Campuses are becoming hubs for young activists with a lot to be angry about.
We need more money, medical staff, volunteers, and translators. And we need more compassion so that men, women, and children stop dying on the water.
The Deport Racism PAC says it will give $5,000 to anyone who disrupts Trump's appearance on Saturday Night Live, and released a video featuring Latino youngsters using salty language.
This morning, Ohio votes against legalizing weed, Houston rejects protections for LGBT people, an astrophysicist says he may have found evidence of parallel universes, and more.
Mississippi cops say Marshall Leonard set off a small explosive device at a Walmart in his hometown early Sunday, a twisted Halloween outing that could land him in prison for the rest of his life.
Three people were killed after a 911 dispatcher in Colorado Springs reportedly told a caller it was perfectly legal for her neighbor to be brandishing an AR-15 assault rifle.
On the eve of the state's vote on recreational marijuana, we got a reminder of how cruel the war on drugs can be.
The Irish minister in charge of the national drugs strategy advocates both heroin injecting rooms and the decriminalization of drug possession for personal amounts.
But can a two-day course really improve decades of abuse and mistrust?
Last week, Dr. Lisa Tseng was found guilty of second-degree murder for writing prescriptions that led to patient overdoses. But it's not clear that punishing doctors will help addicts in need.
"I never actually tweeted it—but I don't condemn it, either."
A conversation with Virginia Comolli, author of Boko Haram: Nigeria's Islamist Insurgency.
A massive new survey from Pew found that America is inching toward godlessness.
We talked to Peter Stoffer about the recent election upset, why he likes his fellow politicians, and his collection of baseball caps.
There has been no support offered to the families of the 11 black women who were brutally raped and murdered on Imperial Avenue. This says everything you need to know about the role race and class play in the way we view victims.
Special interest groups have spent millions of dollars on local campaigns for American state offices, ballot initiatives, and other local elections.
The driver is apparently done driving for the company after a wasted guy lost his cool over Halloween weekend.
He hates the chocolate selection, though.
A new Associated Press investigation revealed that from 2009 to 2014, 1,000 police officers were stripped of their badges due to sexual misconduct
Raytheon Canada is filing a complaint against Ottawa over being cut from a $250 million defense project.
Dozens of email addresses and phone numbers the online hacktivist collective claims are affiliated with the KKK are making the rounds.
The Harvard law professor blamed the Democratic party for "changing the rules" to qualify for debates and preventing him from getting face time on national television.
Ohio will vote Tuesday on a ballot initiative that would end marijuana prohibition, but create a monopoly on the legal weed industry in the state.
"The plane was in excellent condition. We rule out a technical fault and any mistake by the crew," a senior official of the Kogalymavia airline said at a news conference in Moscow today.