"We are scared. For all of us, not only you," a Syrian doctor says of a potential Donald Trump presidency
From broken-seal blood samples to those deleted voicemails, the Netflix show's top unanswered questions
Raif Badawi has been publicly flogged for running a blog that "insult[s] Islam"
From Obama's birth certificate to Megyn Kelly's menses, Trump has picked more than a few fights in his day
Rising sea levels, earthquake threats and more reasons the world as we know it might be ending
Authorities shut down a virtual concert citing unspecified threats to public safety, but the real threat may be to the First Amendment
Experts warn of risks to private data after attack on adultery site
Mexican drug kingpin once came so close to being caught that his coffee was reportedly still warm when authorities arrived
What happens when a California start-up offers monthly subscriptions for medical weed delivery?
Bureaucratic complications surrounding refugees from the Syrian civil war are creating a generation of stateless people
Despite an alarming history of human rights abuses, the U.S. is poised to send a huge amount of firepower to Pakistan's military
Military charges against the former Afghanistan prisoner inspire a round of sadly predictable responses
Despite the official end of the U.S. war in Afghanistan, our involvement goes on
Mustafa Hawsawi's attorney discusses his client's brutal injuries by CIA torturers
The 'Forever War' continues in Pakistan and Yemen even as public focus shifts to Iraq