Algeria's eldest statesman will resign in late April as political tensions rise.
To quote the the female rapper about this situation, "Be careful with me".
If the march opened just one person’s blind eyes, it was all worth standing in the rain for my sisters.
Ghana's oldest public university is taking down an icon due to his own racism against Black Africans.
Seriously, this is legit real and not a brand new season of American Horror Story.
Lady, you are far from the shallow now, and we might just join you.
A young 22-year old Florida girl is being held in detention while studying abroad in the Jewish state.
The final vote on Kavanaugh could come as early as this weekend, and these women are not backing down.
"It’s a burden to have to walk around and be scared all the time."
They're on that Christian college trend.
Protests over the removal of a confederate statue at UNC Chapel Hill on Monday come to a head this Saturday.
Fans can rejoice as spots may return to just being sports.
One year after the race-fueled violence in Charlottesville, Va. -- white supremacists' are producing an encore.
Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman made the decision to free the officers of any criminal charges.
How the United States and the IMF influenced the government corruption that led to a week of street protests around Haiti.
The participants in the world cup protest have been arrested and refused counsel since Monday.
Feminist activists and punk band make a statement about police impunity by running onto the field at World Cup final.
Papa John's is on the search for a new face.
The Irish Parliament may boycott goods and services from the Israeli settlements occupying Palestine.
A woman climbed the base of the Statue of Liberty on the Fourth of July to protest migrant family separations
A petition and crowdfunding campaign have succeeded and the giant baby will fly next week.
Students, staff and the Portland community come together to protest the death of a Navy veteran.
Deep and visceral sense of outrage motivating thousands to protest.
69 million people fled war, violence and persecution this past year, including 25.4 million refugees and 10 million stateless.
"The last thing we need is a simulated training on school shootings," said Andrew Pollack.
The Granite State makes a huge step towards criminal justice reform.
Meet the youngest person ever to run for U.S. president.
The Evergreen State is going to compete in the healthcare insurance market.
Controversies ranging from racism to assault plague UNLV.