Vice President Joe Biden Announces He's Not Running For President

Joe Biden Thinks Donald Trump Can be Next President

Although there are many people opposing the idea of Donald Trump as the next president of America, Vice President Joe Biden thinks otherwise.
World Leaders Address The UN General Assmebly

Mexican Drug Lord El Chapo Might be Extradited to the US

Mexico agrees to extraditing drug lord Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán to U.S.
World Leaders Address The UN General Assmebly

Mexican Drug Lord El Chapo Recaptured! Here's How Social Media Reacts

Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto announced the capture of Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán. The report of the drug lord's capture gathered mixed reactions from social media.
President Obama Holds Press Conference At White House

Why Did US Ban Microbeads?

The U.S. government finally signed into law the bill which seeks to stop the use of the harmful ingredient, microbeads.
The 2015 Miss Universe Pageant

Colombians Burn Miss Universe 2015 Pia Wurtzbach Effigy on New Year's Eve [Watch]

Colombians are not yet over the Miss Universe 2015 blunder.
Heavy Rains Pound Southern California

Historic El Niño flooding leaves six dead and over 150,000 homeless in Paraguay, among other South American countries

Four of the reported casualties came in Paraguay while the other two occurred in Argentina, where 20,000 people in the border city of Concordia were evacuated.
German Astronaut Alexander Gerst Aboard The International Space Station

Watch: This is How Much Space Junk Orbiting Earth Now

A new video made by Grey Stuart, scientist, lecturer at University of London and part of the Space Geodesy and Navigation Laboratory, showed how much space junks orbit the Earth from 1957 to 2015.
People Look At A Christmas Tree

British man runs around Tokyo dressed as a Christmas tree made of LED lights and decorations [WATCH]

Digital media business owner Joseph Tame decided to spread holiday cheer by dressing up as a illuminative Christmas tree and run down Tokyo streets.
Desfile Independencia de Mexico

Mexico survey acknowledges black population, finds 1.4 million citizens identify as Afro-Mexicans

The first-ever government survey of Mexico's black population found they don't trail the rest of the country in eduation or health services, but still face widespread discrimination.
santa claus

Christmas 2015 – Memorable quotes, sayings, and why stories of the Dutch Santa Claus' black companion didn’t make it to America

Santa Claus may have elves, but the Dutch Santa - named Sinterklaas - has Zwarte Piet, a controversial companion that grew in popularity during the early 20th century.
Pilgrims Flock To Rome For Beatification Of Mother Teresa

Mother Teresa to Become Saint After Pope Recognizes 'Miracle'

The second miracle needed to clear the way for Mother Teresa to become a Saint has been recognized and approved by Pope Francis.
Tacos Al Pastor

Tacos al pastor may be one of Mexico’s signature dishes, but its origins reportedly lies in the Middle East

One of Mexico's iconic dishes may have originated in Mexico, thanks to a food that dates back to the days of the Ottoman Empire.
Donald Trump Holds Campaign Rally In Des Moines

Donald Trump Hits Rival Ted Cruz: ‘I Don't Think He's Qualified to be President’

Donald Trump slams Republican presidential rival Ted Cruz and implied that he has far better judgment than the Texas senator.
Oscar Pistorius

Oscar Pistorius Granted Bail After Reeva Steenkamp Murder Conviction; Olympian to Appeal to South Africa's Highest Court

Olympic athlete Oscar Pistorius was granted bail after being convicted of the murder of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp.
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