In a bizarre statement published by the country's state-run news agency, North Korea threatened to attack the US and again denied hacking Sony Pictures.
While the shooter possibly sought revenge for the deaths of Garner and Brown, the families of the two men strongly condemned the attack and offered their condolences.
A video has surfaced that shows several New York police officers hunting 28-year-old Ismaaiyl Brinsley inside a crowded Brooklyn subway station.
From US medical schools to a mall in London, demonstrators have participated in die-ins to protest police brutality in recent weeks.
US Navy deploys laser weapon system in the Arabian Gulf for the first time, introducing a cheaper alternative than traditional naval missiles.
Civil rights advocates have criticized a bill that seeks to keep details of state executions off limits to the public, journalists, and courts.
With a promotional video showing police beatings set to popular holiday songs, the group is asking people to make different plans for the day after Thanksgiving.
The FAA is reportedly drawing up regulations for commercial drone use that would include a nighttime restriction on drone flights and require a pilot's license.
With a decision on the fate of Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson looming, protesters gathered in St. Louis where another black teenager was shot in October.
The Bahraini government has called on all citizens to take part in the elections, but it appears the country's Shia population will not be participating
As the St. Louis area braces for unrest ahead of a grand jury decision in the case of Michael Brown, the officer who shot the unarmed teen is reportedly planning to resign.
In a new propaganda video, young Islamic State recruits from Kazakhstan are taught to speak and write Arabic — and to kill the group’s enemies.