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A racist music video released by US rapper Lil Pump on social media has infuriated Chinese musicians over lyrics and gestures perceived as anti-Chinese.
In South Korea, teenage gangs aren't necessarily a threat. Increasingly, it's the elderly you need to watch out for.
New Zealand may become the first Asia-Pacific country -- and only the third worldwide -- to legalize marijuana.
Tinder this week fired multiple employees who were part of a $2 billion lawsuit against the dating app's parent companies, Match Group and IAC/InterActiveCorp. Among the fired employees was Rosette Pambakian, who was Tinder's vice president of marketing and communications.
One of the deadliest Ebola outbreaks in history continues to worsen in the Democratic Republic of Congo with as many as 319 people now dead.
Revenge is sweet. But Mark Rober's glitter bomb trap for package thieves proves it can be a bit messy, too.
Before handing down his sentence, a Texas judge scolded a young mother whose two daughters died after she intentionally left them in a car overnight.
Two Reuters journalists disappeared while investigating a massacre of Rohingya in Myanmar. CNN's Matt Rivers retells the dramatic story of Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo.
Actress Penny Marshall, who found fame in TV's "Laverne & Shirley" before going on to direct such beloved films as "Big" and "A League of Their Own," has died. She was 75.
The Donald J. Trump Foundation has agreed to dissolve under judicial supervision amid an ongoing lawsuit concerning its finances, according to a document filed Tuesday in Manhattan Supreme Court by the New York state Attorney General's office.
Saturn's rings make it one of the most striking planets in the solar system, but scientists believe they could disappear in less than a 100 million years -- which isn't all that long when you consider that the gas giant itself is more than 4 billion years old.
A system intended to reduce plastic pollution in the Pacific Ocean is not yet producing results after a couple of months at sea.
Few people on Wall Street remember the last time the stock market had this tough of a December. That's because the Dow and S&P 500 are currently on track for their biggest December loss since the Great Depression.
White House press secretary Sarah Sanders suggested Tuesday that the White House has found an alternative way to get its requested $5 billion in funding for a US-Mexico border wall, marking a reversal from President Donald Trump's previous position.
The Nigerian government accused human rights group Amnesty International of "damaging the morale" of its soldiers fighting terrorism, as part of an ongoing row with foreign nongovernmental organizations.
Rocking out at a concert, Kari Carberry didn't miss a beat as she signed the lyrics of the song for her deaf dad in Canada.
A retired Wisconsin police officer involved in the investigation of the murder at the center of the popular Netflix documentary series "Making a Murderer" is suing its creators and the streaming service.
The US State Department granted a Yemeni mother, whose 2-year-old son is on life support in an Oakland hospital, a waiver Tuesday to travel to the United States, according to officials with the Council on American-Islamic Relations.
Rising rates of loneliness may not be news, but the three periods when it peaks may come as a surprise: More people reported feeling moderate to severe loneliness during their late 20s, their mid-50s and their late 80s than in other life periods, according to research published Tuesday in the journal International Psychogeriatrics.
A surprise discovery in your food is rarely good news, but for one man in New York it turned out to be a real stroke of luck.
A Russian cargo ship with 18 crew on board has run aground off the southern coast of England, the British Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) said Tuesday morning.
In taking the decision to sack coach Jose Mourinho on Tuesday, Manchester United are making a desperate attempt to halt five years of decline.
Facebook has restored the account of Yair Netanyahu, the eldest son of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, after it was temporarily suspended for "hate speech" over a series of posts targeting Muslims and Palestinians.
The auto industry is pushing back on new EU targets that would slash carbon emissions produced by cars and vans.
Britain's defense secretary announced that 3,500 troops will be on standby for a possible no-deal Brexit, as lawmakers said Tuesday that they have ramped up preparations for leaving the European Union without an agreement.
Carlton wants his dance back.
A Brooklyn woman whose profanity-laced tirade on the New York subway was captured on video has been charged with a felony after she struck a fellow passenger.
If roaming around au natural is your thing and your birthday suit has deep pockets, you can now buy your own 14-acre nudist retreat.
Photography has often been a male-dominated profession, with many female photographers not given due credit for their work. However, there are a number of female digital photographers whose work range from photojournalism to personal portraits and points in between who continually do amazing work, shining a light on their culture as they see it. This gallery showcases the wide range of talent among these professionals. A number of them were recognized by the UK's Royal Photographic Society as part of its Hundred Heroines, an open call for nominations to find and honor 100 outstanding contemporary women photographers around the world. These women use the internet and social media, particularly Instagram to portray an Africa that is diverse, bright and full of energy.
From the far-right to the left, opposition parties across Hungary's political spectrum have been showing unity against what they consider the increasingly authoritarian rule of Prime Minister Viktor Orban and his ruling Fidesz Party.
More journalists were killed, abused and subjected to violence in 2018 than in any other year on record, with those in the profession facing an "unprecedented level of hostility," a new report has found.
A couple who named their baby after Adolf Hitler and were members of a banned neo-Nazi group in Britain have been jailed for more than 10 years combined.
MIT researchers announced they have invented a way to shrink objects to nanoscale -- smaller than what you can see with a microscope -- using a laser.
Late-night hosts poked fun at the increasing amount of legal troubles facing President Donald Trump and his administration.
Japan is poised to put its first aircraft carriers to sea since World War II, refitting its Izumo-class warships to carry US-designed F-35B fighter jets, the government announced Tuesday.
Twenty-eight-year old designer Richard Quinn can pretty much take his pick of career-defining moments.
Under the lights of a quickly-emptying Stade de France, Fiji's rugby players came together for a huddle, a hymn, and a thanks to God.
Huawei is firing back against the US-led campaign to push it out of major markets, insisting it's still on track to lead the world in the introduction of 5G technology.
He had an excellent career but Julien Benneteau retired this year having lost a record 10 tennis finals. Still there is, according to the Frenchman, no 'emptiness.'