Vladimir Putin's opponents, shocked by the murder of Boris Nemtsov, prepare for a major rally Sunday in Moscow.
Activists voiced their anger over a planned Olympic golf course in Rio, which has spurred the so-called Occupy Golf movement.
Najmaddin Faraj Ahmad, a former leader of an Iraqi militant group, says the Charlie Hebdo gunmen "defended their dignity."
The Islamic State group is still actively recruiting foreign fighters using social-media platforms such as Facebook and Pinterest.
Tesla Motors published a long list of risks in its latest annual report. Here are the most interesting ones.
"Intrusive" technology regulations in China threaten to cut American businesses out of a $20 billion banking hardware market.
A Canadian tour operator is the first to open its cruise ship to Americans.