On Tuesday, the Supreme Court weighed arguments against Ohio's law that insist it is an unconstitutional abridgment of free speech.
The justice minister announced that Turkey has come up with an initiation to “protect convicts” by constructing separate LGBT prisons.
Similar vending machines have existed behind the counter before, but this is the first one that customers can operate on their own.
We spoke with Dozhd TV’s editor–in-chief, Mikhail Zygar, as the staff fights to keep their station alive in Russia.
With climate change generating way more wildfires, a new Interior Department strategy calls for people to learn how to “live with fire.”
Losing consciousness is fairly routine among the country’s textile laborers, who work long hours producing apparel for international brands.
The Richmond Standard, an online newspaper, has decidedly positive things to say about anything the company does.
In protest against Russia's Crimea invasion, a group of Ukrainian women have promoted a sex ban known as "Don’t Give it to a Russian."
Venezuelan protesters have been communicating with each other using the app Zello. When it was blocked last week, developers retaliated.
Evgeny Vitishko faces three years in a Russian labor camp for trying to expose the steep environmental costs of the Sochi Olympics.