Is There Hazing In High School? Students Arrested In Texas
A handful of students from La Vernia High School were arrested this week in an ongoing investigation of hazing rituals.
Terrorism In The Philippines: Abu Sayyaf Leader Killed In Gun Fight With Philippine Troops
Armed Forces Chief of Staff General Eduardo Ano said Abu Rami was "a very notorious Abu Sayyaf leader," who committed a multitude of terrorist attacks.
Charlie Murphy Dead At 57: The Actor's Funniest Moments On The Chapelle Show
After a long fought battle with Leukemia, Charlie Murphy died Wednesday at 57 years old.
United Airlines Boycott Reaches Vietnam Over US Doctor Dragged Off Flight
Asian communities stand up for Dao and boycott United Airlines.
Are Private Prisons Safe? New Research Shows Private Prison Population Has Declined In Recent Years
According to a 2016 audit, private prisons were found to have more security and safety conditions compared to government-run prisons
How To Brew The Perfect Cup Of Tea: Microwave It
Dr. Vuong's study revealed putting teas to brew in the microwave activated 80 percent of amino acids and resulted in better taste.
Tillerson Gives Russia Ultimatum: Side With The US Or Iran
"I'm hopeful that we can have constructive talks with the Russian government," the U.S. secretary of state said.
Indonesian Police Arrest Muslim Leader For Treason, Thousands Protest Christian Governor
Protesters gathered in Indonesia's capital against Christian minority leader Basuki "Ahok" Tjahaja Purnama on Friday after Muslim leader and activists were arrested.
Bestiality Still Legal In 8 States: Texas Next To Outlaw
Forty-two states have made bestiality illegal. Texas will be the next state in 2017, following Ohio, to ban sexual acts with animals.
Pink Out Day: Lawmakers Fight For Funding, Supporters Rally In Pink
Supporters go all out in pink in support of Planned Parenthood amidst Democratic state lawmakers fighting for liberty from federal government.
Immigration In Massachusetts: Lawmaker Wants Sanctuary City Officials Arrested
Sheriff Thomas Hodgson testified before Congress that undocumented immigrants were violating citizens' safety.
LGBTQ Community More Vulnerable To Smoking? New Study Shows Possible Links
"Sexual orientation is not the cause of the smoking disparities; the stigma of being LGBTQ is the problem."
Breast Milk For Sale In Cambodia: Mothers Forbidden From Exporting To US
The United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund argued the trade exploited women and that Cambodian babies needed the extra milk.
Do Men Deserve Paid Time Off After The Birth Of A Child? New Poll Says Americans Favor Paternity Leave For Men
While most Americans support equal leave, one-in-seven think fathers should not receive paid or unpaid time off when their child is born.
Artificial Intelligence At Home: Google Home And Google Wifi To Enter UK With Extra Bonuses
Google Home is scheduled to debut in the United Kingdom in April.
Khalid Masood's Wife And Mother Respond To London Attack In New Interviews
"Since discovering that it was my son that was responsible, I have shed many tears for the people caught up in this horrendous incident."
The Business of Marijuana: Canada Stocks Soar Ahead Of Full Legalization
"What this means is we can all plan, we can all invest, we can all start hiring and start building the world's leading consumer cannabis system."
Will Robots Take Over? Artificial Intelligence To Affect UK Workers Soon
Jobs most at risk to be replaced by automation in the study included transport, manufacturing, and wholesale and retail.
Women's Rights Around The World: Caribbean Victims Of Sexual Assault Are Ignored, Activists Say
Women's rights have become a particularly hot topic worldwide — with organized marches, panels and activist events soaring as progressives push for an equal rights agenda.
Will Marijuana Make America Great Again? Skeptics May Disagree, But New Data Finds Otherwise
Marijuana users and opponents use state studies to argue their opinion about the medicinal plant.
Is Driving Safe? GPS Navigation Systems Switch Off Parts Of Brain
"You delegate the task of navigation to your GPS, and you merely follow the directions, which is yet a demanding task, but perhaps not as demanding as actual route planning."
How Safe Are Airports? Paris Orly Attack Is Latest Travel Incident To Raise Security Concerns
The Paris airport attack last weekend has heightened concerns of many travelers, both international and domestic.
Where Is Racism? Ireland's Racist Incidents Have Soared To Third Highest Level Ever
More than 50 percent of the victims recorded in the data were Irish citizens, which concluded there was inter-generational and ingrained racism against minorities among the country.
Law Enforcement More Deadly Than Marijuana, According To New Data
Out of the 85 raids that have occurred in the last decade, 70 percent were carried out on drug suspicion.
Former Red Power Ranger Ricardo Medina Murders Roommate With A Sword, Pleads Guilty
TV actor Ricardo Medina actor was most notably known for his role as Cole Evans, the Red Wild Force Ranger, killed his roommate with a sword in 2015.
Pregnant Teenage Model Killed By Moving Train During Railway Photo Shoot
Fredzania "Zanie" Thompson died last week.
Who Is Joe Barton? Texas Congressman Tells Town Hall Attendee to 'Shut Up'
A video of Texas Congressman Joe Barton has gone viral after a stressful town hall meeting over the weekend.
Endangered Species: Koalas Are Starving Of Thirst In Australia
Australia reaches hottest summer ever record as vulnerable koalas suffer the consequences.
Are Driverless Cars Safe? Automotive Vehicles May Cause Over-Reliance
Research showed drivers of automated cars were six times slower in braking during emergencies as opposed to drivers of manual cars.
Is Technology A Drug? Teens Use Smartphones, Tablets As A Stimulant
Interactive media have similar effects to drugs because "teens can get literally high."