Six people, including the two Al-Jazeera journalists, were sentenced for allegedly leaking classified information to Qatar.
After Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans's struggling public school system was dismantled and replaced mostly by charter schools—and what happened next shows the benefits and perils of other cities following suit.
It's the first time Obama's spoken out about Trump since the Big Orange Menace became the de facto GOP nominee.
Following a contest marked by accusations of extremism and racism, that focused on personality more than policy, Sadiq Khan has become the first Muslim mayor of a major Western city.
The woman, now 22, had her boyfriend kill her parents and little brother ten years ago.
Puerto Rico's debt crisis is rapidly becoming a disaster with real-world consequences, and unless Congress acts soon, it could get even worse.
The bill's sponsor compared abortion clinics to pedophiles and liquor stores, and wants them far away from kids.
Police have arrested Eulalio Tordil, a Federal Protective Services officer suspected of killing his estranged wife on Thursday and two others in separate shootings on Friday.
"John Doe" compared himself to Edward Snowden and called out Wikileaks for ignoring his documents.
A relatively quiet week for American mass gun violence still saw more casualties than usual. Is it a spring thing?
This morning, Paul Ryan says he is "not ready" to back Trump, the FDA officially regulates vaping, New Yorkers are told they must pay for plastic bags, and more.
San Andreas hasn't relieved any pressure in over a century, making it "locked, loaded, and ready to go."
Local news reports cited sources close to the investigation who said that the painkiller was found in the pop star's system at the time of his death
Like a terrible, fucked up game of "Would You Rather," the MTA has come up with two equally shitty plans for the impending L train shutdown between Brooklyn and Manhattan.
The man whose body was found Monday was allegedly a high-ranking member of the G Stone Crips.
Seriously ill patients will have access to medical marijuana with a doctor's presecription by early 2017.
This morning, the Bush family say they won't endorse Trump, California raises the smoking age to 21, a state of emergency is declared in Alberta, and more.
The devastating fire comes only a month after the Alberta government cut $11.7 million from its wildfire management program.
Ankit Love founded the One Love Party when he was living in a youth hostel, and he turned up at our office yesterday to talk about it.
With the passing of the state's new anti-LGBT legislation, life just got even tougher for queer people of color in the Magnolia State.
Given the details we have so far, it's tempting to spin theories that sound like Sopranos plotlines.
After winning only 7 percent of Indiana, Kasich is officially out of here.
Tens of thousands of Fort McMurray residents had to flee their homes on short notice, abandoning their belongings as a black sky loomed overhead, literally raining down ashes.
America is about to find out what happens when you mix big data with so-called risk factors like race.