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Rihanna got a little physical with a fan at a recent concert. Video has been circling online showing the singer hitting a fan with her microphone. Rihanna was performing in Birmingham, England when she left the stage to walk by a crowd of screaming fans, touching their hands as she ...
Howls of protest in Egypt's Luxor over its new Governor. Residents in this vital tourist city are angry, because the man President Mursi just appointed to run the region belongs to an Islamist movement whose gunmen killed 58 foreign tourists here in 1997. One critic called it the "last nail ...
A bus plunged into a river in central Peru, killing at least 30 people, Wednesday. Rescue teams searched the mangled steel heap for survivors and negotiated the ravine's steep incline to bring victims and survivors to the top. Authorities say 52 people were on board when the bus fell some ...
ADHD is already linked to drug and alcohol abuse later in life, but a new study links it to obesity in adulthood.
Rihanna has just beaten Justin Bieber at his own game, taking the crown as the most viewed artist on YouTube.
A Milan court has convicted the designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana of tax evasion. They were given a one year and eight months suspended jail sentence and ordered to pay fines. (June 19)
After receiving a tidal wave of backlash for stomping around on the American flag during a music video shoot, Lil Wayne says he is pulling the clip from the video and it will not appear in the final cut.
A longtime beauty practice in the livestock industry gains Internet attention. So-called 'fluffy cows' are the rage out on the range. (June 19)
Hard to imagine that Daniel Marsh – who at age 12 was hailed as a hero – would be charged as an adult four years later, suspected in the brutal stabbing death of an elderly couple. “All of a sudden, he passed out and sort of flew back into his ...
Providers of the government's flagship Work Programme have warned ministers that the costs of helping sick and disabled jobseekers to find jobs can't be met under the scheme.
The US Federal Reserve has maintained the rate of its asset purchase programme at $85bn (£54bn) a month, aimed at boosting the economy.
The Chancellor, George Osborne, has announced the government is preparing to sell its stake in Lloyds Bank back to private investors.
A Manhattan judge acquitted a father and son pimping team of sex trafficking charges Wednesday in what some are calling the "happy hooker" case.
The Federal Reserve signaled Wednesday that it's moving closer to slowing its bond-buying program, but stressed that any end would be gradual and not based on specific triggers. (June 19)
It started with a few small protests against a price hike, but it's blossomed into Brazil's biggest protests in decades. As Brazil preps to host some of the biggest and most expensive sporting events, including the World Cup and Olympics, protestors want more of that money to go to services ...
Royal Historian Hugo Vickers gives his reaction to the plans for the birth of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's baby.
Police investigating a murder searched the home of New England Patriot’s Aaron Hernandez. A rental car registered to Hernandez was found near the body of a murder victim.
The American Medical Association's recognition of obesity as a disease could redefine treatment options for those who struggle with their weight.
The families of soldiers killed in Iraq can sue the government for damages under the Human Rights Act, the Supreme Court has ruled.
The gardens of the Palace of Versailles are decked out with the surreal organic sculptures of Italian artist Giuseppe Penone, a new exhibition in Mexico City explores India's cultural history - and other stories from the world of arts.