Recent climate-change projections have put some new cities in the crosshairs
Gynecologist Dr. Jen Gunter told Newsweek products which claim to tighten the vagina are "medically harmful and playing off patriarchal tropes."
At least 12 people have traveled from the school to the Middle East to fight for ISIS.
Indonesian police on Tuesday (Aug 15) arrested five suspected militants near the capital Jakarta.
The religious groups' opposition to Starbucks came after a video of company chairman Howard Schultz making pro-LGBT comments circulated online.
The four men had been jailed on drug and fraud charges.
The Christian governor Ahok has been jailed for two years on the "flimsiest of charges," writes historian Carool Kersten.
In Indonesia's capital, an estimated 1,000 people showed their support for the Christian Ahok, who has been sentenced to two years in prison.
The governor lost his bid for re-election in an April run-off to a Muslim rival and will hand over power in October.
The Christian incumbent Ahok was accused of blasphemy after a doctored video of a speech he made went viral.
The incumbent governor is currently on trial for insulting the Koran.
Police said the family left Indonesia to join ISIS in Turkey.
A man wearing a shirt bearing the word "jihad" threw Molotov cocktails at a church Sunday.
The man threw two explosive devices at police officers in a town near Jakarta.
It comes as the government continues to diminish rights for the LGBT community in Indonesia.
The "proliferation of the LGBT movement" is not allowed in the most populous Muslim country.
Indonesia's top security minister said security forces killed the feared militant on Monday.
Authorities have made three arrests since the militant group's first-ever attack on Indonesia.
Police identified Bahrun Naim as the mastermind behind the attack that killed two civilians.
In their sixth debate, expect the Republicans to discuss the economy, immigration and North Korea.
Two Australians and one Brazilian among eight traffickers executed as Australia says it will recall ambassador to Jakarta.
Jakarta resists international pressure and orders executions of drug traffickers, including two Australians, to proceed.