Several people in Ukraine are taking the popular ice bucket challenge and adding a political twist to it in the form of the "trash bucket challenge" -- an act that involves forcibly throwing politicians and government officials accused of corruption into trash cans.
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A Canadian member of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria issued a grim warning for the United States that his group is planning a "brilliant attack" on New York City, and claimed that they have thousands of Western prisoners they are willing to behead.
The Democrat nominee for the race to become Kansas' next governor was caught red-handed in the late 1990s getting a lap dance at a rowdy strip club during a police drug raid of the establishment.
The president of FWD.us, a pro-immigration reform group created by Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, resigned this week while Congressional efforts to pass amnesty have stagnated.
A 24-year old American accused of espionage was sentenced to six years of hard labor in a North Korean prison camp by the country's supreme court Sunday.
Another NBA owner is in hot water over racially charged comments and is now selling his team because of one email he himself reported to the league.
The former top lawyer for the Association for Communities Organizing for Reform Now (ACORN) just made a killing selling his ritzy New York City townhouse.
An Islamic militia has claimed it "secured" a compound belonging to the United States Embassy in the Libyan capitol of Tripoli, coming nearly two years after the attack on Benghazi that killed U.S. ambassador Chris Stevens.
The controversial issue of reimbursing doctors discussing end-of-life plans with patients has re-emerged -- minus the "death panel" label -- with the chance it may soon be covered by Medicare.
Al-Qaida linked Syrian rebels battled U.N. military peacekeepers Saturday in the Golan Heights, forcing some of the international troops to flee into Israeli territory to escape being captured by the group known as the Nusra Front.
Saudi Arabia's head of state, King Abdullah, issued a dire warning to the West if they choose to ignore the Muslim extremist group the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS).
The brutal video depicting the beheading of American journalist James Foley shocked the world but some experts are now finding evidence that it could have been staged.
One of the journalists arrested at a McDonald's earlier this week in Ferguson, Mo. mistook earplugs for rubber bullets, and tweeted an image of the noise guards from the riot torn town early Sunday.
The Islamic State (IS) continues to commit atrocities in Iraq as news broke Saturday that the radical jihadist group had reportedly executed 700 people from an enemy tribe in Syria, with civilians constituting the majority of the victims.
In what might go down as a great miscarriage of justice, the famous actor Mr. T was cut from jury duty after answering the call to do his civic service.
As rioting continues to consume the northern St. Louis suburb of Ferguson, Missouri, one foreign government has long considered the area too dangerous for its citizens to visit.
NASCAR driver and three-time Sprint Cup champion Tony Stewart struck and killed a walking driver during a sprint car race in Canandaigua, N.Y., Saturday night.
Militants affiliated with the notorious Islamic State (IS) stoned two woman to death in northern Syria last month.
Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz believes that Republican Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas is the Speaker of the House of Representatives, instead of the actual speaker, John Boehner.