Nature does not want you to have condomless sex.
A lawyer for the survivors of the Sandy Hook massacre explains why the recent ruling forcing the maker of Adam Lanza's gun to open its book is such a huge victory.
John Fetterman, a man once dubbed America's "coolest mayor," is fighting to separate himself from the Democratic pack in Pennsylvania's Senate primary.
We should probably look at our own role in the destruction of ancient artifacts.
Three assailants attacked and killed Julhas Mannan, who ran the transgender magazine Roopbaan, and another person on Monday in the Bangladeshi capital of Dhaka. It's the second attack of its type in two days.
Disturbing allegations of sexual abuse against hip hop pioneer Afrika Bambaataa are testing the black community's ideals of masculinity.
John Kasich and Ted Cruz are openly colluding in an effort to stop Donald Trump from becoming the Republican nominee, but their efforts are too little, too late.
As Nigeria continues to mourn its missing girls, new research shows that Boko Haram are using an increasing number of children to carry out bombings. How are schoolgirls brainwashed into becoming terrorists?
The soldiers will join 50 US personnel already in Syria, and will aim to help support local militias battling the Islamic State and speed up the retaking of territory from the jihadists.
This morning, a weed growing operation is found at a murder scene in Ohio, Cruz and Kasich announce an anti-Trump deal, Egypt's president threatens protestors, and more.
North Korea's foreign minister says US military aggression leaves Pyongyang no choice but to respond to "nukes with nukes." President Obama said he didn't take the minister's comments seriously.
US President Barack Obama took questions from 500 young people who asked about everything from trade agreements to LGBT rights.
After nearly a week of false starts and confusion, the South Sudanese opposition leader arrived at Ethiopia's Gambela airport on Saturday to fly to Juba, but more disagreement has prevented his journey.
Student debt is big business for the banks, and it's fucking us all over.
News of the test launch comes ahead of the ruling Worker's Party congress, where Kim Jong-Un Is expected to flaunt his leadership and North Korean military might.
In December, 2015, massive flooding on the Rio Paraguay forced over 100,000 Paraguayans to flee their homes. Nearly six months later, 60,000 citizens are still displaced and the situation isn't improving.
New voter models show that in the Democratic primary, the gun issue resonates most in the districts where electoral prizes are the biggest.
Another week that raises the question of why some tragedies get more national attention than others.
What could have been a chance for the world to take a progressive approach to drugs ended up as a huge waste of time.
The FAA told the pilot of Trump's aircraft they won't be able to haul Donnie to any more rallies until the jet is re-registered.
The 46-year-old confessed to more than 100 burglaries, but his past is way darker.
Xiuhtezcatl Tonatiuh is a 15-year-old who is one of the young activists who argue that the nationwide lack of action on climate change is violating his generation's rights.
Leaders from more than 160 nations will put their signatures to an international climate change agreement aimed at heading off dangerous changes to Earth's climate.
Drivers in California and Massachusetts had demanded they be reclassified as employees, in a class action lawsuit being closely watched by other industries which use independent contractors.