When Miss Iraq and Miss Israel took a selfie together, many people took to social media to voice mixed reactions, and some were downright angry at the show of friendship.
With the tidal wave of hard-hitting sex scandals now reaching presidential heights, a woman in Michigan has accused former US President George H.W. Bush of groping her bottom during an official event when he was in office 25 years ago.
With the sex scandals surrounding top Hollywood luminaries, personalities and politicians showing no signs of slackening, Hollywood actor Sylvester Stallone been accused of sexually assaulting a 16-year-old girl more than 30 years ago, British media reported.
Adding to the natural jitters of just about anyone who has ever ventured aboard a plane, a mentally disturbed passenger was taken off an airliner in China on Tuesday after he said that someone was after him and trying to hijack the aircraft, a Chinese newspaper reported.
An ongoing Israeli law enforcement investigation now has enough evidence to bring formal charges of bribery against the country’s prime minister, according to reports.
An estimated ten thousand far-right nationalists marched in Poland’s capital city of Warsaw on Saturday, dwarfing the official celebrations and casting a pall on the country's Independence Day commemoration.
Three white guys now possess the wealth of over half of the US population, and their riches are set to increase.
Pope Francis has ended the practice of selling cigarettes at the Vatican, and admonished believers to put down their cellphones during religious services.
Adding a new twist to sexual harassment scandals surrounding top show biz figures and politicians on both sides of the Atlantic, five women have complained about the uncomfortable experiences they claim they have had with popular comedian and filmmaker Louis CK.
Despite the fact that in China there are strong censorship regulations which block locals from using social platforms such as Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, these rules do not apply to Donald Trump.
Two boys, aged eight, died after a car ploughed into a classroom at a primary school in Greenacre in southwest Sydney on Tuesday. The incident also saw 21 others suffered various injuries in what police believe was a tragic accident.
Now that most of the US has grudgingly adjusted their clocks to “fall back” one hour, a few state governments are moving to entirely eliminate the overwhelmingly unpopular custom of switching to Daylight Saving Time (DST) for half the year.
As part of a visual arts exhibition at the Tate Modern museum in London, an extremely rare November 1917 poster proclaiming the birth of the Soviet Union will be displayed beginning November 8.
The Madhubani Railway station, one of the oldest train stations in India, has become a tourist hotspot after hundreds of local artists painted frescos in the famous Madhubani style, free of cost in an attempt to promote and preserve the ancient art form.
According to a representative of famed rapper Eminem, the 45-year-old musician will be donating any money he receives from a New Zealand lawsuit to hurricane relief efforts.
Triggering a series of shocked gasps, Daesh militants have reportedly fired off threats against four-year-old UK royal Prince George, according to British media outlets.
Two studies presented at the annual meeting of the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology in Boston have found that having a dog in your home reduces the risk of eczema among infants and the negative effects of childhood asthma.
An estimated 300 members of white supremacist groups accompanied by supporters staged back-to-back marches in towns near Nashville, Tennessee, protesting the settlement of refugees in the area.
Americans are facing the largest social and political crisis since the Vietnam War, according to new poll results.
A new study has founded that contrary to the popular belief that regular marijuana use impairs sexual motivation and performance, the opposite seems to be true.
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