Omg let’s go before McDonald’s gets there.
BuzzFeed has received a warning over a post on this week’s attack in the capital of Chechnya.
Putin smiled up a storm at the APEC summit in Beijing.
The same day that Russia launches the new website and radio service, CNN gets taken off the air, a top newspaper editor is forced to step down, and a leading magazine gets a note of warning.
The views. The countryside. THE FOOD.
The company said the iPhone was now “gay propaganda.”
In the video, Alan Henning is shown saying he is being killed because of the British government’s decision to attack ISIS. An American captive was also threatened.
No one — NO ONE — can handle being compared to King B.
Journalist John Cantlie appears saying he will “expose the truth about the Islamic State” in new footage. Developing…
The foreign ministry condemns a French court’s decision to release nine activists from the protest group Femen for a topless protest inside Notre Dame.
Estonian police say the officer was abducted from Estonia; Russia’s security agency says he was operating on Russian territory.
Wreaking havoc in Ukraine is just the beginning.
Confusion continues to reign in East Ukraine.
The airdrop included food and water for stranded Yazidis in northern Iraq. It comes a day after Obama announced his intent to help Iraqis targeted by militants, and his authorization of air strikes.
The Times of Israel has now discontinued the writer’s blog.
The CIA admitted Thursday it hacked computers used by a Senate committee investigating the CIA.