Saturday, September 27, 2014
As a new wave of young protesters in suburban Denver rallied against an education proposal to promote patriotism and downplay civil disobedience, the district's school board president said Thursday that students were being misinformed and used as “pawns.”
An analysis of Twitter messages from the Arab-speaking world reveals strong anti-American sentiment, suggesting that social media posts may offer insights opinion polls cannot.
Denmark will send seven F-16 fighter jets to help combat Islamic State (IS) militants in Iraq, Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt said on Friday.
U.S. police have reached a US$1.5 million settlement with a black woman who was repeatedly punched by a cop in a video filmed by a passerby, her lawyer said Thursday.
A Yahoo transparency report released Thursday showed that the United States topped the list of countries demanding information about users in the first half of this year.
A South Carolina state trooper's dashboard video shows an unarmed driver being shot just seconds after he was stopped for a seatbelt offense — and the trooper, who was fired last week, has now been charged with assault.
U.S. President Barack Obama paid a deeply personal tribute to his Attorney General Eric Holder on Thursday, as a man with whom he shares bonds of friendship and race said he would resign.
Authorities say a motorcyclist who died after driving on the wrong side of the road was a 61-year-old man from Cheshire, England.
Chilean police have captured one of Colombia's most-wanted criminals, a woman nicknamed “La Chily,” accused of torturing and dismembering enemies of the powerful Clan Usuga drug gang, officials said Thursday.
Police in northern Greece are investigating a cemetery worker's testimony that a woman revived in her grave shortly after being buried and called for help, only to die before she could be extracted.