A new report asserts that Pakistan's spy network has secretly expanded its surveillance capabilities beyond what is legally sanctioned, even seeking to intercept web traffic from undersea cables.
A White House effort to upgrade Malaysia's trafficking status to include it in a massive free trade deal risks elevating economic issues over human rights.
The controversial Slovenian group Laibach will play Pyongyang in August. Critics say the group's music and performances glorify fascism, while the group says its critics don't understand its music or message.
North Korean media photographed Kim Jong-un touring a pesticide factory — but experts say that the facility is likely intended to produce massive quantities of weaponized anthrax.
Top cops like New York’s Bill Bratton command hefty salaries when they move to new cities, but many communities are now clamoring for more control of their police departments.
The plan, which offers 3,000 low-level offenders supervised release in lieu of bail, will help “reduce both the financial and human costs of needless incarceration.”
The former attorney general admitted that the NSA leaks "spurred a necessary debate," and suggested a deal could be struck between the whistleblower and the DOJ.
A report based on interviews with 221 North Korean defectors attempts to offer a detailed accounting of how often the ruling regime kills citizens in public.
The court decided that a cure for homosexuality offered by JONAH, a non-profit based in New Jersey, was based on unscientific claims, and awarded plaintiffs $70,000 in damages.
In a lawsuit filed Tuesday in federal district court, the Temple argues that the restrictions violate its members "rights to free exercise."
The Agency for Internet Research employees hundreds of professional trolls to churn out pro-Putin comments, articles, and other forms of elaborate online propaganda.
Saudi bombs killed 90 people and wounded 300 in Yemen's capital Sanna in the hours before the ceasefire was set to go into effect.
Hamdeen Sabahi never had any chance of winning Egypt's presidential election. But he and a loyal group of followers felt they had to try.