As the bodies keep piling up in St. Louis, the city’s prosecutor hopes a new website that tracks the death toll and tells the stories of victims can help make a difference.
Somalia is not exactly a safe haven, but this week it saw the arrival of the first small exodus of Yemeni refugees fleeing the worsening fighting in their own country.
Al Qaeda militants in Yemen freed hundreds of prisoners in a massive jailbreak while street fighting and airstrikes continued in Aden.
The militants continued their push into regime-controlled parts of Syria, seizing some sections of the camp in southern Damascus that was once home to 150,000 Palestinian refugees.
Iraq’s prime minister claims the country’s security forces “have reached the center of Tikrit,” but Islamic State fighters still control several neighborhoods in the city.
At least 25 people were killed and dozens injured Monday in northwestern Yemen when an airstrike hit a UN-run camp for refugees and internally displaced people.
Alex Martin burnt to death in 2012 when Border Patrol fired a Taser into his car during a traffic stop.
The propaganda was devised by members of the Pentagon’s Military Information Support Operations, a department specializing in psychological and information warfare.
A bomb targeting the Istanbul offices of 'Adimlar,' a militant Islamist magazine, left one dead and three injured.
Organizers have dubbed the summit the 'Woodstock of criminal justice,' with both Democrats and Republicans coming together to tackle mass incarceration and prison reform.
Just as Afghanistan’s president Ashraf Ghani prepared to address US lawmakers as part of his first official US visit, a suicide bombing near his presidential palace in the center of Kabul killed at least seven people and injured dozens more.
A new report found that black Chicagoans accounted for nearly three quarters of police stop and searches, even though they only represent a third of the city's population.