One of the world's largest basic-income trials, a 2-year program in Finland, was a major flop. But experts say the test was flawed.
Two years after Finland launched a basic-income trial for unemployed residents, many of the recipients remained jobless.
At least 34 are dead after a fire ripped through a building in a New Delhi market
Fire Services chief Atul Garg said the blaze was put out by 25 fire trucks and the rescue operation completed.
Authorities are reportedly investigating whether the Pensacola Navy base gunman posted anti-American tweets before the deadly shooting
The Twitter account had reportedly criticized American foreign policy, calling the US a "nation of evil" and echoing the words of Osama Bin Laden.
Former Rep. Katie Hill says the wave of harassment she faced after alleged revenge porn leak left her contemplating suicide
Former Rep. Katie Hill now says that she has "to keep going forward, and be part of the fight to create the change" to protect young women.
Pensacola shooting victim saved 'countless lives' during attack, brother says
Joshua Kaleb Watson, an Alabama native and Naval Academy graduate was identified as one of the victims of the Naval Air Station Pensacola shooting.