Salman Abedi made apparent he sought revenge for US bombs taking innocent lives in Syria, and his attack is the prime example of the dangers of blowback.
Lamb of God frontman Randy Blythe will join the Standing Rock Sioux water protectors, and donate much needed winter supplies.
Every cop in this town's police department has abandoned their duty and yet the town has not descended into total chaos.
Kim Dotcom, wanted in the US for alleged widespread illegal file sharing, has vowed to build an alternative internet to combat privacy and freedom problems online.
As a growing number of people wake up to the extent of corruption, sharing disinformation can be dangerous. Here's how NOT to do that.
In a decisive victory for Native American rights, a federal judge just ordered an energy company to completely remove a natural gas pipeline.
Hemp has the potential to be used in more than 25,000 products, which may explain why the federal government has wrongfully kept it classified as a Schedule 1 drug.
Rap superstar and Senegal transplant, Akon gave a proposal to the US government to restore power to Puerto Rico in just 30 days. They turned him down and many people are still without power five months later.
Proving the notion that deranged lunatics hell bent on taking innocent lives will carry out their demented plans with or without guns, Canada's deadliest mass killing in decades was conducted with a van.
A Tennessee cop was fired—not for beating or killing someone—but for speaking out against the tyrannical nature of window tint laws.