Students at the University of Ottawa ban yoga fearing cultures where the exercise may be offended by the "cultural appropriation," and be reminded of the evils of imperialism.
Insisting it didn't break the law, the first school district facing a federal order to change its discriminatory policies toward transgender students says it had not ruled out the possibility of fighting the decision in court.
HOH wraps every song, tear and fashion insult from fmr. Speaker John A. Boehners career into this bonus look-back edition of Congressional Hits and Misses.
Clinton's renewed efforts to reach out to younger female voters indicate it may be a demographic the campaign is struggling with.
The company behind the Keystone XL project has asked to suspend its permit application with US authorities due to a dispute in Nebraska, pushing the pipeline decision into next president's term
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry sought on Tuesday to reassure the rulers of Tajikistan and Turkmenistan that Washington remained committed to Central Asia's security, even though it is withdrawing troops from neighboring Afghanistan.
The Republican presidential candidates are revolting!
Florida executed a man on Thursday who was convicted of fatally stabbing his young daughter, his ex-wife and two of her relatives in a jealous rampage 30 years ago.
Bloombergs Tom Keene and Editor-In-Chief Emeritus Matthew Winkler discuss China's move away from the three-decades-old policy of limiting couples to one child.
The study suggests that screening and early detection are not preventing the most dangerous form of that disease.
Fiorina: People in Iowa and New Hampshire want to shake your hand and look you in their eye and have you in their living room, have you in their high school gymnasium. We just need to remember that in the end voters win elections.
Albuquerque Police Department Officer Daniel Webster died from his injuries at the University of New Mexico Hospital early Thursday, the department has confirmed.
A US appeals court has refused to immediately end a governmental data collection program managed by the NSA.
Paul Ryan's first inclination was to jam them. He was so wary of the modern speakership and the political climate in the House that Ryan said he wouldn't run for the chamber's top job unless he could exact a number of concessions from the conservative rank and file.
In one of the most memorable lines of the night, Senator Ted Cruz lambasted the debate moderators for prompting candidates to take swipes at each other while ignoring a number of major issues.
During the third 2015 GOP debate, Floridians Jeb Bush and Sen. Marco Rubio disagree over a Sun Sentinel editorial calling out Rubio on his poor congressional attendance record.