What does the historic vote on same-sex marriage in New York mean for the rest of the country? Will it play a role if and when the U.S.
In a barebones basement office in Buffalo, New York, Katie Campos, an education activist, is plotting a revolution.
The global war against drugs is fought seemingly every day in the jungles of Colombia and the mountains of the Hindu Kush, the inner cities of the U.S. and the trafficking corridors of Central America.
By lifting its 13-week martial law decree on Wednesday, Bahrain’s government meant to signal the end of a violent crackdown against its Shi’ite opposition and show a nervous international business community that normality had been restored in the embattled island nation.
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One of the big problems plaguing law-enforcement officers dealing with narcotics addicts is how to determine quickly and conclusively whether a suspect is or is not on drugs. Most seasoned addicts are expert at concealing needle marks
The financial crises and recession of recent years left no part of the global economy unscathed, and that includes the rarified legal field, which has seen revenues drop 10% at U.S. firms since 2008.
Alta Jacko is the mother of eight children. She is also an ordained priest in the Roman Catholic Church.
New York — U.S. law enforcement officials have found a manual on the operation of cropdusting equipment while searching suspected terrorist hideouts, government sources tell TIME magazine in an issue out on Monday, Sept
Six years ago, Luz Cuevas heard an explosion upstairs in her house and ran into her 10-day-old daughter’s bedroom. The baby had vanished