At least 95 people were shot across the country this weekend.
The GOP candidate had promised to explain what happened to the $6 million he claimed to raise for veterans groups.
The Libertarian Party's presidential candidate has more momentum than any third-party standard-bearer in a generation. But how many people will actually vote for him?
And cops aren't so sure about the gun group.
Animal activists have filed a complaint against the Cincinnati Zoo alleging the facility had inadequate safety barriers in place, which allowed the child to fall into the gorilla enclosure.
"I thought I was going to get locked up, expelled from school or something."
VICELAND presents CUT-OFF, our documentary on struggle and hope for youth in remote Indigenous communities, featuring Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's historic visit to Shoal Lake 40.
They don't even have weed on site.
Murder in the jungle.
In the desert wasteland between Jordan and Syria, refugee women fleeing ISIS are left to fend for themselves.
As if doctors weren't already giving out ADHD medication like it's candy, now they literally can.
The massive probe threatened to implicate the biggest banks in America, but sent just one woman to prison.
The brawl lasts for what feels like forever.
This morning, former attorney general Eric Holder says Edward Snowdon performed a "public service," airstrikes kill at least 23 in Syria, Cincinnati Zoo defends its decision to kill an endangered gorilla, and more.
The verdict caps a 16-year battle by victims and rights campaigners to bring the former strongman to justice in Senegal, marking the first time that the former head of one African nation has been tried by a court in another country.
The battle for Fallujah is shaping up to be one of the biggest ever fought against Islamic State, in the city where US forces waged the heaviest battles against the Sunni Muslim militant group's precursors.
Shark attacks are really just "love taps."
Salim Alaradi was facing charges of supporting Libya's national transition council after the Arab Spring. He and his three Libyan co-accused cheered and embraced in the courtroom upon hearing the news.
The Donald wasn't very happy about this.
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WHO has called Zika a "Public Health Emergency of International Concern," but is not concerned about it enough to postpone or move the 2016 Olympics from Rio.
Party voted to trash policy that bans same-sex marriage on Saturday.
At least three boats packed with people sank in the Mediterranean during the busiest week for migrant crossings from Libya to Europe so far this year.
Cody Alan Legebokoff was convicted on four counts of first-degree murder in 2014. Lawyers have called it a "slam dunk" case. But if a new appeal succeeds, families of victims could relive the gruesome trial a second time.