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The girls, from the ‘untouchable’ caste, are being punished for their brother’s elopement with a married woman.
Want to become an Iranian citizen? A new law is about to make that a whole lot easier—but you’re going to have to fight for it—literally.
As Trump’s campaign trumps on, a motley crew of 9/11 truthers have volunteered to be the Donald’s Veep, including Charlie Sheen and Jesse Ventura.
The pregnant star revealed that she’s dealing with “placenta accrete”—a complication that is very real and can be very dangerous for mothers.
The firebrand Reverend loses his weeknight perch and heads to the weekends, but insists the political and pop-culture stars will still come flocking.
The psychological and physical cruelty of ISIS has taken an extraordinary turn as the group posts the names of thousands of people it has killed in Mosul.
Officials say they’re zeroing in on the fabled German haul, but they’re warning away new treasure hunters looking to solve the mystery and cash in.
When adorable buddy comedies become real life.
Sure, he’s likable enough. But the only thing worse (better?) than these pics of the veep with anime characters is the Trump Dump.
VATICAN CITY — Josef Wesolowski died too soon. The 67-year-old former papal nuncio to the Dominican Republic, whose undeniable crimes of child-sex abuse ran the gamut from victimizing shoe shine boys in Santo Domingo to hoarding more than 100,000 files with child pornography inside Vatican City died in his private room in a Vatican City palazzo overnight.
The hotly anticipated lead single off of the Canadian pop star’s fourth studio album has landed online early, and it’s pretty damn good.
Black women shouldn’t have to be “nice” to be heard.
Pop superdiva Taylor Swift claims to be all about “sisterhood,” but her VMA-nominated tune is all about ganging up on a woman (Katy Perry) in the name of revenge.
He likes to tout the crime bill he helped pass in 1994. But if he decides to run, he’ll face questions about its contribution to our exploding prison population.
The biggest Yakuza group is celebrating its 100th year in operation, but it’s splitting into factions that may soon go after each other with bloody consequences.
A new news report about the terror army challenges us to disbelieve it.
The brutal lynching of a black teen in Mississippi helped shape the civil rights movement and became the first Black Lives Matter case.
Yeah, he works for Fox—but Ed Henry’s a fair and tough reporter, and he’s got Clinton’s number.
In the 1970’s, British writer Ted Lewis created a memorable lowlife in the Jack Carter trilogy. Now, his books are about to get a spectacular American revival.
As Trump-mania eclipses the GOP 2016 field, Rand Paul heads west—far, far west.