Most of them are serving time for nonviolent drug offenses.
How is it even possible for one naked man to inflict so much damage?
We went to the Greek island of Lesbos to meet the hordes of people from all over the world who have gone to try to help after being horrified by what they were seeing on the news.
America hates Martin Shkreli because he jacked up the price on a lifesaving drug, but he was arrested Thursday morning because of an unrelated scheme that the feds say amounts to securities fraud.
During the conference, the president is expected to discuss the state of the nation over the past year, as well as how he plans to spend his final months in office.
Ethan Couch, who killed four people while driving drunk at 16, is reportedly on the run after a video surfaced of him violating his probabtion by playing beer pong.
While there has been some progress on India's rape culture, it's hard to see in the rhetoric of many male (and some female) politicians.
Though the terrorism insurance industry didn't appear in the US until after 9/11, these days every spike in fear leads to an increase in customers.
Parents of some Virginia high school students were outraged when a school used the Islamic statement of faith to teach children about the ancient art of Arabic calligraphy.
This morning, Bernie Sanders is disciplined for breaching Hilary Clinton campaign data, permanent members of the UN Security Council struggle to a resolution on Syria, and more.
After a young Conservative Party member killed himself in September, the spotlight has been thrown on a poisonous culture in the party's youth wing.
24-year-old Enrique Marquez Jr., a neighbor of the Muslim couple who carried out the attack that killed 14 and wounded 22, is being slapped with three terrorism charges for alleged plots in 2011 and 2012.
The senator from Vermont just became the first non-incumbent presidential candidate in US history to receive two million donations at this point in the election.
The NSW Government has announced Uber will become legal, regulated, and probably more expensive from midnight tonight.
Enrique Marquez, a former neighbor of radicalized Muslim Syed Rizwan Farook, who carried out the December 2 attack with his wife, Tashfeen Malik, could be charged as early as Thursday.
The 32-year-old who rose to national prominence when he raised the price of Daraprim, a drug that treats toxoplasmosis, from $13.50 to $750 overnight, got booked for securities fraud early Thursday.
This morning, a Baltimore judge declares a mistrial in the Freddie Gray case, anti-migrant riots break out in Holland, Macedonia might change its name, and more.
When Fed Chair Janet Yellen announced that interest rates would inch upward for the first time in nearly a decade, it sent ripples through the financial world. But the news probably won't change your day-to-day life.
A last-minute amendment to the EU's new data protection regulations says teens who want to join Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram need approval from their parents.
"Something big is going down," warned the anonymous hoaxer in the message that led the Los Angeles Unified School District to cancel classes on Tuesday.
We spoke to the UN Special Rapporteur on the right to health about his concerns for the basic rights of people caught up in the drugs trade.
A judge was forced to declare a mistrial after the jury failed to decide on any of the charges against Officer William Porter. It's now up to prosecutors to decide whether to put Porter on trial again.
Most states have stopped killing criminals or haven't done so in over a decade, according to a new report.
FBI Director James Comey appeared to refute a report that said that Tashfeen Malik had pledged her support for Islamic jihad on Facebook messages and saying she hoped to join the fight one day.