Taiwan has become the first nation in Asia to legally recognize same-sex marriage.
Turkey’s authoritarian leader is going to be around for a long time.
Tomorrow, Irish voters will head to the polls to decide whether or not to scrap a Constitutional Amendment that bans abortion in essentially all circumstances.
The Nigerian terrorist group has released an unknown number of the 110 girls kidnapped from a boarding school last month.
President Trump has issued a revised ban on travel from six predominantly Muslim nations.
Mohammed Morsi, Egypt’s first truly-elected president, has been sentenced to death by the government which ousted him in a coup.
President Obama criticized Sony for backing down, and said that the U.S. would respond to North Korea’s cyber attack “at a place and time we choose,”
President Obama’s new rules for killing Americans with drones are proving inconvenient.
An unusual challenge to the NSA’s data mining program reaches its expected end in the Supreme Court.
A privacy rights group has filed a Petition with the Supreme Court regarding recent actions by the FISA Court.
Texas is ending the time-honored tradition of allowing condemned men to pick their last meal before being put to death.
The execution of Troy Davis brings back to the forefront the reasons why the death penalty is inherently flawed.
Reports are coming out of Libya that paint the Libyan rebels in a very unkind light.
Amnesty International is drawing attention to capital punishment in the United States, with bad math and a credulous media on its side.