The latest figures, released by Inquest, reveal there have been 229 deaths in British prisons since the beginning of 2015.
Some UK residents have become flood casualties for the third time since 2005.
British spy agency MI5 has offered Muslims prizes in exchange for spying on their communities.
An operating license for the Belo Monte Dam has been approved despite evidence the project may harm the lives and health of indigenous communities.
“There is no shortage of countries bombing Syria.” But there is a shortage of countries offering peaceful options.
The World Trade Organization’s push to ban the US’ labeling of dolphin-safe tuna provides us with a window into America’s dark future with the TPP.
Edward Snowden has a problem with the UK’s push for mass surveillance, and he’s taken to Twitter to air his grievances.
The Mexican Supreme Court ruled that cannabis prohibition “violates the right to free development of one’s personality.”
Indonesia is burning, literally, one of the worst environmental and humanitarian disasters of our era, though you likely haven’t heard about it on TV.