The Poor People's Campaign is launching a national bus tour of poverty-stricken areas to bring attention to what they call the "real crises" or "interlocking injustices" afflicting the country
European Council President Donald Tusk is happy about the outcome of the Brexit summit but says there's nothing more the EU can do to help Prime Minister Theresa May
Avoiding roommate drama can be difficult for some young people living in major cities like New York or Los Angeles. Do you know how to choose the right one?
A Syrian man suspected of having taken part in beheadings carried out by the Islamic State in Homs has been taken into custody and questioned by authorities in Hungary
The North Carolina county at the heart of a ballot-collection scandal that forced a new congressional election is getting a clean slate of elections overseers
The women sipped from a can of beer, and the "rest of the night became a blur." So reads a lawsuit filed Monday by two JetBlue flight attendants, who claim they were drugged and one of them sexually assaulted—by JetBlue pilots. The suit describes Jane Doe 1 of Riverton,...
The president's son-in-law is up to date with technology but possibly not with the Presidential Records Act. House Oversight Committee Chairman Elijah Cummings said Thursday that a lawyer for Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner told him that Kushner, a White Houser adviser, used the encrypted messaging service WhatsApp for official...
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The top U.N. human rights body has asked its chief to strengthen her office's presence in Palestinian areas following an investigation that found Israeli soldiers may have committed war crimes in a deadly response to Gaza protests last year
An active shooter drill staged by a local sheriff’s office at an Indiana elementary school in January ended up being far more harrowing than anticipated, according to the Indiana State Teachers Association. How it summarized what allegedly occurred at Meadowlawn Elementary in Monticello in a tweet : "During active shooter drill,...
Thirty years after the original Bill & Ted film hit theaters, actors Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter announced that the long-awaited third installment will be released in August 2020.
The U.N.'s cultural agency considers the possible withdrawal of the recognition of a Belgium carnival as intangible cultural heritage following accusations of anti-Semitism during a parade
The Alabama Department of Corrections says a hunger strike by inmates protesting solitary confinement has ended after authorities shut off the water to their prison cells