Europe wasn't alone in dealing with a migrant crisis in 2015. Southeast Asia is facing human trafficking, forced displacement and the persecution of the Rohingya in Myanmar.
Lèse majesté sentences have become harsher under military rule, with record sentences of up to 30 years being handed down by military courts.
The conviction of the former Oklahoma cop on on rape charges came as a report found that thousands of law enforcement officials across the country have lost their licenses for rape, sexual assault, and sexual misconduct.
Muslims in America are experiencing an unprecedented level of discrimination, threats, and violence following the Paris attacks, according to a new report.
The 14-year-old student and his family have demanded compensation and a written apology over the incident earlier this year in which his homemade clock was mistaken for a bomb.
Members of the hacktivist collective say they’re trying to identify and report "supporters of people behind the Paris attacks," but critics are questioning their motives.
A $25 million wrongful death lawsuit accuses the police department of failing to respond to requests for police files and conspiring to cover up the details of Linwood R. Lambert Jr. death in 2013.
Algae blooms have brought about a spike in neurotoxin levels, making Dungeness and rock crabs unsafe to eat, say state officials.
When the sky turned green over Thailand, people immediately flocked to Twitter: Was it a meteor, a shooting star, or maybe aliens from a Korean tv show?
Hackers brought down Thailand's state-run telecom site over the government's attempt to establish a single internet gateway that would allow it to monitor, control, and erase websites.