Oppose Obama's nuke deal? You've got to be a bigot.
Straight to the danger zone as Cruise and Fallon do battle
When you watch the news after the latest big shooting, there's a good chance you'll come across John Lott. The 57-year-old economist has made more than 100 media appearances over the past two years, from friendly conversations on Fox News to heated debates on MSNBC and CNN. Show More Summary
A Libyan court is to rule Tuesday on the case of Saif Islam Gaddafi and other former regime officials accused of war crimes during the 2011 revolution.
Oxfam Country Director for Yemen Philippe Clerc claims that Monday's breach of the humanitarian ceasefire in Yemen causes some 25,000 additional people to starve each day as the blockade and fighting restrict food and other vital supplies.
South Korea has declared a "de facto end" to the outbreak of MERS.
Four people died after a light aircraft crashed into a field in western Wisconsin.
Shopping can be an ethical act. “Every person ought to have the awareness that purchasing is always a moral – and not simply an economic – act,” Pope Francis announced early this year. How can we spend our money as if our values matter? In some sectors and for some values this is fairly easy. Show More Summary
An annual Muslim summer camp for boys has opened in Saratov region near the Volga; a camp for girls will be organized next month.
The latest round of negotiations between 12 countries surrounding TPP will begin on Tuesday in the US state of Hawaii.
An activist will be holding a candlelight vigil on Wednesday to honor his friend, who died in a county jail in Mississippi.
It seems like nothing can stop Donald Trump from winning the 2016 US Republican presidential nomination, as he continues to take on his Republican rivals.
US House Speaker John Boehner has a reputation for wearing his emotions on his sleeve. He’s cried over Winston Churchill. He’s cried over America’s faltering economy. He’s even cried over legendary golfer Arnold Palmer, who is still alive, by the way. Which could explain why he chokes up during this Golf Channel interview.
Former delegate to the UN Convention on International Trade Law Professor Raj Bhala says that the claim that the US Export-Import Bank and TPP agreement promote free trade is a myth because they selectively liberalize or manage markets based on what best suits US interests.
Evan Kohlmann is the US government's go-to expert witness in terrorism prosecutions, even though he cannot speak Arabic, has almost no experience in the Middle East and gets most of his research from the Internet.
Life can be dull if you’re a cat. Stuck in the house, watching this dude read the New Yorker and make a protein shake. Still, this feline finds ways to entertain himself.
Using images taken by New Horizons during its historic mission to Pluto, NASA has assembled this simulation which shows two regions of the icy world.
A complaint stating that civilian and military lawyers are being diagnosed with cancer at alarming rates is calling for the Guantanamo Bay detention camp to be tested for carcinogens and have personnel from the facilities evacuated.
Dilapidated buildings, unclean sanitary facilities, poorly trained staff, failure to report escapes. A wave of criticism has crashed onto private security firm G4S, which a juvenile detention center in Florida that a grand jury has deemed "a disgrace to the state."
The Boy Scouts of America voted to end its prohibition against homosexuals serving in leadership positions.