On Monday, former US President Barack Obama and former First Lady Michelle Obama unveiled their official portraits, which are now part of the Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery.
An otherwise ordinary article on British mainstream media website attracted the attention of netizens with the grammatical structure in one of its sentences, resulting in a hilarious ambiguity.
North Korea’s athletes have been accompanied to Pyeongchang by a group of cheerleaders, who’ve even managed on occasion to draw everyone’s attention away from the games themselves by singing songs.
Whether driven by the upcoming Valentine’s Day or general curiosity, fans of the romantic comedy Love Actually have recently uncovered a bizarre, previously unnoticed fact about two key cast members.
Despite the outpouring of anger on social media, neither the police, nor the church itself was willing to speculate on the motives behind the graffiti that alienated many Swedes.
Will Prince William be attending? What about Donald Trump? Meghan is from the US after all… Prince Harry and fiancee American actress Meghan Markle have released more details about their wedding, causing an online commotion among royal family critics and fans.
Netizens dismissed the 2016 world silver medalist’s remark on her Twitter as “jealousy” and asked her not to appeal to Russophobes.
Twenty-five year-old Steven Crawford has come up with an extraordinary idea for his new start-up, which he, unlike his neighbors, is not ashamed of at all.
Having liquor or porn on your phone, tablet or computer in Saudi Arabia could get you in serious trouble.
The ISS, with its first section, launched back in 1998, was jointly developed by the US and Russia and allows international crews to conduct scientific research in a low Earth orbit environment.
According to new research published by the Chinese security firm 360 Netlab, 241 out of the top 100,000 websites by Alexa traffic rank contain code that creates a type of malware which makes the site visitor’s computer mine cryptocurrencies.
De Niro has repeatedly criticized the Trump administration and last year attended the We Stand United protests in NYC.
A campaign in the United States to address economic inequality beyond racial barriers has called for a Monday strike by low-wage earners working in restaurants.
A new report has revealed that dozens of White House employees exposed daily to top secret information are working without top-level security clearances.
A top religious cleric in Saudi Arabia recently suggested that women in the fundamentalist religious monarchy should not be forced to wear the abaya, a robe-like dress that some women in parts of the Muslim world are forced to wear to cover their bodies in public.
In what many consider to be a nod toward the dictum of ‘peace through superior firepower,’ the US government has approved the largest one-year military budget in its - or anybody else’s - history.
Officials with the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics have now confirmed that local intranets at the games were hacked as the opening ceremonies commenced.
A wildcat moved freely on the streets of the town of Berezovsky in the Sverdlovsk region. Citizens filmed the predator and published them on the local news page on the «Vkontakte» social network.
A 63-year-old man emailed a Scouting magazine to express his outrage over a Muslim woman wearing a full-face veil in the article.
The professor had used the same example to demonstrate the power of oppressive symbolism for many years, but until now he has never faced any complaints. The university is backing the professor and says the case may be indicative of the level of racism being levelled against African-Americans.
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