The internet presents a new battlefield for the Afghan government as it prepares legislation to regulate and protect citizens online.
An Indian state is trying to fight a rampant heroin epidemic once fueled by the police.
The infectious disease famous for causing paralysis in the legs is on its way out, according to the WHO.
An excerpt from "All the Ways We Kill and Die," the forthcoming book by bestselling author Brian Castner.
From Scandinavian death marches to killer nor’easters.
The US has literally lost track of where many Afghan hospitals are, which could be disastrous.
The move comes amid a resource crunch and shifting targets.
On YouTube, “war porn” videos fetch millions of views. What are they doing to mental health?
We crunched key data behind the US military shipping thousands of defective gun parts to troops for years, and knowing about it.
The US military shipped thousands of defective gun parts to troops, and knew it for years.