A volcano erupted on the French Island of Reunion, where debris from the vanished plane were first discovered on Wednesday
It's awful, but Prime Minister Stephen Harper knows it's not going anywhere, despite his election promises.
The government is threatening to take away the Munich memorial shrine if fans can't handle it.
Body camera footage of a police shooting in Cincinnati caught campus cops in obvious lies. But what's going on with local cops without cameras?
A New York judge's ruling today is a big setback the chimps-are-people movement.
The data-mining startup Crowdpac has crunched numbers to determine the extent to which the political views of police in the US mirror those of the people they serve.
Some Queensland farmers are exploiting Australia's regional employment scheme to sleep with vulnerable workers.
A petition launched last week has garnered more than enough signatures to get Parliament to debate the legalization of cannabis. But what are the chances of the discussion actually making any difference?
This week, Amnesty International took a bashing after they called for the global decriminalization of sex work. Here's what you need to know.
In 2009, Henry Davis was jailed because there was a warrant out for a man with a similar name, allegedly beaten by cops, then charged with destruction of property for bleeding on police uniforms.
A trial in Guinea resulted in no new cases among vaccinated individuals, despite their close proximity to people infected with Ebola.
A flight of that length would burn about 200 gallons of aviation fuel.
They were shot, faced mock execution, and were left to rot in jail because they were traveling with a group of rebel fighters on the way to investigate an oil company.
Following a series of delays, Health Canada announced this week the drug mifepristone will be available in January 2016 through a doctor's prescription.
A spate of shootings in South LA since the emergence of the social media slogan—which refers to alleged plans by rival gangs to see who can rack up 100 kills first—has residents on edge.
Yishai Schlissel had just been released from a 10-year prison sentence for the 2005 stabbing.
They say it's a symbol of racial hatred and want it recognized as such by the government.
He's hopeful that more debris will wash up in different places, giving authorities a better chance at backtracking to the crash site.
The weird, sad story of a crime on the rise.
Three frat brothers are suing the magazine—whose managing editor Will Dana is jumping ship—arguing they were defamed by the retracted story about the University of Virginia's rape culture. But does the case hold any water?
Reformers argue that treating 17-year-olds differently from younger teens leads to higher sexual abuse and suicide rates, as well as costing the state money.
After being pulled over for not having a license plate earlier this month, the 43-year-old was shot in the head by University of Cincinnati Police Officer Ray Tensing without provocation. After Tensing got charged with murder and manslaughter, residents h…
Officer Ray Tensing claimed he was "dragged" by Dubose's car, but bodycam video later showed the cop fired on the man without provocation.
The three Chechen women would contact IS militants on social media, asking for money to make the journey to Syria. Between them, they received more than $3,100 before being caught.