About 60 percent of asylum seekers in the US have experienced some form of torture. The Bellevue/NYU Program for Survivors of Torture aims to treat survivors with medical and mental health services.
Jeb Bush's supporters are holding onto hope that the rest of the Republican Party is about to realize that the scion of the old-guard GOP is the best man for the job. Is there any chance they're right?
Brooklyn Defense Attorney Howard Greenberg concedes Karmik Grant-Byas has done "despicable" things to women, but says his client did not compel them to perform commercial sex acts against their will.
North Korea defied UN sanctions and launched a long-range rocket on Sunday, but what it claims is a satellite is suspected of being a hunk of space junk.
Haiti's parliament has drafted an agreement for a caretaker government to be installed after the end of the president's term on Sunday, but the chaotic political situation has triggered unrest in the capital.
An attorney testifying for the defense during the hearings last week said the evidence could have "changed the ballgame's result" if it was used during the trial.
While Republicans debated immigration and ISIS in New Hampshire, a group of protesters gathered outside to demonstrate that there were votes to be had if one of them would back a $15 minimum wage.
After years of backing affably naive Bible-thumpers, Christian conservatives have finally found a presidential candidate that can win.
China expressed displeasure and the US called for "serious consequences" after North Korea launched a long-range rocket carrying what it has said is a satellite.
Donald Trump will be back on stage—and this time he has something to prove.
Former Navy SEAL and VICE correspondent Kaj Larsen traveled to Nigeria to see what Boko Haram's cat-and-mouse game with the government means for the people caught in the middle of the fight.
The photos are tame in comparison to the infamous images from Abu Ghraib, but there are 1,900 more pictures of abuse that the Pentagon still refuses to make public.
We traveled to Shashamane, Ethiopia, to meet the Rastafarians that have settled in their spiritual home—and found that a murder inquiry is underway.
Young Jews who once saw Israel as their birthright are now shunning the state and finding community elsewhere.
Activists say that San Francisco should focus less on the big NFL game and more on income inequality, rising rents, and horrific police violence.
It's been an unusually quiet week when it comes to episodes of mass gun violence in America.
The death of a Scottish tourist trampled to death by an elephant in Thailand earlier this week has highlighted the systemic animal cruelty built into the country's tourism industry.
A brief history of Florida's bizarre obsession with killing convicts.
The eight-month-old pup didn't get any service, but restaurant owners called SeaWorld's Animal Rescue Center and carers are "cautiously optimistic" about her recovery.
Trailer Park Boys actress Lucy DeCoutere said the former CBC host choked her and slapped her during one of their first meetings.
The recent deaths of two members of Italian mafia families has caught the attention of the media. But what's really going on in Canadian crime?
As the saga possibly comes to an end, we spoke to Melbourne University's Jerry Koliha who taught Assange mathematics back in 2006.
The UK and Sweden have rejected a ruling by the United Nations that the Wikileaks founder is a victim of arbitrary detention.
This morning, Hillary Clinton accuses Bernie Sanders of an "artful smear," a UN panel rules in favor of Julian Assange's release, a spider has been named after Johnny Cash, and more.