Kim Davis says she's acting "under God's authority," but the elected official could soon be found to be in contempt of court.
Armed with nothing more than a mobile device and an internet connection, bad guys can potentially track, predict, and avoid US airstrikes and reconnaissance missions.
Franchisees were paying employees well below minimum wage, blackmailing them to work double shifts, and threatening to report foreign workers to immigration if they spoke out.
Now there can be hysterical local news stories about the supposed dangers of Periscope.
The FDA approved modafinil to treat narcolepsy, but people are taking it illegally—off-label and without a prescription—to study or work on big projects.
It was supposed to go to a tipster—but since the police arrested a suspect themselves, they're keeping the cash.
Two reporters and their fixer were detained Thursday while documenting the situation in the southeastern Turkish province of Diyarbakir.
A bevy of lawsuits, manifestos, suicide notes, and other documents paint a picture of the 41-year-old shooter as a troubled man obsessed with his looks and perceived racial slights against him.
Too many Americans die of overdoses that could be prevented by a combination of policy shifts and education.
Some prisoners serving life sentences are upset that they are effectively receiving the same punishment as a man who gunned down 12 people in a movie theater.
The Conservatives have long been criticized for dragging their heels in the journalist's case.
After resettling four asylum seekers from Nauru at $10 million each, Cambodia's Interior Ministry says they've done enough.
A group of Palestinian women were filmed biting, slapping, and grabbing an Israeli soldier as he attempted to detain a 12-year-old boy for throwing stones.
When a huge investment firm moved in to evict the residents of Sweets Way, they fought back.
Authorities say the man arrested Saturday for the August 17 bombing at Bangkok's Erawan shrine might be linked to a network that provided fake passports to migrants.
A number of deadly attacks in Syria indicate that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's regime is using "vacuum bombs" in Syria to pulverize apartment blocks and terrorize the civilian population.
Ten years after the storm, a full-fledged community of black skateboarders is now thriving in the Crescent City.
The 19-year-old was cleared of the most serious charges but was still found guilty of one felony and several misdemeanors, and must register as a sex offender for his sexual encounter with a girl who was then 15.
Jamycheal Mitchell of Portsmouth, Virginia, was arrested for stealing $5 worth of goods from a 7-Eleven on April 22. Last Wednesday he was found dead in his cell.
Nobody should freak out, everything is fine, Dad is here.
We all know the American people would never elect a socialist. What this interview presupposes is: Maybe they would?
After years of cruising the dealerships, the Pentagon announced this week that it will buy 55,000 new vehicles and spend up to $30 billion to replace Humvees and MRAPs.
A village council in northern India told Meenakshi Kumari, 23, and her 15-year-old sister that they would be raped and paraded naked in front of their neighbors because of their brother's elopement.