Amid bureaucracy, scammers, and confusion, the close-knit, predominately black community is a tapestry of hope and despair.
Internal memos obtained by the Guardian reveal Vester Flanagan, also known as Bryce Williams, had repeated confrontations at WDBJ7 in which his behavior made colleagues feel "extremely uncomfortable."
In July, Tony Abbott banned imports of a shotgun that can fire eight shots in eight seconds. He's since backflipped on that ban. We look at why.
The myth of Dan Bilzerian, the self-made Instagram king who lives the way you want to live, is just that: a myth.
This week's Supreme Court case revealed the Aboriginal Housing Company refused to sign a memorandum that would have guaranteed government backing for the construction of affordable Indigenous housing.
At press time, there's an active hostage situation.
As apps go, this one is pretty douchey.
What if the next president could just swish his star-spangled magic wand and end birthright citizenship once and for all?
An unnamed Mexican official told reporters that blogger Harry Devert had been murdered because he was believed to be a US agent traveling in the Tierra Caliente region, known for its several local cartels.
"We have got to do something about gun violence in America," the 2016 presidential candidate said. "And I will take it on."
"If we can't criticize our political leaders in this country, we're no better than North Korea," says the man whose profane criticism of the prime minister has made headlines.
The site has been shut down by Homeland Security agents and employees are now facing life-altering punishments for allegedly helping sex workers connect to clients.
The shooter, who was reported to be a disgruntled former employee of the TV station, committed suicide after a highway chase with police.
The victims were identified as Allison Parker, 24, and photographer Adam Ward, 27.
LGBT individuals who escaped from Islamic State rule in Iraq and Syria say basic steps in the resettlement process for individuals persecuted for their sexual and gender identity are still arduous.
It's all because of a fax cover page from 1999.
Eight third-party stragglers who encapsulate the stranger impulses and general chaos of the American political system.
A decline in federal prosecutions of white-collar crime and the circulation of personnel between the DOJ and corporate law has raised questions about the Obama administration's handling of the finance industry.
Rentboy.com CEO Jeffrey Hurant and six others were arrested as part of an alleged money laundering and prostitution scheme.
State-level marijuana legalization in the US has been hailed as a way to eliminate black markets and impede drug cartels. So far, both are still thriving—but that won't last forever.
Historically, the Conservatives haven't needed young voters to win—but that could be changing.
I embedded with a British fighter, Chris "Swampy" Garrett, as his regiment fought separatists in eastern Ukraine.
We don't have to start stockpiling baked beans just yet, but China's slump shows that our addiction to debt will cause crisis after crisis.
Secrecy and denial at all costs.