We asked four people living on the outskirts of society if they believe that Greece's new left-wing government can show them better days.
Typically, a sit-down with the president is an honor reserved for only the most senior and respected White House reporters. But at 5PM, President Obama will take questions from some unusual interviewers.
While that's great news for India, saying that a nation has the same class mobility as the US doesn't mean what it used to.
Half the people surveyed by the Japanese Family Planning Association said they hadn't gone to the bone zone in the past month. Some guys claimed that they didn't even masturbate anymore. What's going on?
Just after midnight on Sunday, Indonesia executed six drug offenders by firing squad. International observers see the executions as harsh, especially since five of the six prisoners were foreign nationals.
Tensions rise between locals and foreign shopkeepers in the South African city of Soweto, and Chile decides to reopen its investigation into the death of Nobel Prize-winning poet Pablo Neruda.
Protests in Boston and Washington, DC, fighting between the Libyan government and opposition forces in Benghazi, and more news from around the world.
A new report suggesting that British Jews are questioning their place in the country is alarmist bullshit.
Today: Venezuela's economic woes continue, a study finds fracking caused Ohio's earthquakes, and a new antibiotic offers hope in the global war on superbugs.
By becoming the face of homophobia, the WBC inadvertently helped make being anti-gay look terrible. Now that they are protesting pro-pot legislation, could they hurt the anti-marijuana cause?
From France to Sweden, right-wing politicians used the attack on the satirical magazine to denounce Islam as a whole.
Activists from rural Pennsylvania to Washington, DC are monitoring drilling activity, organizing communities, and getting themselves arrested in an effort to stop companies from pulling natural gas out of the ground.
Terrorism is perpetrated against Muslims around the world, but Muslims overwhelmingly respond to the violence, harassment, and calls for their mass annihilation by explaining over and over again that they are peaceful and rational people.
Silwan is becoming one of the most contentious neighborhoods in the most contested city in the world.
Celebrities, activists, and even Bill Nye the Science Guy are calling out the Canadian government for being in the pocket of the oil industry.
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This week, Kenyan lawmakers approve controversial anti-terror legislation, PETA uncovers a shocking dog-skin trade in China, and the US Navy shows off a drone that looks like it belongs in Jaws.
In the aftermath of the latest war between Palestine and Israel, I photographed pieces of people's lives lying in the rubble.
The free app allows sex workers to raise the alarm about violent clients by broadcasting a short message describing the person and the incident to other sex workers nearby.
Ridhwana B., the doll's creator, designed it to comply with what some interpret as Islamic religious law's prohibition on the depiction of distinct features on any children's toy.
The laser, which sadly lacks any colored light or pew-pew sound effects, just silently swivels on its turret until it locks onto the engine of an enemy vehicle. Then, suddenly, the engine combusts.
They shouted at cops and wore taps on their heads because they're angry at the government about increased charges for water.
The $2.1 million worth of uranium seized in a raid last week is only one of an exceptional number of nuclear-material thefts, losses, or smugglings recorded over the past two decades.
President Museveni claimed he would gladly leave politics, but says his people don't want him to step down.