Among the least surprising findings of the Senate's CIA torture report is that the agency lied about enhanced interrogation. A lot. To everyone.
The recent ruckus over the deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner has led to some tough conversations about race at Columbia Law School.
At San Diego State University, for instance, administrators are trying to get certain frats to stop waving dildos around.
Soon after allegations of the centres guards beating a detainee were made, it because almost impossible to talk to migrants living there.
Drug smuggling is surging at many California county jails thanks in part to gang members getting pinched on purpose for minor offenses so they can take part in the lucrative contraband trade.
Rinelle Harper, a victim of assault herself, appealed to the country at the Assembly of First Nations.
Hey, guess what—it's Christmas Eve, it's 8:30 PM, and no, there isn't anything I can do about the fact that all your presents are sitting in a package holding center because your neighbor didn't sign for them.
President Museveni claimed he would gladly leave politics, but says his people don't want him to step down.
China's worldwide resources shopping spree has set its eyes on New Zealand milk, and it's making farmers very nervous.
Kevin Bloom, a member of the Free State Project, has led a push to loosen New Hampshire's brewery laws. Now, he's about to open a conspiracy-themed bar of his own.
Civil rights activists in Ferguson and New York have pinned their hopes for justice to federal investigations into police misconduct. But these probes aren't a silver bullet.
A new report from the Senate Intelligence Committee finds that the CIA deliberately misled Congress and the White House about Bush-era interrogation techniques.
A series of gruesome attacks on civilians in the DRC's volatile North Kivu province are believed to be the work of Islamist militants from neighboring Uganda.
New York remains the epicenter of the "Black Lives Matter" movement, but will it amount to anything?
On Sunday, Bulgarian Health Minister Petar Moskov announced that emergency medical services would no longer respond to calls coming from Roma communities unless local Roma leaders could guarantee their safety.
Martin Marceau is suing the US government because, he says, the cops shot him in the eye in 2012 and laughed at him.
The area once known as the rape capital of India has another horrific high-profile crime on its hands.
An election for state House Speaker in New Hampshire hints that the GOP may finally be coming back to the middle.
The residents, sex workers, and activists I spoke to told me it's only going to force illicit activity to a new area.
The gang was so powerful in a Baltimore city jail that its leader was having the guards deliver crab imperial and Grey Goose right to his cell, according to court documents.
It's fine for conservatives to use Garner's tragic death to decry the "nanny state," but they also shouldn't ignore the racial disparities that run through the US justice system.
The hotel where the cartoon animal lovers were staying had to be evacuated early Sunday morning after chlorine gas was found to be floating through the air.
Little seems to have changed since December 2008, when Alexandros Grigoropoulos was murdered by a police officer in Athens.
A vigil for a dissident's son became a protest that turned into a violent confrontation when the police got involved.