At a conference focused on rebuilding Syria, experts doubt change will ever be possible under the current regime.
Back in 1999, Aaron Glasscock was just 22-years-old and two months shy of graduating from college when he was sentenced to 30 years in federal prison for a nonviolent drug offense: conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute cocaine. Nearly 20 years later, Glasscock is out of prison, as his sentence was commuted by President Barack Obama.
What rights do we have, if any, in that no-man’s-land between the plane and the international arrivals exit?
Journalist Sean Williams stumbled upon the Filipino president's keyboard army after tweeting about the violent war on drugs in the Philippines.
So, Americans are outraged that Russia may have attempted to interfere in US elections. From Italy to Guatemala, Indonesia to Afghanistan, people ask, "so, how does it feel?"
An election recount gets underway this week in Wisconsin, while Jill Stein pushes to get recounts started in Michigan and Pennsylvania as well.
President-elect Donald Trump has said he wants to cut off federal funding for "sanctuary cities," but a number of mayors are openly condemning that plan.
The agency's budget is now more than 50 percent dedicated to fighting forest fires, which takes away from what the agency could do for preservation and recreation.
Government officials say Flint's tap water is finally safe enough for showering and washing hands — which is a step forward, but still not safe enough for drinking.