Donald Trump slams Republican presidential rival Ted Cruz and implied that he has far better judgment than the Texas senator.
Olympic athlete Oscar Pistorius was granted bail after being convicted of the murder of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp.
Presidential candidate Donald Trump calls to ban all Muslims that entering American soil.
China has issued its first ever red alert over the alarming spread of smog in the country. The red alert will take place in the country’s capital, Beijing, on Tuesday morning until Thursday midday, when an expected cold front will arrive in hopes of clearing the smog.
Three Jewish oracles have predicted the looming apocalyptic war between Russian and Turkey as far back as 200 years ago.
Coca-Cola pulls holiday ad from YouTube amid criticism that it degrades Mexico’s indigenous people
Turkey President Tayyip Erdogan has a record of limiting free speech, but may not be able to a jail a man who compared him to the "small, slimy creature" known as Gollum.
Mark Zuckerberg together with his wife Priscilla Chan announced the birth of their daughter Max. Together with it, they surprised everyone by saying that they will give 99 percent of their Facebook shares for good cause.
Despite coming face-to-face with one of the gunman, lead singer Jesse Hughes said that the band cannot wait to return to the Bataclan theatre in Paris.
An anonymous prisoner's sister is managing a Facebook page aimed at exposing numerous human rights violations inside one of Latin America's most dangerous penitentiaries.
All but forgotten in the summer, Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio have climbed near the top of recent Iowa and New Hampshire polls that have them rivaling Donald Trump for the Republican presidential nomination.
Instead of using hate, Belgian residents used cats and humor in a hostile situation that has shut down the country's capital.
With the Olympics and Premier League play beginning that August, there's little reason for South America's top soccer players to participate in the 2016 Copa America, slate to take place across 10 U.S. cities.
In the aftermath of the Paris attacks that left no less than 100 people dead, hacktivist group Anonymous has declared war against ISIS.
The tech-savvy terrorist organization is warning a "war on Telegram" after the messaging app's founders blocked ISIS from communicating.