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After the naming of Islamic State's masked henchman, his alleged extreme violence gives an urgent note to the efforts to understand who he is and where he came from.
A scathing report from the House of Lords accused Britain and other EU members of 'sleep-walking into the current crisis.'
The computer scientist portrayed in 'The Imitation Game' was posthumously pardoned for homosexual acts. His family and supporters want the royal family to do the same for the thousands of others convicted under the country’s former 'gross indecency' laws.
Security is heightened at malls from Minnesota to Paris but officials see no sign of attack plans.
Propaganda urges fighters to pose as migrants to cause 'pandemonium' in Europe.
In the US material support for terrorism is banned. But in Britain, even social media posts and T-shirts can be foul play.
Wait, but don't ladies like pink?
It’s cost over $15 million to keep cops watching the Ecuadorean Embassy in London where the wanted WikiLeaker has holed up for nearly three years.
If only the Brits didn't find him so awkward.
Which is great, because his disability won't allow him to talk anyway.
If the bill becomes law, the UK will become the world’s first country to legalize the creation of embryos using DNA from three different people.
American football mulls a franchise abroad.
Point 1: Anything can happen.
Analysis: France even has a vaguely worded law against 'association with wrongdoers' that lets authorities jail people whose actions assist a terrorist, whether they knew it or not.
Does France need a First Amendment? After the attack on a French satirical paper that relentlessly flexes its freedom of expression, here's a look at rights in Europe.
It’s a dilemma editors worldwide are grappling with after the fatal shooting at the Paris office of the satirical French newspaper.
Britain grapples with its own role in the torture and detention of terror suspects.
But it is hilarious.
Sex industry workers say new internet porn restrictions don't make sense.
The US government sees Americans as 'the enemy' and other common sense advice in the Snowden era.