Human Rights Watch is calling on Bangladesh to stop “knee-capping” detainees arrested by the country’s security forces.
Philippine Senator and former presidential candidate Miriam Defensor Santiago died from lung cancer Thursday, at age 71.
Selena Gomez is the first celebrity to reach 100 million followers on Instagram, and she hasn’t even posted anything on her account since August.
Following in the footsteps of a Twitter user who recently claimed he keeps a picture of Terry Crews in his wallet to help him save money, Crews himself has apparently adopted the practice.
Ladislao José Bíro was born 117 years ago today, and while you may not have heard of him before, you’re surely familiar with his most lasting invention: the ballpoint pen.
Ellen DeGeneres was unable to film her talk show on Wednesday, but the show must go on, and Miley Cyrus stepped in at the last minute to fill in.
South Australia is still grappling with the effects of a severe storm Wednesday that knocked out power to the entire state.
George Michael’s iconic “Freedom!
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission issued a warning Wednesday after reports of some Samsung washing machines exploding.
The agency is working with Samsung to address safety concerns over top-loading washing machines produced between March 2011 and April 2016, according to a CPSC statement.
(ISLAMABAD) — Pakistan’s military says that Indian troops have killed two of its soldiers on the Pakistani side of the disputed Himalayan region of Kashmir in an “unprovoked” attack.
Vice President Joe Biden made a cameo appearance on the latest episode of Law and Order: SVU Wednesday night.
Benedict Cumberbatch showed off his pipes Wednesday night when he joined Pink Floyd’s David Gilmour onstage at Royal Albert Hall to sing “Comfortably Numb.”
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump called on non-Christian conservative supporters to raise their hands and seemed to ask the audience whether he should eject them from a rally in Iowa.
(WASHINGTON) — The Senate Wednesday passed a bill to keep the government running through Dec. 9 and provide $1.1 billion in long-delayed funding to battle the Zika virus.
It’s the night we’ve all been waiting for, as Saturday Night Live puts it: no, not the next presidential debate, but the SNL season premiere.