“Now let’s talk about the elephant in the room.”
The pig was reportedly taken to a slaughterhouse after the stunt.
A Japanese citizen was reportedly asked to take a pregnancy test to prove she was not pregnant before boarding a Hong Kong Express Airways flight.
And you thought moving to a new apartment was tough.
Restoring our domestic capacity to produce the finest unmanned aircraft systems in the world will not just enhance our national security. It will help promote economic prosperity by creating good jobs with good wages
Demonstrations erupted once again across India on Wednesday following a decision by the country’s Supreme Court to postpone hearing challenges to a controversial new immigration law that grants citizenship on the basis of religion.
Five people were thrown from the ride, including two children who sustained injuries.
A Chinese pilot has been banned from flying for life after he allowed a passenger into the cockpit, violating air safety regulations.
An Indonesian man who is a member of a group that helped draft laws harsh adultery laws was publically whipped Thursday after he was caught having an affair with a married woman.
The 62-year-old mayor says he doesn’t remember punching the woman and doesn’t understand how he could have done such a thing.
Footage of the team dissecting the growth shows hundreds of tooth fragments ranging in size.
47 people have been killed and dozens are missing or injured after heavy rainfall caused massive flooding and landslides in Nepal over the past few days, according to the Nepalese government
A flyer tried to travel to new heights as hilarious video showed her climbing onto a luggage conveyor belt at a Turkish airport, possibly thinking it would take her to the plane.
A building has collapsed in Cambodia, leaving at least 19 construction workers dead and another 24 injured.
A cleaning campaign on Mount Everest that concluded Wednesday turned up the remains of four climbers and the removal of over 24,000 pounds of garbage, officials said.
America shouldn’t try to hide from the reality of brutal dictatorships like China.
A court in Myanmar issued an arrest warrant for the notorious firebrand Buddhist monk Ashin Wirathu, known as the “Buddist Bin Laden”, over alleged insulting remarks about the government of leader Aung San Suu Kyi.
It all comes down to a new, official policy that asks tourists and residents to refrain from eating while walking around the city, in effect since April 1.
Two Reuters reporters who were jailed in Myanmar on convictions of breaking the Official Secrets Act were freed Tuesday after spending more than 500 days behind bars, according to witnesses.
Sri Lankan’s defense minister on Tuesday said a ‘preliminary investigation’ indicated that the Easter Sunday church bombings by the radical Islamist group were retaliation for the New Zealand mosque attacks last month.