The grim reality is that this week wasn't especially bad by American standards.
The People vs. Citizens for Constitutional Freedom isn't going to be a simple trial.
Activists interrupted Donald Trump inside the venue and got arrested, while outside arguments between the GOP frontrunners fans and foes turned into physical confrontations.
Drug-related executions made up 65 percent of the nearly 1,000 prisoners Iran put to death last year, marking a high in the number of executions in the country in more than 20 years.
A combination of photo ID requirements and the closure of clinics has many undocumented immigrants in Texas resorting to DIY abortions, advocates say.
Earlier this week, a federal lawsuit was filed against a host of city and state officials implicated in the troubled city's water problems. But will it go anywhere?
The gang, from Holland and the northwest of the UK, was importing guns, weed, coke, MDMA, and heroin.
Turns out Trump U might not have been a shining beacon of light in the world of higher education after all.
An intellectually-disabled man who was already on crutches from a previous shooting somehow got fingered for a woman's murder. Then he was failed by his own lawyers and shady prosecutors.
This morning, Ben Carson will formally back Donald Trump, major powers discuss a divided Syria, France, J.K. Rowling faces backlash from Native Americans, and more.
After 11 attempts, the Republican Party finally managed to hold a real presidential debate in Miami last night.
The billionaire frontrunner will be surrounded by his remaining primary rivals in Florida tonight, perhaps for the last time.
He was the chief suspect for decades, but thanks to bizarre moves by prosecutors, the 83-year-old is only now facing the prospect of justice.
A number of refugees got a surprise when they discovered their hotel also happened to be hosting the VancouFur furry convention. The kids fucking loved it.
Newspaper clips obtained by VICE suggest the Republican frontrunner's father may have worn the robe and hood of a Klansman in 1927.
State's Attorney Anita Alvarez is struggling under the weight of a national criminal justice reform wave—and plenty of local anger—as she tries to win another term next week.
Police said that two gunmen fired from an alley into a backyard party before one of them fired at the back porch as partygoers tried to run inside.
The leaked ISIS recruitment form has 23 questions, ranging from education and work experience to "level of obedience" and "chemical knowledge."
Water tests at 33 of the city's 60 public schools revealed levels of lead higher than the US Environmental Protection Agency's "action level," triggering public notification and action to protect the public's health.
The inspection of one gun dealer in Arkansas turned up thousands of missing or stolen weapons, raising the question of whether the feds know anything at all about how many guns are floating around in the ether.
Just one day after Bernie Sanders's upset win in Michigan, the two Democratic candidates faced off in Florida for the last scheduled Democratic primary debate of 2016.
Conservative activists attempt to explain the rise and fall of the sleepy neurosurgeon's White House bid.
For many women living in the US illegally, fear of the police is greater than the fear of their abusive partners.
It certainly seems that way, but to double check, we asked some women in the street.