Justin Bieber used social networks to apologize to his fans after he was criticized for sweeping the stage with an Argentinian flag in one of his concerts.
Microbes fossils over 3.5 billion years old have been discovered among the rocks in Australia.
Google has released its latest transparency report, and to a mild surprise, the United States (U.S.) tops the list for requesting the most user data from the search-engine organization.
On Thursday, hundreds of unidentified bodies were buried one-by-one inside of a huge ceremony without any ritual during the first mass burial since Super Typhoon Haiyan caused havoc on the central islands of the Philippines.
Ali Roxox, an indigenous student from Guatemala, was discriminated against when she was confused for a street vendor as she tried to enter a cafeteria in southern Mexico.
Mayor pays for anti-drug film using taxpayer funds
The disaster relief following Typhoon Haiyan is continuing to flow in, and telecommunications company Comcast announced their efforts for their customers.
Owing to the lack of public safety, the United Nations declared Latin America to be the most insecure region in the world.
Justin Bieber's Latin American tour has not been as peaceful as one can expect from a pop artist. From the start, the young artist's performances have been marred by scandals which have eclipsed his music.
Apple Inc. has teamed with the American Red Cross in effort to provide disaster relief for victims of Typhoon Haiyan.
Following the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines, Verizon Wireless has called upon its employees and customers to assist in aiding victims.
New details have emerged regarding the death toll in the aftermath of Super Typhoon Haiyan, a devastating storm that has caused colossal damage in the Philippines over the weekend.
Restrictions on social media are reportedly set to take place during the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics, however, an Olympics spokesperson have clarified such statements.
A week after the commander-in-chief of Venezuela, Vladimir Padrino, said that Venezuelan Air Force units had shot down a plane with a Mexican registration tag, the Mexican Ministry of Foreign Affairs (SRE) has once more asked the Venezuelan government for a diplomatic response to clear up the incident, of which there are scarce details.
A new study shows that more international students are coming to the United States to earn their degrees, and more U.S. students are also choosing to study abroad.