New Zealand officials admitted Wednesday that they made a mistake by allowing the man accused of killing 51 people at two Christchurch mosques to send a hand-written letter from his prison cell.
It is impossible to predict when the economy will slow down and enter a recession. We do know it will eventually happen, though.
Bullet-resistant backpacks for kids are now available, but critics argue they are using tragedy as a marketing opportunity and exploiting parents' worst fears.
A Norwegian man suspected of killing his stepsister and then storming an Oslo mosque with guns appeared in court Monday with a smirk on his bruised face.
Portland police are mobilizing to prevent clashes between out-of-state far-right groups and the homegrown anti-fascists who oppose them.
One of the world's busiest airports canceled all flights after thousands of Hong Kong pro-democracy protesters crowded into the main terminal Monday afternoon.
The ease by which state-sponsored cyberattacks can be launched on targets thousands of miles from home is a game-changer.
A bomb-laden vehicle exploded Saturday outside a shopping mall in Libya's eastern city of Benghazi, killing at least three U.N. staff members, a spokesman for the United Nations secretary-general said.
The apparent suicide of Jeffrey Epstein has brought new scrutiny to a federal jail in New York that, despite chronic understaffing, houses some of the highest-security inmates in the country.
The number of migrants encountered by U.S. authorities at the southern border has dropped below 100,000 for the first time in five months.