Last week Flores said House Republicans had to find a leader who can unite its quarreling moderates and right-wingers now that Speaker John Boehner is retiring.
We remain reluctant to address gun violence head-on, and often only seem to discuss it when the victims and shooters are both middle-class whites.
The Vermont Senator might not have a real shot at beating Hillary, but the effects of his revolution will be felt long after the polls close in 2016.
After an altercation at a birthday party in July, members of a group called "Respect the Flag" have been charged with terrorism and participating in criminal gang activity.
We talked to two members of the anarchist group Class War why they hate the Cereal Killer Café so much and what they hoped to achieve by throwing paint at it.
Parramatta Mosque, where 15-year-old Farhad Jabar prayed before shooting a police employee, has become the site of the latest conflict between anti-Muslim activists and their opponents.
Iran's Revolutionary Court has pronounced Jason Rezaian guilty—but the details of the verdict and the evidence against him are still shrouded in secrecy.
As legalization is debated in Westminster today, we spoke to the founder of Transform, a drug policy think tank, about how budget cuts could inspire change far quicker than expected.
Politicians are mulling changes to the law, but many prisoners are worried they'll slip through the cracks.
Telling people how much of a drain everyone is on resources definitely wouldn't result in the stigmatization of the vulnerable.
An Ohio prosecutor released two reports that called the police shooting of the 12-year-old Cleveland boy "reasonable" before any grand jury decision on charges had been announced.
This morning, an Ohio prosecutor calls the fatal police shooting of a 12-year-old boy "reasonable," the Turkish Prime Minister blames the Ankara bombing on Islamic State, new Star Wars characters are revealed, and more.
Leon Ford survived a 2012 police shooting after a traffic stop. Today, he feels a sense of responsibility to speak out on behalf of the many other unarmed black men whose confrontations with police end even more tragically.
At an extravagant parade on Saturday in Pyongyang, the North Korean leader said he's "ready to respond to any kind of war the American imperialists want."
The pending legislation just needs to pass the governor.
At least 86 people were killed when twin explosions hit a rally of hundreds of pro-Kurdish and leftist activists outside Ankara's main train station.
Just as President Obama arrived to Oregon to meet with families of the victims in last week's deadly shooting at Umqua Community College, another fatal shooting happened at Texas Southern University, killing one person and wounding another.
Kevin McCarthy's decision not to run for Speaker of the House has sent his entire party into teary chaos.
The discussion reportedly focused on policing, prisons, and the political rhetoric around race in the United States.
A new lawsuit against Uber hopes to prove the company does not have the "safest rides on the road." For women, there aren't any good transportation options left.
The president arrived in Roseburg, Oregon on Friday to discuss the school shooting that took place at a community college there eight days ago.
An attempted robbery of the hand of Saint Haralambie went awry when the thieves tripped the alarm at the Mega Spileo Monastery.
He walked up to a college student on Wall Street and personally yanked a joint out of her mouth.
The payout for the death of the unarmed black man at the hands of a white police officer was the largest pre-lawsuit settlement in the history of South Carolina and one of the largest in the US, the family's lawyer said.