Tens of thousands of protesters on Sunday marched through Moscow in protest of the murder of Boris Nemtsov, a vocal critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin, The New York Times reports.
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“How can you be at peace? Your daughter has been given a death sentence.”
New York City managed to stave off murder until Valentine's Day, when a man died Saturday after being shot.
To celebrate the release of "50 Shades Of Grey" on Feb. 13, Jessica Simpson posted some sexy pictures with her husband Eric Johnson on Instagram.
A man in Kingsley, Mich. called 911 over 100 times over the course of a month, because why not?
The United Arab Emirates will aid Jordan in its fight against ISIS after a horrific video emerged Tuesday of a Jordanian pilot being burned alive.
The owner of an amusement park in North Carolina wants to build the largest cross in the Western Hemisphere.
United Steelworkers called for union members to go on strike on Sunday, a move that could impact over 60 percent of U.S. oil production.
ISIS released a video Saturday reportedly showing the beheading of Japanese journalist Kenji Goto, Fox News reports.
HBO released the official trailer for season 5 of Game of Thrones on Friday.
The Delaware cop who went viral Jan. 16 for jamming to Taylor Swift's "Shake It Off" while on patrol is back for round two.
A man was arrested in Chicago, Ill., Saturday for having more than $1 million dollars worth of marijuana in his car.
A high school student is charged with murder and aggravated rape in Salem, Mass. after allegedly karate chopping his math teacher and cutting her throat with a box cutter over a "trigger word."
Left-wing activist group Code Pink held protests at the CIA and former Vice President Dick Cheney's house Saturday morning -- complete with giant paper mache heads, drone replicas and people getting arrested.
NYPD officers turned their backs on New York Mayor Bill de Blasio at Wenjian Liu's funeral Sunday, a week after shunning him at the funeral for Rafael Ramos on Dec. 27, despite Police Commissioner Bill Bratton instructing them not to do so.
Passengers on an flight from Abu Dhabi to San Francisco were stuck on a plane for 28 hours when the Abu Dhabi International Airport closed due to fog Saturday.
Al-Qaida called for "lone wolf" attacks against major airliners in a Christmas Eve release of its online publication, "Inspire."
Facebook issued an apology following backlash over "Year in Review," an app that summarizes the highlights of 2014 for users.
New York Police Department officers once again turned their backs to New York Mayor Bill de Blasio as he spoke at the funeral of officer Rafael Ramos on Saturday.