On Friday in Colorado Springs, a gunman fired on both cops and civilians, taking hostages and injuring at least eight people before being taken into custody.
With little hope of working with an orchestra, Mouataz Arian is using his computer to create compositions about the refugee crisis while in exile in Turkey.
This morning, Ben Carson visits a Syrian refugee camp in Jordan, Black Lives Matter protestors target Black Friday, Pope Francis releases a pop album, and more.
I went on patrol with sleepy Frinton-on-Sea's new team of private bouncers.
The UK government has come under fire in recent months for taxing tampons as a luxury item. Recently, they announced that the revenue from the tax will go to women's charities – but critics aren't impressed.
The Tories will be gleefully repeating it for years to come, so let's try to understand the Shadow Chancellor's "Little Red Book" moment.
France is looking for allies in its war against IS, but exactly what war against a "state" that isn't a state means, and who will do what in it, is far from certain.
This morning, "Justice for Laquan" protestors call for Chicago's police chief to quit, Florida University underreported rape claims, the Eagles of Death Metal speak for the first time about the Paris terror attacks, and more.
The rapper and the septuagenarian socialist finally got to spend some QT together in Atlanta this week.
"It's always been affordable," he told Bloomberg on Wednesday.
Lino Zambito believes the problem is prevalent throughout Canada, and says other local governments should probe the construction companies in their areas.
Nothing's more festive than poverty.
The band spoke to VICE about the tragic events that took place at the Bataclan concert hall on November 13.
Jason Van Dyke will face charges for shooting 17-year-old Laquan McDonald 16 times in 2014.
The men are protesting against the decision by Macedonian authorities to turn away those who do not come from war zones such as Syria, Afghanistan and Iraq.
Brutal accidents, long hours, and little sleep. Very few photojournalists want to do what Victor Biro does on most nights.
An interview with Tariq Ramadan, the Oxford professor who has made headlines for his conflicts with the French establishment
Speaking to callers on my BBC Asian Network phone-in show, it's clear that inflammatory headlines only serve to marginalise Britain's Muslim community.
We talked about how he's going to respond to George Osborne's "smoke and mirrors" in today's autumn statement.
Giovanni Gambino made headlines just by issuing a press release saying the mob was ready to fight the Islamic State.
The people I polled did not know how to interpret 'sympathy', and neither did I.
As Facebook fatigue sets in, we examine the ways in which millennials and Generation Z are finding fun offline, from co-living communes to phone bans.
An unverified video appears to show a Russian pilot immobile and badly wounded on the ground surrounded by Syrian rebels. Moscow says the downing of the plane is a "very serious incident."
A study found that females still made up less than a quarter of the people "heard, read about or seen in newspaper, television and radio news."