In some of the drought-stricken region's minority communities, young people suffer from hopelessness that drives them to join criminal organizations run by men living in prisons hundreds of miles away.
The sweater-vested theocrat announced Wednesday that he is making a second White House run.
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 that group's notoriety.
Fahmy is still facing a trial in Egypt but is preparing a civil lawsuit against his former employer.
James Rodriguez says the University of Toronto failed to accommodate his mental health issues.
If they succeed, Nebraska will be the 19th state—and the first led by Republicans—to abolish the death penalty.
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.
The government then proposes the rolling release of an undisclosed number of additional emails every 60 days after that.
TLC has pulled reruns of 19 Kids and Counting amid a child molestation scandal involving one of the show's conservative Christian stars.
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach sees election criminals lurking behind every polling booth. Now the state legislature is about to give him the prosecutorial power to do something about it.
Apparently it was an attempt to highlight the hypocrisy that people show when it comes to animal welfare.
More than 300 days after his arrest, the trial of American-Iranian journalist Jason Rezaian finally started on Tuesday in a closed-door court session in Tehran.
New rules imposed by the federal government will forbid Cleveland cops from using violence against people who are running or driving away from them.
We went on a bar crawl around Dublin on Saturday night to see how the legalization of same-sex marriage was being celebrated.
François Bugingo, who has contributed to Radio-Canada, 98.5 FM, TVA, and the Journal de Montréal over a career spanning more than a decade in Quebec, has been suspended by at least three news outlets.
The wage increase is a major step for America's second-largest city, but it's not clear that that will actually make LA more affordable.
It appears that the commission is ending just as it was gaining speed.
The Islamic State has claimed responsibility for a suicide bombing that killed at least 21 people on Friday at a Shiite mosque in Saudi Arabia.
Clashes between police and protesters demonstrating against a $1.4 billion copper mining project in southern Peru left one person dead and at least seven others injured.
The cop just dodged prison time after jumping on the hood of a car and firing at least 15 rounds through the windshield on two unarmed, mentally-ill black people in 2012.
The agrochemical behemoth's products have been linked to bee colony collapse and cancer in humans.
Many hygienic products, such as face washes, have relied on the use of these specks to provide an exfoliating texture appropriate for scrubbing skin.
With approximately 1,200 Republicans running for president, the 2016 primary debates will be a test of just how much crazy the GOP can stand.