Mexico is emerging as an unlikely savior for U.S. women desperate to terminate their unintended pregnancies.
Mikhail Khodarenok, a Soviet-era colonel, told a panel show "the whole world is against us, even if we don’t want to admit it”.
Researchers warn that systems which predict patients’ race from X-rays and CT scans will fuel medical discrimination.
Spain's complicated drug laws mean hemp farmers are having their legal crop destroyed by police, and stolen by gangs who think it's cannabis.
Japan will accept a grand total of 50 tourists this month.
Another union organizer at the same warehouse in upstate New York was fired for not using a step stool to move totes full of merchandise.