A bystander captured footage that appears to show a police officer pointing his pistol at a a group of young men on a snowy street in a New York City suburb.
Greste and two other Al Jazeera staffers — both still imprisoned — were sentenced to at least seven years in prison on terrorism-related charges last year.
Militants attacked the largest city in northeast Nigeria, putting hundreds of thousands of civilians "at grave risk" just as the US secretary of state landed in the country.
An estimated 17,500 people turned out for the group's latest "anti-Islamization" rally in Dresden, the first since their leader resigned following a Hitler selfie scandal.
At least 15 people — including a 10-year-old boy — were killed during anti-government protests on the anniversary of the first day of the 2011 Egyptian revolution.
The FBI is hunting for a Twitter user who claimed — falsely — that an airport security employee helped plant bombs on two Atlanta-bound flights Saturday.
Ten people have been killed during violent demonstrations in Niger over the recent 'Charlie Hebdo' cover that features a cartoon of the Prophet Muhammad.
Video of Utah's second deadly police shooting in less than a week shows a calm 17-minute interaction followed by a frantic 38-second chase and a brief struggle.
The militants freed at least 200 members of the Iraqi minority group, but many women and young girls are still being held prisoner and subjected to violence.
Andrew Brannan was first sentenced to death in 2000 after his involvement in the fatal 1998 shooting of a police officer. Georgia’s Supreme Court denied a final petition against his execution this week.
Mental healthcare workers are striking in California this week, claiming that insurance company Kaiser Permanente hires insufficient staff and is putting vulnerable patients in danger.
The department store chain has filed a court motion arguing that "transsexuals are not a protected class" under employment law, while LGBT advocates have described the move as "deplorable."
A clip published Sunday purportedly features Amedy Coulibaly, the gunman who killed four hostages Friday at a kosher supermarket in Paris before police gunned him down.
Video recorded by a Salt Lake City police officer's body camera shows a man becoming angry and swinging a snow shovel before the cop fatally shot him.
A projection based on CDC data suggests fatal shootings will outpace car crashes as the leading cause of death for people ages 15 to 24 in the coming year.
Two suspects have reportedly been arrested following an attack on a paper that republished several controversial images depicting the Prophet Muhammad.
A suicide blast that killed at least 19 people is the latest attack in northern Nigeria in a conflict that has triggered a refugee crisis in neighboring Chad.
Zimmerman — the man who killed Trayvon Martin in 2012 — was arrested Friday night on aggravated assault and domestic violence charges in Seminole County.
Despite spending more than $62 million in one year on drones to patrol the US border, the program is still largely ineffective and may not be worth the cost, say experts.
"I wouldn't recommend this work to anyone, young or old," a Cartagena prostitute tells VICE News. Yet, sex tourism is booming, and along with it, underage prostitution rings are confounding Colombian officials' efforts to stop the trend.