Donald Trump is just like you or me: When he has a thought, he tweets it.
Trump picks Obamacare hater Tom Price to be health chief, North Dakota governor orders evacuation of Standing Rock camp, police probe whether Ohio campus attack was terrorism, and more.
The thousands of people who joined the camp in the last month must leave land controlled by the Army Corps of Engineers and not return, according to Governor Jack Dalrymple's executive order.
Think of this as a checklist that probably no one in the White House will keep.
A Harvard study looked at the proposed hydro projects in Canada's not-so-distant future, all of them near indigenous communities.
Even after Fidel's death, his legacy will live on thanks to his brother—what Donald Trump will do when it comes to Cuba is far more of a mystery.
It's probably best to book a flight and bring back some Cuban cigars and rum while you still can.
Authorities have identified the suspect as Ohio State student Abdul Razak Ali Artan.
Amid their daily concerns, like violence and money troubles, some residents said voting just didn't seem that relevant. Donald Trump became the first Republican presidential nominee to win Wisconsin since 1984.
The 22-year-old was granted the right to act as his own attorney in his upcoming federal trial on hate crimes charges.
Donald Trump claims millions voted illegally, the feds say they won't force the removal of Standing Rock pipeline protestors, Cubans to mourn Castro at Revolution Square in Havana, and more.
Just a few hours away from Standing Rock is another reservation that has dealt with the oil industry very differently, and has very different problems.
While it's been drilled into everyone's head to use condoms when having penetrative sex, few seem to be having safe oral sex.
The government has ordered the protesters to move by December 5 or face potential trespassing charges, and lots of them seem prepared to go with the latter.
Standing Rock's main camp is growing, and its leaders say they won't be moved.
The Latin American strongman cast a long shadow over the southern tip of Florida.
His death was announced on Friday evening by his brother Raúl, who assumed the presidency in 2006.
The "water protectors" fighting the NDPL project vow to stay in spite of legal pressures and frigid North Dakota temperatures.
It was fun while it lasted.
A tragedy at a Thanksgiving flag football game garnered wide media attention, but it wasn't the only mass shooting this week.
North Carolina Pat McCrory is refusing to concede, and amid allegations of voter fraud some are speculating that he wants the state legislature to overturn the election results.
This week, LGBTQ rights organisation Transförsvaret tried to change that by occupying the Swedish Board of Health and Welfare.
A new report details excessive use of force, solitary confinement, and unsafe drinking water in six immigration detention facilities in the United States.
We got an early peak at the numbers from a new study of brain injuries in an American prison, and they aren't pretty.