India has a large market for mobile phones, and while access has spread to the rural areas, some say that requiring extra features on the phone may increase the cost of the phones, making them unaffordable to some women.
Sambo, a female Asian elephant in her early 40s, died outside of Angkor Wat on Friday after giving rides in high temperatures. Critics are pointing to the death as yet another reason to regulate the industry.
Job No. 1 for this alliance is to get Kasich voters to support Cruz in the Indiana primary. Yet the Ohio governor seems to think it's time for subtlety on that point.
The teens mother has requested that the school revers its policy in what may be the first test of an April 19 federal court ruling that declared barring transgender students from using the bathroom of their choice to be a violation of Title IX.
More than 18 months after 43 aspiring young teachers were abducted, Mexicans have no answers as to their fate. For many, the case is a litmus test for the country's commitment to justice.
The California Assembly approved a ban on tobacco products, including smokeless ones, on public university and community college campuses.
A year after the death of Freddie Gray sparked unrest, the city's Democratic mayoral primary features a slew of mainstream candidates and a Black Lives Matter activist.
A Supreme Court decision has been hailed as a step toward ending the human rights violations at Australia's remote detention centers, though Australia shows no signs it will officially end the program.
The hope is that the inmates will pass their knowledge on to friends and bring lessons to a wider environment, says a member of a child abuse prevention group in Indiana.
Gannett Company went public with its bid to buy Tribune Publishing Monday after the company didn't respond to the offer. What could a hostile takeover mean for Tribune news?
It could be thousands of years before people are able to return to the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone to live. On Tuesday, Ukrainians took a moment to look back and honor those who sacrificed themselves to help in a time of crisis.
Yes, the media like to focus on the outrageous things Donald Trump says. He did again Tuesday. But hidden in the bluster are some surprising policy nuggets.
The original 'corrupt bargain' in 1824 kept another populist out of the White House, though he got his revenge. This time, it's targeting Donald Trump.
A new study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention suggests that teens are particularly susceptible to digital advertisements for electronic cigarettes.
US District Judge Thomas Schroeder acknowledged the state's 'shameful past discrimination' but found little evidence to suggest identification requirement substantially impacted the ability of minorities to vote.