H.R. 620, misleadingly named the “ADA Education and Reform Act,” would significantly roll back the civil rights advances made by the bipartisan Americans with Disabilities Act.
Iceland has been known as a female-friendly country for decades, having topped the World Economic Forum’s report on gender equality for nine years. But is it a paradise for women?
Russia's media watchdog blocked the website of opposition leader Alexei Navalny after he posted a video alleging a deputy prime minister enjoyed lavish hospitality from a billionaire…
Egyptian police arrested on Wednesday a leading government critic and party leader Abdel Moneim Abul Fotouh.
The Moroccan parliament on Wednesday, after months of heated debate, adopted a law first drafted five years ago to combat violence against women.
New regulations are springing up in Poland as the country's ruling right-wing party continues to reform the judiciary system.
The French presidency has asked reporters to leave the press room inside the Elysee Palace and move down the street, in a move criticized by the media.
The first aid convoy since November entered the Syrian rebel enclave of Eastern Ghouta on Wednesday, after more than 250 civilians were killed last week.
A Russian court on Tuesday sentenced a law student writing a thesis on countering radicalism to two and a half years in prison for reposting "extremist" images online.
The far-right Freedom Party (FPOe) announced Tuesday a bid to clean up its pro-Nazi image by appointing a committee of historians to look into its history.