A report looks into the realities that young women face when they join the Islamic State, as one of the girls who traveled to Syria in February apparently tells her family they are not returning to the UK.
The Tsleil-Waututh Nation of British Columbia, which has never ceded its land title, opposes the $5.4-billion expansion project on environmental, cultural and legal grounds.
The Police Reform Organising Project has collected more than 100 stories that flesh out what many describe as a failed system that ensnares too many blacks and Latinos.
There are explicit plans to murder people in alleged Dark Knight shooter James Holmes's journal. But does any of the material suggest the guy behind the Aurora murders is "not guilty by reason of insanity"?
What kind of person wants to endure years of ridicule before losing to Boris Johnson in 2020?
American channel TLC has pulled reruns of 19 Kids and Counting amid a child molestation scandal involving one of the show's conservative Christian stars.
Video of the tense moment when the former Tory was confronted by a crowd of furious anti-austerity protesters.
Economic growth and increasingly interlinked markets have allowed both methamphetamine and the chemicals used in its production to flow across the Pacific region.
Nebraska's Republican-controlled legislature voted to override their governor's veto and become the 19th state to abolish capital punishment.
Over 1,000 people have died during the latest heatwave, and temperatures are projected to remain high this week – and soar over the course of the century.
Douglas Carswell, MP for Clacton and former Tory, got screamed at by a baying left-wing mob.
Every time government officials make noise about how the Islamic State is threatening a series of deadly attacks on American soil, it only adds to the group's notoriety.
James Rodriguez says the University of Toronto failed to accommodate his mental health issues.
Fahmy is still facing a trial in Egypt but is preparing a civil lawsuit against his former employer.
If they succeed, Nebraska will be the 19th state – and the first led by Republicans – to abolish the death penalty.
In some of the drought-stricken region's minority communities, young people suffer from hopelessness that drives them to join criminal organisations run by men living in prisons hundreds of miles away.
Chicago Police Officer Timothy McDermott was fired last year for misconduct, and an old photo where he and another officer are holding rifles over a black man wearing antlers explains why.
They came up with a non-smoking campaign aimed at teenagers and centred around the motivational slogan "Live your life. Without smoke. YOLO."
The members of the football association are charged with accepted bribes amounting to upwards of £97 million.
There are conflicting reports on the number of police casualties in the attack; militants say they killed 25, the police say zero.
Maybe it's time to stop fighting against City Hall and start fighting in City Hall.
Amnesty International claims Hamas used the "chaos of the conflict" last summer to abuse and kill Palestinians purportedly collaborating with Israel.
Mounted on a column of white marble that towers nearly 70 feet above Turkmenistan's capital, the extravagant statue portrays the president and his horse White Khan.
New rules imposed by the federal government will forbid Cleveland cops from using violence against people who are running or driving away from them.