The lawyer representing the head of the powerful Sinaloa drug cartel will seek to have Mexico's Supreme Court review the case, local media report.
The announcement comes days after Burundi became the first country to withdraw from the war crimes court. The nations accuse the ICC of targeting African countries and calling for regime change.
Even thirty years after the devastating nuclear accident in Chernobyl, there are still people who call the place home. Filmmaker Holly Morris tells the stories of the mostly elderly women who stayed.
Neuroscientist Jeff Iliff talks about his research, which explores how the brain naturally flushes out toxins during sleep.
When Dr. Rishi Manchanda worked in a clinic in South Central Los Angeles, he saw that patients were getting sick because of toxic living conditions — so he tried a unique treatment approach.
Ocean advocate Emily Penn has seen first hand how much plastic ends up in the oceans. She explains how the toxins from plastic makes their way into our food chain and how we might be able to stop it.
Biologist Tyrone Hayes talks about the concerning effects of the herbicide atrazine, which is part of a group of chemicals that are found in everyday food and household products.
Filmmaker Holly Morris talks about her time with the "Babushkas of Chernobyl" — the elderly women who decided to stay in Chernobyl, Ukraine, after the worst nuclear accident in history.
The band's shimmery folk-pop sound, with its vibraphone and overarching vibrancy, is perfectly suited to the space behind Bob Boilen's desk.
Joe Palca is not the only fan of big ideas in science. Doctoral student Jessie Yaros is studying how the brain's memory center shapes the ability to more keenly recognize members of one's own race.
Also: There's been another death in the U.S. linked to Takata airbags; South Africa wants to leave the International Criminal Court; and church bells toll worldwide for Aleppo.
Dogme 95 filmmaker Kristian Levring reverse-ages the Danish singer in a sometimes unsettling new video for her song about wisdom and maturity.
Another case of domestic violence is challenging the NFL's claim it has reformed its policies on player conduct.
A Mississippi county temporarily banned clowns, given a rash of clown sightings. The Japanese Doll Association complained to Universal Studios Japan — insisting there's nothing creepy about dolls.
Joanne is as theatrical as anything Gaga has ever done, touching on styles intimate and overcooked and upholding her romantic belief broad gestures and bold declarations.
Palestinians are flocking to a string of Nutella cafés that have popped up in the region. The cafes offer a welcome refuge from the realities of living in a conflict zone.
During the last presidential debate, Donald Trump called Hillary Clinton "such a nasty woman." Following Trump's comment, Spotify streams of Janet Jackson's 1986 song "Nasty" increased 250 percent.
In the past week, we've looked at a few studies showing ways apes are like us. Today, we consider a way in which monkeys, specifically capuchins, are different, says blogger Alva Noë.
The Supreme Court Justice is set to play a non-singing role on opening night of the Donizetti Opera, "The Daughter of the Regiment" at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C.
The White House says it plans to retaliate against Russia for cyberattacks. Cybersecurity has been a constant issue on the campaign trail. No candidate professes to have expertise in this policy area.