Italians are heading to the polls to decide whether or not to change the constitution.
Rubber bullets have taken an emotional and physical toll on those who put their bodies on the line.
A Harvard study looked at the 22 proposed hydro projects in Canada's not-so-distant future, all of them near indigenous communities.
Ginella Massa is challenging stereotypes and facing her trolls head on.
The list includes notorious characters like the Candy Man, the Clown Killer, and Jeffrey Dahmer.
Watching the former Tory humiliated as he handed the Lib Dems their revival on a plate.
Some of the defining workers' struggles of recent times have been fought by migrants.
Teens are equal parts terrifying and stupid.
Psilocybin can help cancer patients cope with depression and anxiety, according to two new US studies. But will President Trump fund research in what could be a revolutionary development in psychiatry?
Hear the voices of the British people who were recently deported to Jamaica on a charter flight.
Women from across Europe talk about what it's like to walk home alone at night.
The new £5 notes contain traces of tallow, which is made out of animal fat. Lots of people are upset about this – that's a given. But exactly how many animals are being killed in the name of the Bank of England?
Petitions have been signed, bills have been proposed, activists have shouted from the rooftops—but America is still a long ways away from electing a president by just counting all the votes.
Sex workers and advocates say Hong Kong's laissez-faire, not-legal-but-not-illegal stance toward prostitution is leaving many women at the mercy of predators, some of them cops.
A soap opera–esque scandal centered around the alleged antics of a "shadow president" has revealed deeper problems in South Korean society.
The protestors say some of them were forcibly torn from the balustrade by armed police.
The board describes "scantily clad" photos as being unacceptable, so we're assuming dick pics are out of the question.
Amid their daily concerns, like violence and money troubles, some residents said voting just didn't seem that relevant. Donald Trump became the first Republican presidential nominee to win Wisconsin since 1984.
Even after Fidel's death, his legacy will live on thanks to his brother—what Donald Trump will do when it comes to Cuba is far more of a mystery.
After looking at the earnings of 500,000 UK workers, it was found that men are still paid vastly more than women across many jobs and regions.
The government has ordered the protesters to move by December 5 or face potential trespassing charges, and lots of them seem prepared to go with the latter.
"Not only is our approach not working, it is actively harming the very people we are supposed to be helping."
This weekend a man saved himself from falling off a cliff after a night out, border officials found 500kg of cocaine in a tuna shipment and more.
The Latin American strongman cast a long shadow over the southern tip of Florida.