Same-sex marriage is now a national right, but advocates for transgender detainees under U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement are pushing for further reform.
The vast majority of teams from the four major professional sports leagues in the United States stayed curiously silent after Friday’s landmark same-sex marriage ruling.
Dozens are dead on Friday after attacks on a beach resort in Tunisia, a mosque in Kuwait, and a factory in France.
Ahead of a key summit, U.S. policy in Asia appears to be adrift.
The compassion expressed by relatives of the victims in Charleston offers a stark contrast with Dylann Roof’s hateful manifesto, discovered on Saturday.
The death of the country’s 87-year-old king—who was hospitalized on Friday—could precipitate a major political crisis.
U.S. schools are welcoming more and more international students, but this trend has brought challenges.
The country’s political dysfunction has undermined all efforts to build an effective fighting force.
The brilliant mathematician, who died in a car accident on Sunday, was best known for his struggle with mental illness.
No police officers will serve time for the November 2012 shooting death of two unarmed black civilians.
Only 22 years after decriminalizing homosexuality, the country becomes the first in the world to approve marriage equality by popular vote.
Hundreds of Burma’s Rohingya Muslims remain adrift at sea—and nobody wants to take them.
The Islamic State takeover of a major Sunni city in Iraq was followed by reports that Shiite militias were gathering to take it back.
Mohammed Morsi’s death sentence highlights the country’s reversion to old-fashioned authoritarian rule.
Xi Jinping’s appearance at Vladimir Putin’s side at the Victory Parade in Moscow signifies a deepened relationship based on a common adversary: the United States.
But the devastation wrought by the disease will require a long recovery.
The country's weak government is hampering relief efforts.
The "Fight of the Century" between Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather, Jr. did not come close to matching the hype.
Political gridlock and substandard infrastructure left the country particularly vulnerable to devastation.
The social network activated its new "Safety Check" service after Saturday's tragic earthquake.