Journalist Michael Hastings died Tuesday morning at 33. People who know him and his work react to the loss.
The journalist died Tuesday at 33. He was loved and respected by his colleagues at BuzzFeed.
Residents of Long Island are angry with Bravo and calling for a boycott for the way the new reality show portrays Long Island.
Apparently, the waiter serving Joe Gibson at a St. Louis sports bar was not the biggest fan of his kids.
An all-too-familiar image of police pepper spraying a woman during demonstrations in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil on Monday.
The gas-line incident comes less than a week after a chemical plant explosion in Louisiana killed two and injured 77. Check back for updates.
Update: As many as 200,000 on Monday took to the streets in some of Brazil’s biggest cities to protest police and government corruption, poor public services, and the high cost associated with hosting the 2014 World Cup.
Robert Kraft is probably scared of the Russian president. He should be.
A group of activists decided to show Victoria’s Secret shoppers that they didn’t need Photoshop to feel good about their bodies.
“That hurt, man,” the crack scandal-embroiled mayor said. The 27-year-old juice-thrower faces assault charges.
Over the weekend, riot police detained hundreds of protesters in Turkey. Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan held rallies in Ankara and Istanbul, telling supporters on Sunday that those behind the protests will pay a heavy price.
A man was shot in the back of the head at St. James Catholic Church during 11:30 a.m. Mass. Update: The suspect has been taken into custody.
UPDATE: TMZ confirms that Kim Kardashian has given birth to a daughter, her first child with Kanye West.The Daily Mail and OK! Magazine reported earlier that the reality star was in labor at Cedars-Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles.
For the six months ending Dec. 31, 2012, the total number of user-data requests Facebook received from any and all government entities in the U.S. was between 9,000 and 10,000, the company said in a statement late Friday by General Counsel Ted Ullyot.
“Superman is American,” the creators say. “Like Superman we are the American way.”
And it’s causing a pretty big headache for whoever is running Kmart’s Twitter account.
It has been six months since 20 children and six adults were killed by Adam Lanza at Sandy Hook Elementary. Since then, the people of Newtown, Conn., have inspired the rest of the country with their generosity and resilience. Here’s one example.
He’s 94 and the U.S. is probably going to deport him to be prosecuted for his crimes in Germany or Poland.
The former Arizona congresswoman, who was shot in the head in 2011, co-authored an op-ed Friday, remembering the victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary shootings and urging changes to gun laws.
See the order issued Monday, urging airlines to bar the source of the NSA leaks from flights to Britain.
Lt. Gen. David Morrison released a message regarding an investigation into emails with inappropriate content that were uncovered. Do not mess with this man.
As many as 100 people fell into the water following the collapse of a wooden deck at Shuckers Bar & Grill leaving at least 33 injured, 24 taken to local hospitals with 2 in critical condition, according to local media.
It’s like winning the lottery the day after the world explodes.
The Assad regime used chemical weapons to kill more than 100 rebels.
Sebastien de la Cruz, who classily stood up to Twitter critics, will sing Thursday before Game 4 of the NBA finals. Is he the Spurs new good luck charm?
The “brazen,” “illegal alien” variety, he tweeted.
Companies were patenting certain gene mutations. They lost in the Supreme Court Thursday. Here’s everything you need to know.