Four U.S. aid workers and two national workers were arrested in Zimbabwe for medical licensing issues.
One of three detained hikers in Iran is set to be freed today, provided her family gives the government $500,000 for bail.
Julio Diaz found himself in the position of many New Yorkers when he was robbed at knifepoint. But his response was not ordinary.
We’re teaming up with ACT:S to End Malaria to put on a FREE concert with Josh Garrels on September 17th.
Twelve American soldiers face charges for being involved in a secret kill team in Afghanistan that’s accused of killing civilians and taking their fingers as trophies.
BP has released a report about the Gulf Oil Spill, saying that there were a number of failures from several different parties.
The UN, and NGO and two private sector companies have launched a new service that lets anyone with a mobile phone access a directory of refugees and displaced persons.
Craigslist has shut down its adult services section, responding to calls for its closure. Many voiced opposition to the section because of its ties to trafficking and prostitution.
Flood waters in Pakistan are finally beginning to recede, though observers say that water levels are still much higher than normal.
Hundreds of Somalis have evacuated the capital city of Mogadishu as fighting between the government and rebel forces entered its fourth day.
Attorneys general in 17 states have called on Craigslist to discontinue the adult services section of its site.
Flooding in Pakistan continues to affect millions of people in the country. Flood waters are rising in the southern part of the country, which had so far escaped the worst of it.
A new report suggests that police officers in New Orleans were given orders to shoot looters and given authorization to use deadly force to take the city back.
A federal judge has issued a temporary injunction to halt the increase of federal funding for embryonic stem cell research.
Well, finally some good news from Pakistan. Even though 14 million people have now been affected by the flooding, the UN estimates that it has gotten 70% of donations needed to confront the disaster.