Did Dublin gangsters try to fool police by pretending to kill in the name of a united Ireland?
New York City—NYPD officer Peter Liang reacts on February 11 as a guilty verdict is read during his manslaughter and official misconduct trial for fatally shooting an unarmed black man, Akai Gurley, in a darkened public housing stairwell in 2014. The verdict meant the rookie cop was automatically fired from his job and could face up to 15 years in jail. Nationwide, outrage over police shootings and interactions with minority communities has spurred protest and turned the Black Lives Matter movement into a presidential campaign issue.Launch Slideshow 4 PHOTOS
As Japan resorts to negative interest rates and stocks tumble, China must be worried that it’s on the same economic track.
Russia’s intervention in Syria has proved decisive, and even the Kurds are turning to Moscow.
With infectious diseases, money and manpower goes where there’s a need.
A new Chinese missile designed to destroy an aircraft carrier from 900 miles away may demand a change in U.S. military strategy.
Researchers observed how cockroaches navigate confined spaces and used what they found to build a palm-sized robot they say could crawl through rubble at disaster sites to find survivors.
Shooting electricity into your brain could have the reverse effect on cognitive aging.
In the Rio Grande Valley, the barrier erected to keep out illegal immigrants is imperiling rare and endangered animal species.
More skyscrapers are being built now than ever before.
We all need a lot more Mavis Staples in our lives and ears.
A photographer embedded with New York's infamous biker crew witnessed the infighting, gentrification and raid that caused the group's way of life to fade.