The fourth suicide attack in Turkey this year hit Istiklal Street, a wide shopping boulevard in Istanbul that is lined with international stores and shopping centers.
Meanwhile, there were six mass shootings in the United States that barely registered on a national level.
British Columbia prisoners are taking their jailers to court to fight for access to methadone and Suboxone.
The company has yielded to years of public pressure over its killer whale program, announcing that it will end captive breeding—but it has no plans to retire its current roster of orcas.
Mimi Soltysik, the 2016 nominee for the Socialist Party USA, wants a revolution—but like, a real one.
The threat comes the same day that Anonymous released what the hacktivist group claims is Donald Trump's Social Security number.
Fourteen airmen at a nuclear missile base are under investigation for allegedly using illegal drugs, coke among them.
The 24-year-old was found sitting on a toilet, blue in the face and cold to the touch just two hours before the deadline for a mental health exam.
Student rent strikes in London are spreading, with students at Goldsmiths, University of London now also refusing to pay their rent.
After a near tie in Missouri that could have resulted in a recount, Sanders conceded defeat Thursday night, giving Clinton a full sweep of all five of Tuesday's races.
This morning, an Arizona man has been convicted of conspiring to support an Islamic State attack, North Korea has defied UN sanctions again by launching ballistic missiles, and more.
State Supreme Court judges say convicted rapist and murderer Romell Broom can be lethally injected after a botched 2009 procedure didn't kill him but did produce blood, tears, and screams.
The Economist Intelligence Unit's Global Forecasting Service said that there was only a "moderate probability" of a Trump win, but a potential "high impact."
Apparently teachers don't know how to use their own computers either.
The aftermath of a nasty scene at a Detroit public high school raises fresh doubts about whether cops should be disciplining students.
This morning, Republicans refuse to back Obama's Supreme Court nominee, Kurdish militants claim responsibility for a suicide attack in Ankara, and Hillary Clinton will guest star on Broad City.
For all its perceived influence, the gun rights group declined to join the conservative effort to derail the GOP's unwelcome frontrunner.
If you are younger than 50, don't have children or a disability, and rely on government benefits to eat, you could be in trouble soon.
On the anniversary of the worst chemical-weapons massacre of civilians in history, Iraqis once again have to fear attack with the banned substances.
Trump says he "doesn't mind" debating, but also won't be debating.
Trump's rhetoric and the violent acts of some supporters have alarmed many, but America's past is full of political and electoral savagery.
Harm reduction agencies are giving chronic alcoholics "beverage-alcohol" to stop them from drinking poison.
If the Communist government's plan goes through, Otto Warmbier won't be back on US soil until he's at least 36.
Merrick Garland is a centrist who has been praised by Republicans in the past—but the GOP has promised to block anyone Obama chooses.