The preventative detention unit at Tegel Prison in Berlin offers a radically different way to approach those felons Americans might call the "worst of the worst."
Police are still searching for the gunman responsible for a suspected hate crime at one of the oldest and best-known black churches in Charleston, South Carolina.
A Colorado BBQ joint called Rubbin' Buttz promised to give a 10 percent discount in honor of white people. I went, and it sucked.
Australia will have to wait a while longer to access the next chapter in HIV prevention.
There are a lot of people with a beef against the new Republican presidential candidate, but perhaps none are so hostile as the libertarian and Tea Party activists in his own party.
Legislators in Argentina are considering a law that would criminalize catcalls. Can that sort of reform lead to men not being assholes?
Is the battle to live in London about to escalate to a whole new level?
One is a feel-good movie, the other is a real-life tabloid tale about a pair of murderous sociopaths. It shouldn't be that hard to tell the difference.
In part one of this series, Irinea Buendía explains why she believes her daughter was murdered by her son-in-law, a police investigator for the State of Mexico—despite authorities having ruled the death a suicide.
The proliferation of threats across the Middle East has forced the US to focus its defense strategy on bolstering the military capabilities of its strongest ally in a region perpetually gutted by turmoil.
Sergeant Kevin Nanson's home is a disaster at the moment and he blames the Canadian government.
After an immense public outcry, Hackney decided not to go through with a terrible, terrible policy.
As a recent touring group of US officials found out, German inmates wear their own clothes, cook their own meals, and aren't put in solitary for more than eight hours at a time.
I asked a couple of experts if snooping on children for signs of radicalization will affect their development.
Drugs, guns, bombs, fights—it seems like the Simon City Royals are into all kinds of mischief in Mississippi.
An Italian magazine leaked a draft of the pope's encyclical, scheduled for release on Thursday, and it hints that he's not shying away from challenging leading Republican politicians.
Fraud, huckster, Nacho Cheese Dorito–dusted goiter wrapped in a full Windsor knot—Donald Trump is many indefensible things. But the motherfucker can make an entrance.
If you know a guy who recently bought a sports car, or is gay, it might be because their partner had an abortion, according to Alliance for Life Ontario.
When you can't afford rent, why not try not paying it?
In a letter addressed to Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi and his followers, the Taliban explains that they should all just try to get along.
It's just the latest piece of evidence that medical marijuana can be legalized without the nation's high schools getting hotboxed 24/7.
Last week Amnesty International released a report on Indigenous youth in WA's justice system. The findings are bleak, but they're not without solutions.
In the wake of the Freddie Gray protests that made race relations in Baltimore national news, some locals are determined to expand voting rights for former prisoners.
Jeb "Jeb!" Bush just officially launched his campaign, after months of being an unofficial frontrunner in the GOP primary.