A Georgia woman who was arrested and placed in solitary confinement after cursing at police officers was awarded a six-figure settlement this week.
A suicide bombing near Bagram Airfield killed two US soldiers Friday night, the latest in a string of deadly attacks to hit as American forces prepare their withdrawal.
The state's recreational shops are struggling to attract local customers because dispensaries have less tax liability and can sell pot for as little as one-third the price of commercial vendors.
Police are investigating a chlorine gas leak at a hotel that left 19 people hospitalized in a Chicago suburb during the Midwest FurFest.
Activists planned a fifth day of nationwide protests Sunday following large demonstrations in New York, Seattle, Berkeley, Portland, Fort Lauderdale, and elsewhere.
The alleged rape of a 27-year-old female passenger by an Uber driver triggered a wave of protests over India's problem with chronic sexual assaults.
Six Guantanamo Bay prisoners were sent to Uruguay in a long-awaited deal that marks the largest detainee transfer since Obama pledged to close the facility in 2009.
Los Angeles police killed a man Friday night at the same spot where hundreds of people protested the use of deadly force just one day earlier.
The Pakistani military says soldiers killed Adnan Shukrijumah, al Qaeda’s head of external operations, during a pre-dawn raid in South Waziristan.
Al Qaeda-linked militants in Yemen killed Luke Somers and another man after a US-led mission to rescue the two men failed.
The Navy Is Investigating the Filming of Servicewomen In Showers as a New Sex Assault Report Emerges
Women were recorded until November on board the USS Wyoming, one of the first submarines that became integrated with females.
The country's Supreme Court reinstated the colonial-era law, which had been scrapped by a lower court, after ruling that only parliament could revoke it.
A sensational report surfaced this week of another mass kidnapping in the same municipality in Guerrero, Mexico, where 43 students disappeared earlier this year.
FARC guerrillas released an army general and two other hostages, paving the way for peace negotiations to resume and potentially bring an end to Colombia's 50-year civil war.
Violent clashes with police erupted after thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators surrounded government buildings in Hong Kong on Sunday night.
An assault that left three hostages dead in an upscale part of Kabul follows a week of increased violence as foreign troops prepare to withdraw from Afghanistan.
Protesters flooded department stores and malls on one of the busiest shopping days of the year, denouncing a grand jury's decision not to indict Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson.
A judge used a technicality to drop charges against former president Hosni Mubarak for the murders of hundreds of protesters killed during the country's 2011 revolution.
Mexican authorities have placed 11 people in maximum security prisons for protesting the disappearance of 43 teaching students in the country.
The attack occurred on the same day the Afghan parliament approved security agreement with the United States and NATO.