Even celebrities known as ice queens are taking up the cold challenge sweeping social media. Not so Pamela Anderson, who used her nomination to condemn the ALS Association.
Continue reading Pamela Anderson Freezes Out Ice Challenge
The conviction of the man known as The Hatchet, infamous for filming himself torturing gay people, is good news. But the violence won’t end until homophobia stops being legal in Russia.
Continue reading Jail Won’t Stop Russia’s Anti-Gay Psycho
James Foley was executed in the most horrific way possible on video so the jihadists can prove they are fearsome knights of the caliphate.
Continue reading ISIS Thugs Behead American Journalist
For less than $400, the world could’ve known what transpired between Michael Brown and Officer Wilson.
Continue reading You Can Buy Body Cams for Ferguson P.D.
‘Last Week Tonight’ takes on police militarization
Continue reading Viral Vid: John Oliver on Ferguson
When a healthcare worker misread test results, it left the Halls with a daughter with a rare genetic syndrome. Now they’re suing.
Continue reading Parents Sue For ‘Wrongful Birth’
Police dismantle Al Jazeera America cameras, point them down
Continue reading Viral Vid: TV Crew Gassed in Ferguson
The longtime CNN anchor left the network last February to start a production company, Starfish Media Group, whose documentary The War Comes Home, about soldiers struggling coping with PTSD, aired Tuesday.
Continue reading Soledad O’Brien’s Next Chapter
On the third day of demonstrations over Michael Brown’s killing at the hands of police, one man did what no other protester could.
Continue reading Vet to Cops: ‘Go Ahead and Shoot Me’
William Schabas will look into allegations of war crimes despite vocal criticism of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Continue reading U.N. Gaza Inspector: I’m Not Anti-Israel
Here’s why you should listen to those protesters in front of churches
Continue reading Banished Catholic Priest Helps Abused
America’s rush to pressure Iraq’s political process may have backfired, analysts say—contributing to the crisis that threatens to tank the new government before it gets started.
Continue reading US Drove Iraq Politics to Breaking Point
These essays written by Iraqi students attending college in Kurdistan chronicle life in wartime for young people trying to study and survive in a country ripped apart by violence.
Continue reading My Non-First World Problems
The European Space Agency’s Rosetta probe is set to uncloak Comet 67P’s mysteries, along with possible clues to the origin of life on Earth.
Continue reading Comet Surfing on a Rocket
From its origins in east Asia to Flushing Meadows Queens, Dragon Boat races have gone global and corporate, pulling in all types from traders to triads.
Continue reading Bros Love Dragon Boats
With 2016 just around the corner, GOP presidential hopefuls turned out in droves at Iowa’s Family Leader conference.
Continue reading What I Saw at Iowa’s So-Co Circus
By striking ISIS in Iraq only a little bit, President Obama has again put American credibility on the line but with no plan to see the mission through, the hawkish senator says..
Continue reading McCain: Obama’s Strikes ‘Meaningless’