A gun range in Arkansas is stirring up controversy across the United States after it banned Muslims from using the establishment following alleged complaints over "Allah Akbar" ringtones belonging to Islamic customers with poor English skills.
Oklahoma announced that more sedatives and less media, among other measures, are part of the state's new protocol for capital punishment after a botched execution in April left an inmate writhing in pain before dying 43 minutes after a lethal injection
Research compiled by BBC News shows women are under-represented in many of Britain's top jobs - from the boardroom and the courtroom, to politics and policing. But do they only have themselves to blame?
Journalists like their stories to fit into an accepted current narrative. With domestic politics dominated by concerns over Europe and immigration, and the rise of the far-right elsewhere in the EU, it is understandable that editors are alert to evidence
One of TV's most loved game shows is being heavily criticized over a recent category: "What Women Want." Many answered: "What is sexist?"
Rather than focus on serious topics like equal rights or significant achievements of women, the new section was
South African National Parks plans to auction rhinos this year as part of a plan to create protected populations of the endangered animals away from the Kruger National Park, an area the size of Israel where they are being poached.
The Guardian's picture editors bring you a selection of the best photographs from around the world, including the Hajj pilgrimage, the fight against Ebola, the protests in Hong Kong on China's National Day, and the Dussehra festival in India
WHAT A TOUGH WAY TO GET TO SCHOOL!! Thes photos show how some kids face a very tough way in getting to school. These children deserve special admiration for their devotion to education. Our kids & grandkids don't realise how easy they have things!!
Nearly 3,000 people have been trafficked for slavery and exploitation in the UK, according to a new report produced from the National Crime Agency (NCA), with the internet being one of the biggest drivers in proliferating abuse.
A New York postman hoarded as many as 40,000 pieces of undelivered mail in his home, car and work locker over nine years, prosecutors have said. Joseph Brucato, 67, was arrested on Wednesday after a supervisor saw undelivered post in his personal car,