Higher suicide rates among LGBTQ youth have been documented before, but a recent analysis offers fresh insight into what factors contribute to these fatalities.
The ruling, potentially a landmark decision for gay rights in Africa, was due to be issued Friday, but the court said it needed until May 24 to decide.
The after-hours slump erased $12 billion from Kraft Heinz's stock market value and left its shares trading at their lowest point since Heinz bought Kraft in 2015.
In his role as CEO, he maintained a facade of success as the Texas energy company imploded.
Same-sex relationships are illegal in more than 70 countries, almost half of them in Africa, where homosexuality is broadly taboo and persecution is rife.
"We are obviously concerned and want to wish Zion a speedy recovery," Nike said in a statement.
Johnson & Johnson reportedly knew for decades that small amounts of asbestos, a known carcinogen, had been occasionally found in its talc and powder products.
If it works, Peru would be be stopping a practice that releases harmful mercury as well as drives sex trafficking and child labor in mining camps.
With only 37 days until Britain leaves the European Union, divisions over Brexit are redrawing the political landscape.
"Whoever did this is not worthy of the French republic and will be punished," President Macron said after swastikas were found at a Jewish cemetery.
The evacuation comes little more than a week after two communities located close to nearby dams were forced to leave their homes on similar fears of dam failures.
Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is due to arrive in Pakistan on Sunday, but the visit risks being overshadowed by escalating tensions between nuclear-armed rivals India and Pakistan.
Software pirates have hijacked technology designed by Apple Inc to distribute hacked versions of Spotify, Angry Birds, Minecraft and other popular apps.
The Commission for International Justice and Accountability — a team funded by the U.S. and European governments — has been building cases for years.
"What we're seeing is death by a thousand cuts of our democracy," Maria Ressa said.
The assault, among the worst ever on the Guards, illustrated that Iran’s elite force, can be vulnerable to guerrilla-style operations.
The Middle East nation calls him a fugitive; the professional athlete who fled Bahrain said he would be tortured if he were sent back there.
Experimental nasal spray is intended for people with severe depression who aren't helped by other treatments or therapies.
The initiative aims to make sure the United States keeps its research and development advantage in AI and related areas.
May wants to win over lawmakers in her Conservative Party with changes relating to the Northern Irish border, but the E.U. has refused to reopen that part of the divorce deal.
Farmers in Mexico's tropical sierra say poppy eradication efforts sometimes destroy their legal crops, and few plants take to the thin soil.
Both Greek and Macedonian parliaments agreed to rename the country the Republic of North Macedonia, ending Athens' years-long veto of its neighbor's efforts to join NATO and the E.U.
The company said daily active users of its photo-messaging app in the fourth quarter remained unchanged at 186 million from the previous quarter.
The telecast has gone without an emcee only once — 30 years ago.
The social media giant says it has removed hundreds of accounts, pages and groups for links to Myanmar's military, or misrepresentation, since last August.
The drug, Firdapse, treats Lambert-Eaton myasthenic syndrome, a rare neuromuscular disorder affecting one in 100,000 people in the U.S.
The e-commerce giant made a commitment last year to diversify its board of directors.
The rapper is “content to proceed with the arbitration" now that more African-American candidates are eligible to handle the case.
Consumers Energy warned that “without additional reductions, we run the risk of not being able to deliver natural gas to families and critical facilities."
Weathering privacy scandals and growing political and social backlash, Facebook announced earnings on Wednesday that showed few signs of trouble.
The campaign shows how potent cyber-weapons are proliferating beyond the world’s superpowers and into the hands of smaller nations.
The 20-million square foot campus was praised by President Donald Trump as proof of his ability to revive American manufacturing.
Police have been criticized by some for taking years to solve disappearances dating back to at least 2010 in a neighborhood in downtown Toronto that is known as the city’s gay village.
Lawmakers have proposed more than 10 different amendments to be debated on Tuesday.
The White House had predicted that the massive fiscal stimulus package would boost investment and job growth.
"This calls into question the financial viability of Vale going forward because of the sheer scale of their potential liabilities," said a lawyer at SPG Law.
There had been no signs of life since the boy had fallen into the borehole as his family was walking through a private estate in Totalan in southern Spain.
Ken Griffin, billionaire founder of hedge fund Citadel, purchased the unit overlooking Central Park.
"The base and paint layers are stable, but sensitive to vibrations and changes in air humidity and temperature," said Van Gogh Museum director Axel Ruger.
The moves are a response to the National Defense Authorization, which Trump signed into law in August.
A Jewish community leader accused the party of playing down Nazi crimes during her speech commemorating the Holocaust.
Missing reports include those required for calculating gross domestic product, the main measure of economic output.
The increasing cost of insulin has led some patients to put their own health at risk.
Investing in the U.S. gas and petrochemical sector has become "very lucrative" due to the large availability of ethane resources, said Saudi Aramco.
"Thankfully no one appears to have been injured in this incident. Derry is a city moving forward and no one wants this type of incident," a local member of parliament said.