Why the US can't - legally - bomb the Islamic State in Syria.
With more than 500,000 people currently incarcerated, Brazil's inmates continue to control the overcrowded prisons.
No matter their political leanings, most Brazilians agree on one thing: Eduardo Campos was a man who died far too soon.
Five emerging economies set up $100bn development bank, seen as direct competition to World Bank and IMF.
Most US newscasts seem to support Washington's foreign policy by depicting Israel as victims of Palestinian "terrorism".
The tiny country that odds-makers predicted would not score a single goal has knocked off a handful of football giants.
As teams slug it out to win the football World Cup, the winner so far has been the hosts: the Brazilian people.
New technology and the rise of citizen journalism has blurred the lines between police, protester, and journalist.
While a footballer who bites an opponent should be punished, the reaction to the Suarez incident is not rational.
Discovery on mobile phones of microbes commonly found on people's bodies opens up potential for gadget's use as sensors.
Micro beads, used in products including face cleansers and toothpaste, cannot be filtered from waste water.