A Devine, Texas, teen died in the region's torrential floods Sunday night while driving home from prom. Alyssa Ramirez, 18, was a few miles from her home when her car stalled out and was swept away by the floodwaters. She called herShow More Summary
In the early morning of May 9, 2008, the Lebanese Shiite militia Hezbollah dispatched hundreds of heavily armed fighters to Beirut, and within twelve hours it had altered Lebanon’s political balance. Hezbollah and its allies quicklyShow More Summary
The 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled on Tuesday in favor of 26 states challenging President Barack Obama’s executive action on immigration. Two judges on the three-judge panel ruled that the executive action, which would grant an estimated 4.7 million undocumented immigrants relief...
Nootropics, the new staple ‘brain enhancers,’ exist in a legal gray area in the U.S. In Colombia, you can pick them up over the counter. I did just that.
(Reuters) - John Malone's Charter Communications Inc struck a $56 billion deal to buy Time WarnerCable Inc, seeking to combine the third and second largest U.S. cable operators to better compete against market leader Comcast Corp. The...Show More Summary
The Chinese Navy has dealt with the inspection operations of US warships and aircraft in Chinese territory around the South China Sea for a long period.
For her first official interview to promote her newest book, Adios, America, Ann Coulter decided to sit down with Jorge Ramos for a town hall-style interview that include what has to be one of her all-time most awkward TV moments.
CLEVELAND (AP) — LeBron James scored 23 points, Kyrie Irving returned after missing two games and the Cleveland Cavaliers reserved a spot in the NBA Finals with a 118-88 victory over the Atlanta Hawks on Tuesday night to win the Eastern...Show More Summary
A herd rescued a baby elephant that laid down in the middle of a busy road. After the young animal decided to hang out amongst busy traffic, the rest of the herd wasn’t leaving it behind. According to Grind TV, the incident recently happened at Kruger National Park in South Africa. Show More Summary
Senator Dianne Feinstein has proposed legislation to protect the National Security Agency from losing dragnet surveillance powers when Patriot Act provisions expire. But her bill would not only save spying powers but also codify into law a provision that would expressly enable the government to criminalize any national security whistleblower who may choose to follow...
A marine’s wedding photo goes viral after it touched so many viewers. Us Magazine is reporting that the “photo goes viral” was taken before the wedding of Marine corporal Caleb Earwood to his fiance, Maggie Edwards was being readied at Camp Daniel Boone in Canton, North Carolina. Show More Summary
A new report suggests that Hillary Clinton's State Department approved weapons deals with countries after their governments donated money to her family's philanthropic organization.
Senator Bernie Sanders officially kicked off his presidential campaign today in Vermont, and he was introduced by none other than ice cream kings Ben & Jerry.
TV isn't for Pope Francis. At least that's what he admitted in a recent interview with an Argentine newspaper. The 78-year-old Catholic leader revealed that he hasn't watched TV since July 15, 1990, when he made a vow to the VirginShow More Summary
Peace is hanging in the balance in the South China Sea region, Michael Auslin noted, presenting three possible real-world scenarios under which Washington and Beijing may draw themselves into a direct conflict.
Over the weekend, The New York Times published an article suggesting young people in Saudi Arabia are finding "freedom" on their smartphones. "Young Saudis are increasingly relying on social media to express and entertain themselves,...Show More Summary
Talk about getting served! A video of an unidentified Russian waitress giving a grabby customer exactly what he deserves has gone viral.
The city of Cleveland and the U.S. Department of Justice will announce a settlement agreement at 1:30 p.m. EDT on Tuesday after an investigation into police practices, the city said in a post on Twitter. The Justice Department concluded a 21-month investigation in December that found the Cleveland...
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama will welcome South Korean President Park Geun-hye to the White House on June 16, the White House National Security Council said on Twitter on Tuesday.
A U.S. airman apparently shot two Walmart employees early Tuesday at a store in Grand Forks, North Dakota, killing one of them, before fatally shooting himself, police said. It was not clear what, if any, connection the airman, who police identified as Marcell Willis, 21, had to the workers or the...