Gurbaksh Chahal made millions before losing his business after a domestic violence dispute. Now he’s headed behind bars for 12 months.
Douma, Syria—Wounded children receive care at a makeshift hospital in the rebel-held town of Douma after an airstrike on September 12. The attack was blamed on government forces and came on the day a cease-fire brokered by Russia and the United States went into effect. A few days later, the truce appeared close to collapse after U.S. forces accidentally bombed Syrian army troops instead of an Islamic State (ISIS) target and following continuing violations by other parties in the conflict.Launch Slideshow 4 PHOTOS
The Trumps can sell the Trump Organization, or Donald Trump can be president. They cannot have both.
Like other issues surrounding prostitution and decriminalization, choosing whether to reveal one’s face online is a bigger concern for well-off escorts, while poor and marginalized prostitutes have other, more pressing worries.
In the name of counterterrorism, Moscow now mandates that people share their religious beliefs only at state-registered places of worship.
Only a handful of refugees try to enter Hungary before being turned back, and Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has promised to reinforce the border fence he ordered built last year.
Thousands of Kenyans no longer need to wait hours in line at banks to pay their water bills.
The shutdown of a major New York subway line could be a huge disaster—but an even bigger opportunity.
More than 30 years ago, Keith Haring painted a three-story mural in a Catholic youth center in Manhattan. Now, its future is unclear.
A first peek at the new Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology (MAAT) in Lisbon, through the eyes of its architect.
Grudges gone wild.
Oliver Stone’s Edward Snowden biopic aims to humanize the infamous NSA leaker—and show the vast reach of the programs he and others exposed.