While the event didn't quite live up to its "Million Mask March" title, the first thing I was struck by was the sheer number of people present. The second thing I noticed was the weed smoke.
Brisbane will host the 2014 Group of 20 from November 14 to 16. Should residents be worried about similar scenes to Toronto in 2010?
Cops in Fort Lauderdale wrote Arnold Abbott a citation for giving food to the hungry, but he's not going to let laws stop his charity efforts. "I'm not worried about jail," he said.
Over the summer I embedded with a unit of the Peshmega, the Kurdish troops fighting the Islamic State in northern Iraq.
The left still hasn't figured out how to get Obama's coalition to vote when Obama's not on the ballot.
An anonymous internet denizen posted an eerily prescient message along with graphic images of the victim with red strangulation marks around her neck.
DDoS attacks of an unprecedented scale have targeted pro-democracy websites in Hong Kong for months, and the Chinese government is likely to blame.
The Nevada Supreme Court recently ruled that exotic dancers are full-fledged employees, not independent contractors, so they are owed at least minimum wage on top of their tips.
Cosmopolitan sent a party bus full of male models to get out the vote in North Carolina on Tuesday. Turns out, they were needed.
On Tuesday, scientists in Paris claim to have discovered the genetic mechanism that allows for a "spontaneous cure" among a very rare group of HIV-infected patients. Researchers claim this could be a major step towards a future cure for AIDS.
The Golden State has been an archetype of the United States' prison boom since the war on drugs began, but now it's joining the mass incarceration reform wave.
It's been a weird week for democracy in the UK. The government is giving Manchester a mayor it didn't vote for, and taking over the administration of the recently re-elected mayor in East London.
The GOP is now preparing to take control of the Senate for the first time in eight years--a political power shift that gives the party free rein to torment President Barack Obama for the next two years.
Liberia is woefully unprepared to deal with the logistics necessary to stop the spread of the disease.
Probably not, but it's something.
Exposure to a compound called DINP might alter your hormones so drastically that if you're pregnant with a boy he could be born with a smaller than average penis or other abnormalities.
In the wake of yesterday's sad day of racing, we look back at the sad and weirdly engineered lives of Admire Rakti and Araldo.
Live campaign dispatches and everything else you need to know about Election Day 2014.
In this post-9/11 era of national security state excesses, the largest police department in America is freaking out over the possibility of weaponized drone attacks by developing its own drone program.
Prosecutors pinned Californian Joseph Corey as a cold-blooded murderer who laid in wait to kill any lawman who showed up at his door, but evidence suggests he was a mentally ill hoarder who had lost his grip on reality.
After eight austerity budgets and years of massive unemployment and waves of emigration, the Emerald Isle is witnessing its largest protest movement in decades.
Voter choices today will directly impact the quality of air we breathe, how much we pay in taxes, and whether the country's broken immigration system gets fixed before we start collecting Social Security.
I wanted to know how people in Monrovia (where the ebola outbreak has hit hardest) are coping, so I checked in with my old friend Segbe Nyanfor, a human rights activist and longtime resident.
We've heard a lot about NSA spying thanks to Edward Snowden, but the Federal Bureau of Investigation is no stranger to unaccountable snooping.