The latest episode of "Black Lightning" illustrates the inherent injustice of the criminal justice system.
Pope Francis called on young people not to to be silenced.
The palms used on the Sunday before Easter are all blessed and sometimes burned to be used the following Ash Wednesday.
Four decades ago, the Reverend Raymond Broshears armed his disciples to keep LGBT people safe from crooked cops and violent homophobes. Their name: the Lavender Panthers. The legacy of their triumphs and the tragedy of their defeats live on in America's culture wars.
The Kushner Companies received the $30 million from the insurance broker Menora Mivtachim, one of the Israel's largest financial institutions.
Pence wanted to raise awareness of the persecution of Christians in the Middle East, but the relocation of the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem has changed that.
Ambassador Ron Prosor says Israel and Saudi Arabia are becoming closer over their opposition to Iran.
Maj Gen Aziz Weysi Bani writes that the Trump administration has abandoned its Kurdish allies to the benefit of Iran and the forces of savagery.
The condition is more often associated with biblical stories than medical reports.
Harvard professor Lawrence Lessig says that if Trump cheated, Clinton deserves payback.
"There's this symbolism that's built in with eclipses about...things coming to a close," says one astrologer.
Mujtaba'a al-Sweikat was arrested at an airport in 2012 and may be facing imminent execution for participating in pro-democracy protests.
As Los Angeles burned, Rodney King wondered if we could get along. Twenty-five years later, we are still trying to answer that question.
Authorities say the former NFL star left behind three notes before taking his life—one to his fiancée, one to his daughter and a third to a prison boyfriend.
So far, the country's response to the frozen conflict has been clumsy, draconian and self-defeating—but building homes and schools could be the strategy Kiev needs.
The "Banksy of L.A." strikes again.