As revelations continue to surface about the British Prime Minister's tax affairs, protestors took to the streets of London today to demand David Cameron's resignation.
The amount of data we're producing is rapidly increasing, and governments are desperate to access it. But where should the line be drawn between security and privacy?
There's an election happening in the U.S. right now, but what exactly is a primary? What makes a delegate super? And what does it all mean?
Over one hundred student nurses descended on the Department of Health in London this afternoon to hold a die-in to mark the number of nursing, midwifery and healthcare students set to be lost thanks to government cuts, and to protest the way the Tories are killing the NHS.
A new report finds 1,000 people were executed in Iran last year, while executions in Pakistan were at the highest level ever recorded.
Racial justice campaigners are willing to be arrested to stop his hate-filled rallies.
Protestors stripped naked at drug company Gilead's London HQ this afternoon to expose the profit before patient attitude that is costing millions of lives.
New research by Amnesty International finds Turkish authorities are forcing Syrian refugees back to the war-torn country, breaking EU and international law.
With questions still being raised about what substances will be banned under the new laws, the controversial Psychoactive Substances Act has been delayed.
After passing discriminatory legislation, the North Carolina Governor finds himself facing an intense backlash from campaigners, businesses and peers alike.
The National Health Service announced last week it wouldn't provide the lifesaving HIV prevention drug, PrEP, to Brits in need. Campaigners are understandably angry.
Organised by Amnesty International, the stunt saw fake missiles paraded around Parliament to protest British arms sales.