Iranian riot police fired warning shots into the air in order to disperse crowds gathered to mark the 10-year anniversary of demonstrations gone bad at Tehran University.
U.S. Marshals are reporting that their Operation FALCON has netted over 35,000 arrests of fugitives nationwide. Authorities also cracked down on dog fighting with a seven-state sweep that saw 26 arrests and 450 pit bull rescues.
South Korea suffered a third wave of cyber attacks on Thursday, allegedly at the hands of their neighbors to the north, though evidence back that suspicion is lacking.
The New York State Senate is back in business after a month-long stand-off between parties that saw much back-and-forthing.
An Indian astrologer has filed a suit with India's Supreme Court to reinstate the ban on gay sex in the country.
San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom has now set his sights on boosting fresh, sustainable food within the city limits and has introduced a number of initiatives to further that goal.
UNESCO officials issued a report this week on the damage done by U.S. troops to the historic site of Babylon.
Three gay-related legal advocacy groups who originally balked at the idea of a federal lawsuit now want in on the deal.
Four cemetery workers in Illinois have been charged on felony counts for unearthing and dumping corpses in a scheme to re-sell the plots.
Same-sex marriage opponents in Maine claim they have collected enough signatures to get a ballot measure before voters to repeal the recent legalization.