Researchers used video simulations and unloaded Glock pistols in a study that suggests cops are 25 times more likely to shoot white individuals compared to blacks.
Meth seizures along the Mexico-California border and at the San Diego airport and seaport quadrupled between 2009 and 2014, according to US Customs and Border Protection data.
New wave of tensions surrounding Palestine's ambitions to join ICC and try Israel for war crimes, results in the freezing of $127 million in much-needed taxes to Palestinian territories.
The Hermit Kingdom maintains it did not stage the studio attack, claims sanctions show America's "inveterate repugnancy and hostility" toward the country.
Latest Islamic State film presents photojournalist giving casual tour of Iraqi city, and showing how "normal" life is under militant control.
On New Year's Eve the Islamic militant group arrived in pick-up trucks and attacked a remote village in northeast Nigeria.
Anas al-Libi, a Libyan national charged with plotting the 1998 truck bombings of Kenya’s and Tanzania’s embassies — which killed 224 people.
Bill Bratton is asking the city’s police officers not to turn their backs on Mayor Bill de Blasio during this weekend’s funeral for Wenjian Liu, one of two cops killed in December in Brooklyn.
The sanctions, which President Barack Obama announced Friday, were an “appropriate” consequence of North Korea’s aggression, South Korea said today.
The militant group responsible for a devastating attack on Chechnya's capital earlier this month have allegedly claimed direct affiliation with the Islamic State.
Armed men reportedly burst through a side door of Germany's renowned KaDeWe and proceeded to shatter and ransack cases containing jewelry and expensive watches.
The four Afghan prisoners — all cleared to leave the prison since 2009 — were flown back to their native country Friday night, the Department of Defense announced.
Two days after the FBI linked North Korea to the cyber attack, North Korean officials threatened "grave consequences" if the US doesn't comply with a request for a joint investigation.
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute President Shirley Jackson rakes in millions of dollars a year, but critics blame her for the bringing the school into debt and silencing her opponents.
North Korea's state news agency released a video of Arturo Pierre Martinez, a 29-year-old native of El Paso, Texas, blasting the US during a press conference in Pyongyang.
As Colombia's government continues to negotiate a truce with FARC rebels, an opposition movement is demanding "peace without impunity" for the guerrillas.
Time-lapse footage shows a sea of protesters in New York, while other recordings capture riot police in Oakland clearing the streets, and hit-and-run incident that injured protesters in Portland.
Authorities detained the editor-in-chief of one of Turkey's largest newspapers, along with several other journalists and people associated with an opposition leader.
Protesters marched through the streets of the Haitian capital Friday burning tires and barricades and demanding a change of leadership amid a deepening political crisis.
Hundreds of thousands of people across the country gathered Saturday to protest the deaths of Michael Brown, Eric Garner, and others killed by police in recent months.