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"Most people would look at this and assume that people in America would be so shocked by this attack that they would want to take some action," she said.
A peaceful independence referendum turned into scenes of chaos.
The city dimmed its lights for 11 minutes, marking one week since a gunman killed dozens attending a country music festival.
Unlike what happened in Las Vegas, most mass killers in the U.S. target those closest to them.
Can Tesla save the island's aging -- and now hurricane-wrecked -- power grid?
"Dalits and Muslims are being told by the ruling party that they cannot be part of India’s vision," said the great-grandson of India's first prime minister.
A bill signed by Gov. Jerry Brown will limit cooperation between local law enforcement and federal immigration officials.
Stormfront is up and running again with the help of several internet companies that previously denied services to hate sites.
Small, autonomous states are shaping their own futures without interference from capitals.
France’s transformation under Macron will push the Germans to change as well.
Pretty useless to people without power and clean water.
Protesters crashed Stormfront's closed-door conference in the woods.
The country's far-right party did much better in the region that used to be communist East Germany.
The shortlists in Fiction, Nonfiction, Poetry and Young People's Literature are mixed between fresh faces and established heavy hitters.
The success of the anti-Islam, anti-immigrant AfD party marks a major shift.
It's a lawsuit waiting to happen.
If you want to improve the world as much as possible, should you become a doctor, an engineer or a politician?
The consequences could be devastating, experts warn.