China says there was no racism in a state-televised blackface skit.
Rodrigo Duterte's war on drugs has ruffled some feathers.
NRA's Wayne LaPierre things schools should become "hardened targets" in wake of school shooting.
The Southern Poverty Law Center noted that the number of neo-Nazi groups has sharply grown in the past year.
Donald Trump Jr. said he appreciated poor people's smiles in a country with a bitingly poor populace.
North Korea has been accused of attempting to violate United Nations sanctions.
After a terrorist attack in Nigeria, parents fear that a number of schoolgirls have been abducted.
A rise in electric vehicles could be a boon for mines that use child labor.
Outspoken Parkland Shooting Survivors Are 'Actors,' Aide To Florida Republican State Representative Says
Parkland, Florida shooting survivors turned activists face conservative backlash. One Florida aide allegedly called them actors.
Venezuela launched a cryptocurrency Tuesday, the first backed by a nation.
South Korea said that it will announce joint military drill plans with the U.S. after the Paralympics.
ISIS has claimed credit for a shooting outside of a church in Russia.
North Korean cheerleaders are trained very differently than other cheerleaders from around the world.
Yacht consumers with a lot of cryptocurrency are now in luck, a Florida boat dealer will now accept Bitcoins for boats.
Syrian doctors claimed that they saw evidence of a gas attack carried out by Turkish forces, but Turkey has denied the use of chemical weapons.
Iran's foreign minister believes that despite President Donald Trump's insistence, it can keep the nuclear deal alive.
Nikolas Cruz has been linked to the Republic of Florida, a white supremacist and militia group.
The company that took Otto Warmbier to North Korea posted a video of the country's military parade.
After Wednesday's shooting at a Florida High School, here's a quick look at the state's lax gun laws.
If it maintains it's current rate, the opioid crisis could cost an additional $500 billion by 2020.
A top lawyer for ICE in Seattle has been accused of identity fraud.
South Korea will pay cash-strapped North Korea's Olympic bills.
An Iranian official accused country's enemies of using a lizard to spy on them.
The UK government commissioned an artificial intelligence program to help detect ISIS propaganda videos.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan had tough remarks for the U.S. Tuesday ahead of a visit by Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.
North Koreans appear to be discussing a defection and not the Olympics.
Special forces are reportedly searching for the remains of Americans killed in Syria.
The record for number of people barred from owning a gun because of dishonorable discharge has increased since a Texas mass shooting last year.
Rodrigo Duterte told soldiers to shoot female rebels in the genitals
New York's Attorney General has effectively halted the sale of the Weinstein company.