The international human-rights group claimed Iraqi security forces indulged in "mass extrajudicial killings" of at least 255 prisoners.
Cleveland offers the NBA superstar a chance to win more titles and boost his image.
LeBron James returns to a Cleveland where optimistic residents see a booming downtown and other signs of economic recovery.
Beijing's claim the iPhone's "Frequent Locations" feature threatens national security is its latest attack against an American tech giant.
Samsung is again struggling to defend itself against human rights violations, but the company is far from alone in the corporate world.
"Red tourism" was most popular in China in the late 1970s, but it's on the rise again as China gets back to its Communist roots.
Frozen carbon dioxide, or dry ice, does not naturally exist on Earth, but it is abundant on Mars.