A new study offers an in-depth analysis of the 219,000 women incarcerated in the U.S. to find out why they are locked up in different confinement systems.
"I urge everyone to be hospitable, kind, not to beat anyone, if you know the English language, help the tourists," said Alexander Yaroshuk, head of Kaliningrad.
While it's too soon to predict if Trump will be found guilty, here are some key elements of the Mueller probe.
Everything's big in the Lone Star state—including this alleged theft.
As Donald Trump continues to recklessly handle North Korea, a humanitarian crisis in the South American nation could pose a larger problem for the U.S.
Green indicated that his colleagues needed more time to read his proposal.
Puerto Rico Senator Abel Nazario tells Newsweek the island is struggling with a lack of electricity.
The State Department will make an official announcement as early as Tuesday, according to several sources familiar with the matter.
Tom Price has resigned and will be succeeded by Don Wright, a disease prevention official.
Zinke becomes the fourth senior member of the Trump administration who has used private planes at the expense of taxpayers, Politico reported.
A data breach at drive-in food chain Sonic compromised the security of credit cards from up to 5 million customers. Why is this still happening?
Venezuelan doctors face a host of economic woes, forcing female professionals to become prostitutes.
Almost 1.32 million disposable bottles were not purchased on an annual basis, thanks to the Obama-era policy.
Russian hackers attempted to scan Wisconsin's election infrastructure to find access to voter registration databases.
Kelly Roberts, first lady Melania Trump's pick to be U.S. ambassador to her homeland of Slovenia, withdrew her name from consideration for the position.