A Senate Vote Signals That An End Is Coming To US Aid To Saudi Arabia's War In Yemen — If Not Now, Then Next Year
“I’m never gonna let this go.”
The Strasbourg Terrorist Attack Unsettled A France That Was Already Reeling From Unrest Over The Economy
Chérif Chekatt, whom French officials said shot 15 people in Strasbourg, France, on Tuesday, was still at large Wednesday as Europe declared its highest level of alert in two years.
The suspect has been identified as Chérif Chekatt, a 29-year-old with a string of prior convictions who was on a terrorism watchlist. He remains at large.
"Yellow Vests" Are Sharing So Many Conspiracy Theories About The Strasbourg Shooting That Facebook Groups Are Locking Their Comments
Massively viral Facebook groups that were already extremely polarized and paranoid went into full-on meltdown on Tuesday night.
“These are very ambiguous results,” one critic said.
Despite the increase, there were fewer arrests of undocumented workers at their jobs than there were under the George W. Bush administration.
Several others were injured in the attack, and authorities are investigating it as terrorism.
The 91-year old, who founded and co-chaired Russia's oldest human rights organization, passed away over the weekend.
China Vowed There'd Be Consequences For The Arrest Of A Senior Tech Executive. Now Two Canadians Have Been Detained.
The detentions come after Canada arrested a senior Huawei executive.
Photographer Andreas Hvid filmed his trip to the top of a pyramid — where he pretended to have sex.
Australia's new law goes well beyond those that are being used in the United States or the United Kingdom.
She took the leap to raise awareness for a disease that claimed her daughter's life.
Letting Facebook shares lead your political movement makes for a weird experience on the ground. Imagine Occupy Wall Street combined with SantaCon, with every genre of internet conspiracy theorist out in full force.
The court order presents a headache for Apple in moving some of the company’s older models in China, the world’s largest market for smartphones.
In shock after delivering three months early, Miriam Frías put her stillborn child into a backpack. Mexican authorities convicted her of homicide — and she's not alone.
What happens when your only currency is Trump–Russia fame?
Millions Of Comments About The FCC's Net Neutrality Rules Were Fake. Now The Feds Are Investigating.
People's names and addresses were listed on the FCC's website beside net neutrality comments they didn't make. Now the FBI is interested.
British authorities have asked one of the world’s best-known experts on ISIS to limit access to his blog.
Protesters set off fireworks, chased away reporters, and smashed storefronts while others hurled objects at police, who responded with tear gas and stun grenades.
Abortion In Italy Is Legal, But So Is A Doctor Refusing To Perform One. This Gynecologist Wants To Make Hospitals Safer For All Women.
Silvana Agatone says she’s regarded as an “evildoer” for trying to protect women’s access to safe and legal abortions.
“What was supposed to be a joyful event, a concert, turned into tragedy,” Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte said.
No diamonds were harmed in the making of this video.
“If you’re sitting at the Pentagon, your best hope is that the Mexican military continues to ignore the rhetoric.”
“We will find a new ship, and a new flag.”
Two options other than a bill that would end US support for the Saudi war in Yemen have surfaced since the 63–37 vote, which was considered a rebuke of Trump.
“Whether an illegal alien or alleged (or even convicted) criminal, all are human, and should be treated humanely.”
The British R&B artist met the fervor of the genre with his own easygoing style in Born to Do It, which helped form my understanding of love and storytelling in music.
The success has inspired victims to launch fundraisers of their own. These efforts reveal how much saying #MeToo can cost you.
Authorities said Juan David Ortiz confessed to killing the four women. He’s been jailed since Sept. 15. The charges make him eligible for the death penalty.
Fans Threw Almost 35,000 Stuffed Animals During A Live Hockey Game, And It Was The Icing On The Cake
The game was immediately stopped to collect the plush animals.