The Washington Post, National Public Radio, and a number of other influential media groups have filed a court brief supporting Google's effort to keep a controversial film online, joining a fight over actors' rights and what constitutes censorship.
A Polish MP is working as a handyman in London as he tries to find out why so many young Poles come to the UK.Artur Debski believes learning from UK strengths can help Poland tackle its "dangerous" emigration problem.
Indians traditionally hoard gold in the belief it will bring financial security. Twelve bars of gold have been recovered from the stomach of a businessman in the Indian capital, Delhi, a surgeon treating him has said.
The Obama administration said Friday that it is giving federal agencies more time to assess a proposed trans-national pipeline, likely keeping a decision about the controversial Keystone XL project from being made anytime soon.
Inmates in at least one Alabama correctional facility are planning a prison-wide work stoppage that threatens to bring production to a halt over pay and court conditions, according to an inmate who spoke to reporters from his cell.
US special forces have been committing suicide at record levels for the last two years, the head of the US Special Operations Command (SOCom) admitted in a speech on Thursday. He blamed the high numbers on the length and difficulty of combat.
A US judge presiding over Guantanamo Bay inmate trials has ordered the CIA to provide information on how a detainee there was treated. The move is a major step toward transparency as legal authorities prepare to prosecute suspected terrorists.
In 'Snakes and Ladders' playwright Sarah Naomi Lee brings three Mixed race sisters as they prepare for a family wedding. Fierce Love and Fiercer Rivalries ensue as a stranger arrives and suddenly the sisters aren't so sure of their roles.
It is the day when Christians commemorate Jesus Christ's crucifixion. So why is it called Good Friday? According to the Bible, the son of God was flogged, ordered to carry the cross on which he would be crucified and then put to death.
One of the most remarkable wildlife interactions that I have come across in my time. The photographs are amazing, but it's the touching behaviour of the animals involved that makes this story so unique.
The government's decision on Friday to continue research whaling in the northwestern Pacific for fiscal 2014 reflects domestic voices demanding that the government protect "Japan's whaling culture," but the decision is likely to trigger stronger protests
The imprisoned bear holds her powerful paw up to the metal bars of her tomb-like cage to greet the visitor peering in. It is a remarkably gentle reaction from an animal being made to suffer the most horrific abuse at the hands of man.