Inspectors from a chemical weapons watchdog reportedly found traces of the deadly nerve agents sarin and VX at a military research site in Syria.
Hundreds of ethnic Kurds clashed with police and set fire to a hotel after a 25-year-old woman allegedly jumped from the building to avoid being raped.
On a three-day visit to Moscow, China's president has inked a number of deals cementing investment in Russia's floundering economy.
The 1979 disappearance of Etan Patz made the nation terrified of "stranger danger," a fear that still hasn't gone away—but his kidnapper has never been caught.
City officials who showed up to take questions were the recipients of an outpouring of rage and sadness.
The New Jersey governor's presidential ambitions are DOA, and now even GOP leaders in his home state are jumping ship.
"It's all about profit and not about compassion or about care."
April Brogan's undignified death in custody says a lot about how the police and society at large treat sex workers.
The internet was displeased.
Newly appointed attorney general Loretta Lynch announced the federal civil rights inquiry in a press conference on Friday to probe whether or not a pattern or practice of abuse exists within the force.
A look at the candidates who could replace Ed Miliband, Nick Clegg, and Nigel Farage.
Ruslan and Oxana met first as soldiers in the same unit, when both joined the Donetsk People's Republic military at the beginning of the region's violent secession from Ukraine.
A growing number of radical young black people do not feel represented by Britain's "white supremacist" politics.
The Scottish National Party won big, the centrist Liberal Democrats lost badly, and the Conservatives held on to power in a result that has shocked the nation.
He was arrested in an altercation with St. Louis cops hours after suing the city of Ferguson for inflicting emotional distress on him the day he watched Michael Brown die.
"Mr. Khadr, you're free to go," an Alberta Court of Appeal judge tells the 28-year-old Canadian man who was once the youngest inmate in Guantanamo.
Sonya Cywink died without an aboriginal name or official Indian status. But her story is very much a part of the 1,200 murdered and missing aboriginal women in Canada.
Could direct democracy fix Britain's broken politics?
Despite their popularity, many of these skin-whitening creams contain stuff that can kill you.
I spoke to the CEO of the events company, who told me about receiving abuse from confused people.
The Vermont Senator is furious about the overwhelming influence of money on politics. Now he's running for president so you get angry about it too.
Hundreds of people in the London Borough of Hackney are furious after being told that they might not be able to vote today due to technical difficulties.
Tune in to our YouTube channel for three glorious hours of election reflection.
We talked to the New York Times reporter who spent a year investigating the true cost of manicures in New York.