A London judge has ordered WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to appear before a court in February 2020 to face a full ...
As many as 2 million protesters took to the streets of Hong Kong Sunday demanding the withdrawal of a bill that would allow ...
Web-only conversation with James Goodale, former general counsel of The New York Times. In 1971, he urged the paper to ...
Former Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi, 67, died Monday after collapsing while in a glass cage inside a Cairo courtroom. The Muslim Brotherhood leader was elected in 2012 in Egypt’s first, and still ...
Amid mounting tensions with Iran, acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan announced the U.S. is sending an additional 1,000 troops to the region in a defensive capacity. The Pentagon released new ...
The documentary “16 Shots” examines the 2014 murder of African-American teenager Laquan McDonald in Chicago and the attempt by the city’s police department to cover up the events. McDonald, who was 17 ...
Tensions between the U.S. and Iran are again ratcheting up as the Trump administration accused Iran of orchestrating an ...
Back in the United States, in a decision that could have a significant impact for upcoming state-wide elections in Virginia, the Supreme Court rejected an appeal Monday by Republican state lawmakers ...
In California, the war crimes trial for Navy SEALs Special Operations Chief Edward Gallagher opened Monday. Gallagher is accused of shooting unarmed civilians in Iraq and of killing a wounded captive ...
In New York, immigrant rights activists are celebrating after Governor Andrew Cuomo signed into law a bill allowing undocumented residents to obtain driver’s licenses. The bill overturns a nearly ...
Attorney Lea Tsemel has defended Palestinian political prisoners in Israeli courts for nearly half a century, insisting on ...
Meanwhile, Trump tweeted Monday that Immigration and Customs Enforcement would begin removing “millions” of undocumented people from the U.S. as of next week, writing, “Next week ICE will begin the ...