Web companies could be made to store their users' internet browsing history for a year.
Student protests have been going on for weeks over repeated incidents of racial harassment on campus and a perceived lack of action from the school's administration.
A Jordanian went on a shooting spree at the facility in Muaqar on the eastern outskirts of the capital Amman, said an anonymous source.
This morning, Israel's Prime Minster meets President Obama for talks, results are out on which states are the most corrupt, Larry David gets $5,000 for calling Donald Trump a racist on TV, and more.
Guards at the Christmas Island detention center have reportedly abandoned their posts as a fire burns and detainees tear down fences.
Sierra Leone was officially declared Ebola-free this weekend. But the impacts of the disease are still felt acutely throughout West Africa, and women and girls are in the most danger.
The first meeting between leaders of the two countries since 1949 lasted less than an hour but was heavy with symbolism.
The war on drugs has sucked up public safety dollars that might otherwise go towards putting rapists and killers behind bars.
The 1985 siege of the Palace of Justice remains one of the most traumatic single events of Colombia's long history of civil conflict. Thirty years on, relatives of the victims are still demanding justice.
Raymond Calderon was placed in a chokehold and slashed with a sharp object by a group of men alleged to have gang ties.
How Ben Carson's memoir Gifted Hands was basically The Tiger Mom for black families.
Despite the efforts of law enforcement, the infamous synthetic compound has spread from Florida.
On Friday, the president said "shipping dirtier crude oil into our country would not increase America's energy security."
How and why Obama's thinking "evolved" on the nation's most controversial pipeline.
As heroin use hits suburban white neighborhoods hard, it's fair to wonder if the United States might soon follow the example set by Canada and some European countries by setting up safe spaces to get high.
Proposed new legislation will allow UK law enforcement agencies to see every website someone has visited over the course of a year, without a warrant, in what appears to be a world first.
People will sleep on the streets for the chance to buy a shoe-box flat.
It was more cosplay than politics.
There has been a spike of "riots" reported in the British media recently. But are they actually riots, and how much do police tactics have to do with the escalation of these otherwise peaceful situations?
The leak of alleged Ku Klux Klan members was not very high on the agenda for the roughly 100 people who turned out. They were more interested in everything from police brutality to income inequality.
This morning, Anonymous publish the details of around 1,000 alleged Ku Klux Klan members and sympathizers, VICE News reveals America's most militarized universities, NASA explains how Mars turned dry, and more.
Fires have now been burning across several islands since September, producing more greenhouse gases than the daily output of the United States.
Just how easy would it be for someone with runway access to put a bomb onto a plane before takeoff?
State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman issued a subpoena to the oil giant on Wednesday.