The stampede, in which at least 450 others were injured, took place on Street 204 of the camp city at Mina, a few miles east of Mecca, where pilgrims stay for several days during the climax of the hajj.
In 141 US counties, if you're registered to vote there's also a good chance you're dead.
China vehemently denies that its hackers were behind the breach.
Douglas Williams, perhaps the most prominent foe of the polygraph test in the US, is going to prison for helping people beat it.
Harry Leslie Smith is currently touring Canada in an attempt to get "young people to get off their asses and vote."
One of the officers allegedly pointed his gun's laser site at the pregnant woman's belly after she got out of the car to show them her water had broken.
The three women, who were killed in three different towns all reportedly dated the suspect at some point.
Now you can know exactly how many episodes of Mad Men episodes you need to watch before you "get it."
After years of increasing sentences for offenders and decreasing parole, the conservative state is now being hailed as a model for prison reforms.
Shadi Petosky's tweets about missing her flight thanks to hostile airport security officers have gone viral, but the TSA insists it's done nothing wrong.
The pharmaceutical executive admits he's bowing to public pressure after Hillary Clinton hinted at new regulations for the drug industry.
As of now, though, it's unclear where the $100 million will come from or how it will be used.
The former Secretary of State said the pipeline is a "distraction from the important work we have to do to combat climate change."
Four eastern European nations vehemently opposed the plans but the UN said the EU decision was an "important first step in a united European response to managing the refugee crisis."
Instead of being shamed for saying that a Muslim should never be the President of the United States, Ben Carson has seen a surge in donations and an increase in Facebook followers.
During my 26 years in federal lockups of all kinds, I earned a bachelor's and master's degree, published several books, and found the love of my life.
Japan's largest organized crime group, the Yamaguchi-gumi, has officially split, creating the potential for a gang war on a scale unseen in Japan for decades.
Some of them were surprisingly chill about the allegations.
And a Royal Navy ship was the floating sales office for an arms-trade party.
The majority of students surveyed didn't report assaults to them because they didn't think it was "serious enough."
Talking to the attorney for the kid from the Bronx who spent three years on Rikers Island without a trial and never recovered.
An expert told us there "a gold rush for profit" in patent-centric areas such as the drug biz.
In a world of antidepressants and Viagra, do young men really need testosterone? Doctors are undecided.
This spring, Shaynna Sims was arrested for "unauthorized dissection" and later charged with stealing the dead woman's shoes.