Algorithms that seek out hate speech on Facebook remove parts of the Declaration of Independence.
A black Democratic politician from Oregon says a woman called the police on her as she was canvassing.
From his home in Hangzhou, China, C.C. Tsai spoke about Sunzi, his own time in the military and what readers often misunderstand about “The Art of War.”
A musical about slavery featuring a largely white cast has been pulled from a festival after accusations of cultural appropriation.
People gather at celebrations across the US to celebrate 242 years since American independence.
Parody letters from a 'second civil war' flood Twitter after a warning from Infowars' Alex Jones.
A refugee girl will be allowed to leave an offshore detention center on Nauru to seek mental health care in Australia. But others are not getting the help they need, advocates say.
Footage shows the family carrying stools and wires used in the hangings into the house, police said.
A British cave diver who helped find a missing football coach and 12 boys has been honoured by Thai authorities.
Water is being pumped out of a flooded cave in Thailand in a bid to extract 12 boys and their football coach trapped inside.
Facebook's internal tools for flagging abusive content have mistaken the US Declaration of Independence for hate speech, according to reports.
The window to remove the boys from the cave before heavy rains bring more flooding is closing fast.
Aaron Gibbons died protecting his children during the attack in Nunavut, Canada's northernmost territory.
Mr. Dotcom, a New Zealand resident, has been accused of copyright infringement and money laundering tied to illegal downloads that generated tens of millions of dollars.
Several vehicles were damaged by "big globs" of tar that coated tyres, witnesses say.
The Darkness Fighters are the only team in Hong Kong’s annual Dragon Festival composed of blind rowers.
More than 2,000 women and children from Europe, the Mideast and the U.S. are being detained in sweltering camps — and no one knows what to do with them.
Being found alive is one thing - they have got to be got out alive as well.
There are only two northern white rhinos in the world but scientists say they could be closer than ever to preventing their extinction.
The internet mogul remains eligible for extradition to the US, a New Zealand Court of Appeal rules.
On an emotional day in October 1944, Mr. Fuchs sang Sabbath hymns at the first Jewish service to be broadcast on German soil since the rise of Hitler.
Far from enjoying a World Cup bounce, Mr Putin's ratings have gone down since the World Cup began.
India's government asks WhatsApp to do more to stop viral messages being blamed for lynchings.
In 1988 deaf students barricaded a deaf-only university in protest against the appointment of a new hearing president.
One of the corners of what used to be a Macy's store at a mall in Alexandria, Virginia, has become a temporary home to 60 homeless people.
The announcement by the Shabab prompted a flurry of mocking memes. Some called Shabab the first eco-friendly terrorist organization.
Legislation that aims to bring copyright laws in line with the digital age goes before European MPs.
What's life like when your name provokes shock, rudeness and awkward jokes across the Western world?
This symphony orchestra in Ghana is making new audiences 'fall in love with classical music'.
Chancellor Angela Merkel’s deal on migrants needs the support of Austria and Hungary, as well as the center-left Social Democrats in her governing coalition.
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