Militants struck more than a dozen targets simultaneously on Thursday. The attacks came as protesters continued to commemorate four years since the ouster of former president Hosni Mubarak.
Only one senator asked by BuzzFeed News — Sen. Ben Cardin — said he'd definitely go.
A group of drivers have filed suits in San Francisco federal court against Lyft and Uber. The drivers contend that they are misclassified as independent contractors and should be treated and classified as employees of the companies.
A 19-year-old forced his way into the studio with what later turned out to be a fake gun and demanded airtime to make a statement. His arrest was caught on camera.
Jordan said it is still holding a would-be Iraqi suicide bomber prisoner after a deadline set by ISIS to exchange her for a Jordanian pilot militants captured in December. The fate of Japanese journalist Kenji Goto is unclear.
Robert Ladd was executed for the 1996 murder of a woman after the Supreme Court refused to intervene. His lawyers said he was ineligible for the death penalty because of his intellectual disability.
His former crew put him in prison. Prosecutors and detectives made sure he stayed there.
The family of 28-year-old Akai Gurley filed the claim — often a precursor to a lawsuit — against New York City on Thursday. Police have called the shooting, which occurred at a housing project, an accident.
The former New England Patriots star is standing trial for the 2013 murder of Odin Lloyd. He has pleaded not guilty.
The "fine casual" burger chain will hold its initial public offering Friday, with the buzz swelling to the point of cultish fanfare. But how much will Shake Shack have to grow to live up to the hype?
After a 2-year-old boy was left maimed from a flash-bang grenade, a Georgia senator is hoping to pass new legislation that makes it harder for police to execute dangerous surprise raids in the state.
After hitting the piece of guardrail, the bus flew off an embankment and crashed into a train, killing eight inmates and two correctional officers, federal investigators said.
The video quickly went viral on campus and the teen was cited for public indecency, police told BuzzFeed News.
One Bryn Mawr student said the email telling her to join a fitness program "horrified" her.
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The massive retailer also revealed that it spent over $1 billion on its streaming video service in 2014.
Police Commissioner Bill Bratton said Thursday that the new program is a response to the recent protests and the events in Paris. The program will allow patrol cops to spend more time building ties to the community.
The contractors were killed in the Afghan capital Kabul in what one official described as an insider attack, Reuters reported.
"You have to be a mouth breathing psycho to make that graphic," wrote Eddie Huang, on whose memoir Fresh Off the Boat is based.
The image-hosting site announces Video to GIF, a tool that will put the loops absolutely everywhere.
The chain is eliminating the role of "creative director" for the Gap brand. Incoming CEO Art Peck is coming in with a bang, after critics described Gap's lineup as "dull and uninspiring."
A Muslim group was invited to the Texas Capitol on Thursday to speak with lawmakers in an event to encourage political activism.The event was marred by protests.
"He elected supposedly David Duke without the baggage but he is not David Duke, he's certainly—he's basically, condemning the people of his district who voted overwhelmingly for me to be their US senator and voted to be their governor."
Responding to allegations by PETA and four members of Congress, the director of the National Institutes of Health defended the scientific importance of a federal lab's research on baby monkeys. He also said the lab will stop using a few invasive procedures.
Meet Leland Melvin, your new favorite spaceman.
He says the goal is to enable people to visualize pay inequality.
The Syrian border town was liberated this week after months of battles between ISIS fighters and Kurdish militias.These photographs show the damage that fighting has wrought in the town.
As long as you're in New York, that is. A look at the newly unveiled Place Tips.
Here's the heartwarming tale of Nacho Vidal. Can't wait for Hollywood to remake this. Deeply NSFW.
Marc Lore, who sold his company to Amazon for $500 million, is willing to make one big promise about his new site: You won't find a lower price anywhere.
The answer to every question about the Afghan National Army is now "¯\_(ツ)_/¯"
Things are getting heated. UPDATE: This post has been updated with Gowdy's response letter.
Twenty-six-year-old Ashley Kaltwasser is the reigning world champion of a polarizing new bodybuilding competition that raises questions about attainable female body image while cultivating a massive following on social media. But the LeBron James of #BikiniCompetitor culture doesn't have the answers — she's busy trying to make history.
Unicef launched its largest ever appeal on Thursday, calling for $3.1 billion to fund its projects in 2015 and singling out Syria as the conflict zone where the most work is needed.
Much-discussed documents in Jeffrey Epstein affair don’t live up to the hype.
The company is both the largest publicly traded business in the world and growing like a startup. The result is quarterly earnings numbers that boggle the mind.
The on- and offline search for the prime suspect in last month's celebrity nude-photo hacking scandal.