Developers have turned on journalists, who are apparently waging a war against gamers, so how can we make a brighter future for what we hold dear?
Tony Abbott responded to the report by recommending the commission send former Immigration Minister Scott Morrison a thank-you note for his work protecting human rights.
A Michigan woman wants to publicly name and shame people who mistreat kids, but there are always pitfalls to such schemes.
Police in the New York City suburb of New Rochelle are disputing the narrative of a viral video purportedly showing an officer losing his cool.
This week Danish researchers released a study claiming boys who were circumcised are up to 46 percent more likely to develop autism later in life.
Recently a storm took out a chain link fence separating the two countries at a park bisecting Tijuana and San Diego, letting people jump back and forth between nations.
The most controversial toy of the season is the Play-Doh Sweet Shoppe Cake Mountain Playset.
French artists Fannie Sosa and Poussy Draama want to break down sexual repression early, believing that that will combat rape culture and promote consent.
And if he did, does that technically qualify as terrorism?
Gotham now lays claim to Great Depression levels of homelessness, with nearly 60,000 humans sleeping in shelters, on the street, or underground. Can a new mayor change the game?
India made headlines last week for its misguided sterilization program, but it's far from the only place where a woman's ability to conceive children is interfered with by the state.
Cops reportedly brandished handguns and even an AR-15 rifle during the exercise, which may have done more harm than good by traumatizing a bunch of kids.
When hip-hop radio host Wendy Williams started her talk show, nobody expected her to inherit Oprah's throne, but today she's set to become a media empress.
When I was seven, I created a 24-page book of drawings in which people were being horrifically murdered, but I turned out OK.
For potheads the world over, Colorado is a beacon of freedom. But local legalization advocates are butting heads with those concerned about kids accidentally consuming edible pot.
We watched Scott Morrison get grilled under oath.
You may know Eva Angelina for her many accolades, like the AVN awards for Best Tease Performance, but since she gained her real estate license in May, she's been trying to sell property other than her titties.
It's here—the final episode of Kids Telling Dirty Jokes. For our series finale, we had David come by the studio to let loose with some of our favorite jokes.
Conditions are so bad in Australia's detention centers that some pregnant women say they have no choice but to abort their babies.
In a corner of Santa Fe, one of Bogotá's seedier neighborhoods, a woman named Luz Marina runs a nursery for the children of prostitutes who work in the city's red light district.
For the 850,000 kids there who already work, the law is a huge victory: Children, just like adults, will now be entitled to a minimum wage, and they'll have full protection under the law. Of course, the dangers are obvious, too. Did Bolivia just create a
In the Smokey Mountain community located in Tondo, people make a living through the production of charcoal. Half of the people working there are under the age of 17.
British society has stopped ignoring child abuse and is tackling it head-on. What's changed?
This miniature Frankie Muniz doesn't quite have a penchant for political correctness and rarely sees a joke as "too soon."