Kemboi won two Olympic gold and four world titles in the 3,000 meter steeplechase.
“The King” became the first man to retain the 800 meter Olympic title in 52 years.
John Anzrah allegedly gave urine in the name of one of his athletes.
The judge ordered the release of a man sentenced to 10 years for having sex with his cousin.
Opposition leader Raila Odinga accused the commission of pro-government bias.
The Kenyan opposition leader is backing Hillary Clinton for the U.S. presidency.
A majority of Kenyans also want their troops to be pulled out of neighboring Somalia.
Video footage appears to show Olomide kicking one of his female dancers.
The Israeli Prime Minister’s visit caused chaos on Nairobi’s roads.
Willie Kimani was found dead after defending a client alleging police brutality.
The Dadaab complex is the biggest refugee camp in the world, and Kenya wants it closed.
Public officials in Kenya have a history of using ethnic incitement for political gain.
“It’s the absolute opposite of what we were hoping for,” a Kenyan gay rights activist tells Newsweek.
One MP allegedly called for the assassination of opposition leader Raila Odinga.
Two men are challenging the use of anal examinations to determine their sexuality.
Moses Kuria allegedly called for the assassination of opposition leader Raila Odinga.
The power outage lasted four hours.
A Kenyan diplomat accused her Egyptian counterpart of making the remark at a U.N. meeting in Nairobi.
The 500 LGBT refugees living in Nairobi are putting their lives on hold until they can resettle in a place they are accepted.
Al-Shabab says its fighters killed five soldiers in the clashes, a claim Nairobi denies.
Protesters and police have clashed again in Nairobi.