Could Rupert Murdoch’s tweet lead to the end of The U.K.’s Page 3 topless models?
Forzen beef lasagna and spaghetti meals have been removed from British supermarket shelves following the discovery they contained large amounts of horsemeat.
A woman in the Western Highlands of Papua New Guinea has been burned alive for supposed witchcraft
The video, which in the last 24 hours has received nearly five million views, shows an emotional Minami apologizing to her fans for making such a “thoughtless and immature decision.”
The Afghanistan National Institute of Music hopes to send its first youth orchestra to play in Carnegie Hall in February.
The Pope’s annual dove-of-peace ceremony ends in a bird battle
Mr. Natalie Portman is set to take the reins at one of the world’s oldest ballet companies.
A Japanese company has designed a home specifically catering towards the needs of our feline friends
An Irish councilor has proposed a motion to allow rural drivers to drink a few pints over the limit before driving home
As heavy snow continues to fall across Europe, many countries struggle to deal with the harsh weather conditions