructive of black tar heroin from Mexico to the US.
Both parents had been shot.
What we witnessed Saturday night were two black men who did not care that white people were present.
A mother explains how she was released by the militant group with her five children after "pretending that I was insane."
Officer, these 13 million cigarettes aren't to sell, I swear they're mine.
Canberra-based emergency doctor David Caldicott has revealed he's in talks with police and politicians to introduce pill-testing trials within the next year.
Kenya's President Uhuru Kenyatta presided over the world's largest ivory burn which destroyed an estimated $150 million worth of trophies.
Here's what it's like to answer off-the-books emergency calls from people who fear deportation.
A US military investigation found that series of human and equipment-related errors led to the attack that killed 42 people before the gunship stopped firing on the Kunduz hospital.
The figures show a significant spike in casualties from RAF airstrikes since UK Defense Secretary Michael Fallon said 330 militants had been killed up to September 2015.
Law enforcement officials are looking into any drugs Prince might have taken prior to his death, and whether a doctor was in the mix.
Apparently having a massive crew is akin to doing morphine.
Last year's executions may have triggered a terse exchange between Indonesia and Australia, but a hardline drugs policy has been great for Indonesian politicians.
Political standoff over a deal between New Zealand and Australia that could help detainees at the illegal detention centre in PNG.
Life support for the 23-year-old Iranian refugee Omid has just been switched off in a Brisbane hospital.