The country has no explicit laws against homosexual acts. That's why its courts used a 1951 law—one originally intended to prevent prostitution—to jail men for participating in a gay wedding.
Governor Chris Christie pushes back after a nurse says she was treated like "a criminal."
Twenty-five banks have failed the test. Administrators say it will pinpoint vulnerabilities, but some analysts aren't so sure.
As of today, the number of people who live in states where same-sex marriage is recognized is more or less the same as the number of people who don't oppose it.
With the help of 22 U.S. airstrikes, Iraqi and peshmerga forces say they have retaken key locations in Iraq's north and south.
A campaign to halt an Iranian woman's execution was ultimately unsuccessful.
The UN warns that the rising number of death sentences in the country's courts fuels sectarian violence—and empowers ISIS.
A Russian tennis official referred to the Williams "brothers." He's now in tennis purgatory and $25,000 poorer.
A much-discussed report from the Catholic Church's synod on the family turned out to be very different in its final form.
A former NSA head has recruited one of his underlings for his lucrative cybersecurity firm—but that underling still works for the agency.
One Texas judge says the new law could keep 600,000 mostly black and Latino voters from the polls.
During a weekend of protests two months after Michael Brown's death, clergy members speak out for unity and repentance.
In its English-language magazine, the organization issues a religious justification for its treatment of the Yazidis.
The latest evidence in the Boston-Marathon-bombing trial
As a Dallas nurse contracts the virus, John McCain is calling on the Obama administration to name an Ebola "czar."
Dilma Rousseff led Sunday's polls but faces a surprise challenger in the next round.
As U.S.-led strikes continue in Syria, the leader of the Nusra Front promises revenge.
Tens of thousands of pro-democracy protesters clashed with police, who fired tear gas and charged the crowd with batons.
A Ferguson police officer was shot Saturday night, further raising tensions between police and citizens.
After being trapped under a tractor that left him in critical condition since Tuesday, the former congressman passed away Saturday.