Chicago approved a $5.5 million package for victims who experienced torture under former police commander Jon Purge and his officers between 1972 and 1991.
Chaos emerged as several members from the feminist group interrupted the leader of the far-right party Front National with slogans like “Stop Fascism” painted across their bare breasts.
The teenager reportedly survived by eating two containers of butter and drinking water off of wet clothes for several days.
The first few hours of oral arguments Tuesday offered some insights about how the justices may ultimately rule on the issue of same-sex marriage.
The Yugoslav Wars of the 1990s were notorious for the use of sexual violence as a war tactic, but years later, women in countries like Bosnia, Croatia, and Kosovo struggle to seek justice against the men who raped them.
Macedonian officials claim 40 ethnic Albanian gunmen stormed a watchtower near the border with Kosovo and held four police officers hostage, but others say the incident was staged.
Colorado lawmakers are currently considering legislation that would give people the right to sleep in public without being subjected to police harassment.
Islamic State Takes a Stab at Legitimacy With Alleged Identification Cards as Forces Lose Ground in Iraq
Photos of new identification cards have surfacing on pro-Islamic State social media accounts, indicating an attempt at legitimizing the so-called caliphate in the face of territory loss.
An explosion appears to launch a car several hundred feet in the air, causing it to spin and flip as it descends before erupting into flames.
A group of military veterans is calling for an end to US drone wars by airing graphic anti-drone ads on TV.
The National Institute on Drug Abuse updated its website this month to say cannabis extracts may help “slow the growth of cancer cells from one of the most serious types of brain tumors."
Governor Doug Ducey has vetoed a bill requiring the names of police officers to be kept secret from the public for 60 days.