Billie Joe Armstrong, Sia, Vic Mensa, Karen O, Annie Lennox, and many more have signed to voice their concern about the increasingly dire situation in North Dakota.
The fire is being called one of the deadliest single-structure fires in Oakland's history.
'In This Climate' is a plea from artists and activists to take environmental action now.
Despite being banned in many Islamic countries, "triple talaq," the Sharia law that allows a man to instantly divorce his wife, is still legal in India. A massive organization of Muslim women is using the Quran to try and stop it.
US military veterans continue to arrive at the snowy Standing Rock encampment to form a human shield between protesters and police. By Sunday, camp organizers say, about 2,000 vets will be on site.
Abortion is illegal in Latin America's most populous country, but a landmark Supreme Court decision provides cause for hope.
But the fact that the paper published Trump's tax returns isn't enough to lock someone up.
Ginella Massa is challenging stereotypes and facing her trolls head on.
Giving individual companies money to keep factories in the US makes for good headlines, but economists from across the spectrum say it doesn't do much long-term good.
Life is dangerous enough for the thousands of refugees traveling the perilous smuggling route across Europe. But for pregnant women, the journey is even riskier.
The list includes notorious characters like the Candy Man, the Clown Killer, and Jeffrey Dahmer.
The monthly report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics found that most of the new 178,000 jobs were added to professional and business services, the healthcare industry, and construction.
Some of the defining workers' struggles of recent times have been fought by migrants.
In his first extended public remarks since the presidential election, Hillary Clinton's campaign manager on Thursday night tried to explain Donald Trump's shocking victory.
White House wants women to register for draft, Trump picks James "Mad Dog" Mattis as defense secretary, French president François Hollande will not run for second term, and more.
One client that stuck with me was a kid soaked in his own urine under a bunk bed in his cell, covered in flies. His grandmother was desperate to find him.
Believe it or not, there are reforms on the horizon that could help some debtors—but it's far from clear if student debt is a priority for Donald Trump or the incoming Republican Congress.
Trump's expected to officially appoint the well-respected combat commander to run the Pentagon sometime early next week.
We spoke to local food workers in Kansas City about standing up for a living wage and the power of the Fight for $15.
The Department of Homeland Security is expected to report that it will continue its widespread use of the private facilities, despite their high cost to run and human rights concerns.
After the historic decisions regarding marijuana in the 2016 United States election, we talked to Krishna Andavolu of Weediquette about what might lie ahead.
The Trump tax cuts probably won't help the lower of middle classes, but maybe we'll enjoy the new airports Trump wants to renovate?
Her lead is now five times the one Al Gore held over George W. Bush in 2000.
A St. Louis mayoral candidate wants to require gun owners report when their weapons get stolen, but the NRA stands in the way.