When unarmed civilians are killed, questions arise over how law enforcement officers are trained to deploy deadly force.
Bill de Blasio's sweeping victory doesn't mean the country's largest city wants to turn back time.
"I can't do anything else but apologize."
Voters will decide whether or not they want Harris County to put up $217 million in bonds to turn it into a convention facility.
Ford has just admitted using the drug to journalists inside City Hall.
He also prefers phone calls to Twitter.
A new study offers two answers: White people are making up a smaller percentage of the population than they used to, and different races are living in different school districts.
Miami Beach and Minneapolis are neck-and-neck for "most entertaining" mayoral campaign season.
Two similar candidates have very different thoughts on whether the city should go through with the project.
In Peru, there's no shortage of discussion about Mario Vargas Llosa's The Discreet Hero.
How do you campaign to be in charge of nothing?
Blame climate change, and the pesky Ardes aegypti mosquito.
You'd think a video showing Rob Ford smoking crack cocaine would put his approval rating in the basement. Not in Canada!
A new report suggests that governors may have passed on the trains so Obama wouldn't "win."
Tsunamis and tremors reached multiple continents; Portugal's biggest city was thrown into chaos.
The fate of the controversial policy now rests with New York's next mayor.
Is government intrusion into what we eat, drink, and smoke the future of public health?
"I'm disappointed," says Toronto Police Chief William Blair.
France is supposed to be implementing a sweeping law similar to the Americans with Disability Act, and the capital is utterly unprepared.