Many Mexicans consider world-known drug lord Joaquin Guzman a modern-day Robin Hood because of the perception that he does more for the poor than Mexico's government.
Among items found during the drug kingpin's arrest Friday morning were two armored vehicles, two sniper rifles, eight long guns, and a rocket-ropelled grenade launcher.
“Palace in the Sky" is a jet that was allegedly left to him as a gift by his predecessor, Felipe Calderon.
Mexico decided to tax sugary drinks in 2014 to crack down on obesity. One year later, researchers did a study to find out if the strategy worked.
Want to get happy? Go to Colombia, stat!
Ninety women complained of groping and harassment at Cologne’s New Year's Eve event, with at least one woman saying she had been raped, according to the BBC.
Passengers had to listen to the horrific sound of air rushing through the gap.
A recent ISIS clip showed yet another British-sounding man speaking to the camera, uttering threats and insults directed at UK Prime Minister David Cameron.
The U.S. government finally signed into law the bill which seeks to stop the use of the harmful ingredient, microbeads.
Colombians are not yet over the Miss Universe 2015 blunder.
Police and soldiers are being accused of holding an orgy during the terror lockdown in the Belgian capital of Brussels.
While New Year’s Eve countdowns are exciting for most people, celebrating the new year can be a problem for parents with little kids who they need to put to bed early.
2016 is fast approaching, and while the saying “to each his own” is certainly applicable in the list you’re about to see, it’s still interesting to know some of the colorful ways people around the world celebrate the new year.